Recomendo - issue #350
Thanks for pointing to the Universe Splitter. It appears from the (real) website that it’s also available in Google Play. Wouldn’t want those in the other branch of the iOS-vs.-Android decision to be stranded in a sterile, no-app(le) universe. Assuming of course that *my* decision to post this comment overlaps theirs… and on and on and on. Or maybe Substack is a wormhole??!!!! If you’re on the Android side, please reply and let us know.
Going in hard this week huh? feels like the super deluxe with extra large milkshake today. So many things on the newsletter this week 😍. The crystalized lemon is something im going to have to try. It would make for some really cool closet food nerd science experiments as well as something nice to travel with. thanks
Lemon water is delicious and the acid will affect your teeth. My husband has a real tooth problem with weakness and intense discoloration from drinking it for years. Use a straw when you drink it.
The lemon packs are something I would try if I can remember them tomorrow. (There is already many apps to help me). Alternative histories make me sad. Reality is bad enough. Reading what could have been great, but isn't is just denial. Ask the Perdue basketball team.
I love the tool evaluator. In fact, there are quite a few different sources on YouTube for fantastic objective evaluations of handtools and power tools. Here’s a question. Why are there no objective evaluations on YouTube of household appliances? Almost every so-called evaluation of home appliances is either really an advertisement or purely qualitative. I would just love a test of refrigerators and ovens that tests their actual temperature versus their set temperature.
Reading up on the books on the Wiki list of Sideways winners has been my time killer this morning. I now want to write a novel about a world where alternate history novels are banned.