Apparently on this day in history I checked my mailbox for the first time in several weeks and found this excellent Halloween pumpkin squirrel card. :)
I think I only have one of these cards left, and I’m not sure if I should give it to the niece who’s graduating in May or the niece who’s getting married in June.
I also ran across an old business card this morning. I didn’t remember that our address was, “1 NASA Drive”, that’s cool. The blurry stuff in the upper-left says, “Gencorp Aerojet”.
I don’t send cards at Christmas, but if I did, I might send this “Fox looking at Santa and the Moon” Christmas card that I saw in Santa Fe, New Mexico this week.
I like the “Google” app on Android — the thing you see if you swipe right on the Android home screen. But a weakness of it is that you can’t get back to a story easily. For instance, this morning I followed a Google Now card to see a story about Tom Ricketts and the Cubs, closed the story, then thought, “Wait, I meant to look at XYZ in that web page.” Once you close a story like this the Now card disappears, and you can’t get back to it easily (which is the weakness).
Solution 1: Going back to Google Now app stories on Android 7
I don’t know if this is the only way to do it, but as a solution, one way to get back to the story on Android 7 is to follow these steps:
I’m thinking about making this my new business card. It’s kind of weird when people want to talk business with you, and you don’t even know if you’re going to be able to stay conscious all day.
This card is inspired by a woman I met when I was on the road earlier this year.