Top-ups on Tuesday.

 No, I have no idea what that post title means.
I was just looking for some Tuesday alliterations.


Do you know the cellist Zoe Keating? I first heard her music on RadioLab several-many years ago. She makes amazing songs with one cello and a laptop and electronics. I lost a lot of my music when I had to send my laptop to Apple after I spilled water on it, but Zoe is still there. Her music is often the soundtrack of my desk time.

My coronavirus spreadsheet shows that in the US, the growth in number of cases has been in the 1% to 3% range with only four exceptions since April 17. (The exceptions are days when the growth was 4% or 5%.) Of course, this nationwide average is largely meaningless because it averages hot spots like Gainesville, GA and Moore County, TX with places like Hubbard County, MN and Langlade County, WI that have zero cases. Make of that what you will.

We are bingeing on Outlander on Netflix. 68 episodes! At 2-3 episodes/day, that will keep us entertained for…

::counts on fingers::

…a l-o-n-g time. (We do not have cable, so Netflix and Amazon Prime are our jam.)

Jim Brandenburg nature videos with natural soundtracks. Or not.

The credibility bookcase.

Two voice boxes.

Women-led nations are doing better during the pandemic.

Laundry basket roller coaster.

Non-pandemic creepy: museums. The Bloggess.





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7 Responses to Top-ups on Tuesday.

  1. Kathleen Walsh says:

    I signed up for Acorn; it is Australian and New Zealand series. I loved watching Bed of Roses on it.

  2. Ellen D. says:

    I have binge-watched so many series on Netflix – lots of great shows to watch that I don’t watch cable too much at all (just RuPaul’s Drag Race on Friday nights and the BBC shows on PBS).
    So much beauty in your links today – love that cello music and that owl looking me right in the eye on that nature video link. Awesome! Thanks again!

  3. gayle says:

    I’m Netflix and Prime, too. So much to watch!
    I love that laundry basket roller coaster! (It’s probably the only kind I would dare ride!)

  4. Whew… that comic was a rollercoaster of emotions. I hadn’t heard about the discharge songs before, though. That’s really cool.

  5. notewords says:

    Great post! Sometimes we forget people are recovering from this.

  6. notewords says:

    Can’t find a reblog button, or I would have reblogged this. I do know some people don’t like to be reblogged.

  7. Sasha B says:

    This iis a great post

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