Interesting fact: Newark Liberty International Airport is EWR because in the U.S., “N” can only be used by the Navy.

 Why the 'O' in San Francisco's Airport Code, SFO?

 Jun 27, 2017 20:27
Experimenting with depth of field blur in Affinity Photo for iPad

I’ve been using Day One since February 17, 2014, and I have 5,916 entries (although the majority of those are automated entries) in four journals. I’ve recorded everything from my daily routine to job changes to vacations in it.

When I read about the new premium service, I subscribed right away. It’s a valuable service that I use every day, and I want to see it continue for many years into the future, so it’s definitely worth the cost to me. It’s also a rock-solid, dead-simple way to keep a journal, and I strongly recommend it if you’re looking for such an app. The premium service is $49.99/year, but right now it’s discounted to $34.99 for new subscribers and $24.99 for current users of Day One 2.0.

I took this video on May 25, 2017 while taking off from Norfolk International Airport (ORF). This one is a little longer than the other two takeoff videos I’ve posted, but there’s a good view across the water toward the end of the video. (The clouds and sky are nice, too.)

I added a JSON feed to my site. If you have a Jekyll blog, it’s as easy as adding this template from Alexandre Vallières-Lagacé to the root directory of your Jekyll blog and adding one line to the file where your blog’s <head> is defined.

I made one change to the title attribute to accommodate my note posts (which don’t have titles):

"title": {% if post.layout != "note" %}{{ post.title | jsonify }}{% else %}""{% endif %}

Here’s my JSON feed; this is what it looks like in Maxime Vaillancourt’s JSON Feed Viewer.