Loving this Windows-MIDI-themed tribute album
At T22 at 2:02 on 2/2/2020 (@ Tumble 22 in Austin, TX) https://www.swarmapp.com/nertzy/checkin/5e372b06db6db8000812b5f1?s=NAW5Ni_6DrBeSNR6Ss6TduTnqko
My wife and I tried out climbing at Austin Bouldering Project last Friday. It was a blast! 🧗♂️
Had a great first day at my new job. Great view on this foggy 🌫 day from our corner office. Looking forward to kicking things off in Dallas tomorrow.
Grabbing some cookies from Tiny’s 🍪
Had a great time at the IndieWeb meetup tonight here in Austin. Met some new folks, and recognized a couple people from many years back.
One day I hope to have a car that is 100% electric. But who knows, maybe eventually I’ll even be able to be 100% off of the power grid.
Show me a case where a toll highway, tunnel, or bridge is converted to a free thoroughfare. It never happens.
Incidentally, toll hikes were never contemplated in the original plan to build the Holland Tunnel, as tolls were to be rescinded after the initial costs of building the tunnel were recouped. But by the time this recoupment was close, PANYNJ had taken over the tunnel, and needed further financing for the construction of all the other Hudson River Crossings named after engineers (Goethels, Outerbridge) or presidents (Lincoln, Washington). PANYNJ is entirely non-profit, as it runs according to an interstate compact negotiated between New York and New Jersey. For PANYNJ to raise capital, it issues bonds, approved by the two states, which are backed by PANYNJ’s toll and rental income. Long story short, when PANYNJ needs financing, they raise tolls.