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A new year’s stake in IoTpigeons.eco on Blogger, hopefully for some grounding upon climate change grassroots efforts.

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  Starting a blogging effort, from certain sorts of social circumstances in life, as might be imagined, starts out as a slow and challenging uphill battle.  Establishing any relevance or purpose, to begin with, that’s worth trying to publish on, and popularize, of a sustainable and organic nature, in and of itself, is typically what many ideas and ideals, for that matter, are thought up, perhaps talked over, or discussed, amongst peers, or perhaps within a business or learning setting, - perhaps not, thought fddyp’k.. Sometimes ideas and ideals are treated as simply as fluff.  and man… you should have seen the bit of fluff I came across earlier. It was one of those pigeon-checkin’ needs-to of on pigeon check up on it - just for <_<… ? maybe… it’s not just some bullshit trash on the ground.    As it had turned out, however, it was just a piece of fluff. My imagination about it? I won’t trouble people about what I might have seen in it, initially, but it was just fluff, all in all

From Twitter: @nybooks - some timely reviews of algae-related literature, and some anecdotes on life, given algae.

A nice, moderately quick read about some algae anecdote and book reviews.

Yesterday, [November 19th, 2020 (at this time), was a luminescently austere time to start this blog and enterprise.

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I caught some intriguing photo-documentary moments with my iPad Pro. With the sun’s arc across the sky shifting significantly, given that this is the Pacific Daylight Savings Time corridor, of the Earth’s longitudes, the drama and mystique that accompanies the dark of night also plays in to more curious, rather than overbearingly direct and oppressive summertime sun and daylight angles. As that we are radiant beings, of some form and nature of which I’m not quite yet (at this point) simply eloquent and capable enough, in enumerating in factual words and dialect, I rely upon the yet more simple descriptive qualities of capably capturing the visual and experiential sensory artifact of replicating the novelty of some moments in photography, time-lapse, or video.  I stayed home, yesterday, even though I was capably able and [supposed to] head out and feed the pigeons in DTLA; about 70 or so blocks up the road in DTLA (downtown Los Angeles). There had been (are; still, perhaps) some large L