Taking Max into Portland, I detrained at Pioneer Square and picked up my morning coffee. Walking to work, I saw another Max coming in the other direction.
I stopped at my old photo spot on the drive to the Max station this morning. It’s just a stone’s throw from the Hillsboro Fairgrounds Max station. As I got back in the car, I saw the Eastbound Max pulling away, giving me some time to take some more pictures at the station.
Thanks to the internet, everything's going on my permanent record.
— Brent Logan (@blogan) October 10, 2018
Update. I added the following as a comment, but am pulling it up for those that might not see it otherwise:
Want to freak yourself out? I'm gonna show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it
— Dylan Curran (@iamdylancurran) March 24, 2018
If you want to vote, you need to be registered. If you’re not and you live in Oregon, you have a little time left. And I stress, little. Don’t wait for tomorrow. Don’t wait for the deadline. Register online right now.
If you’re not in Oregon, you might still have time to register. Check your registration, register, and vote.
Be a voter!
Why It’s More Important Than Ever to Ignore the News. John Zeratsky of Time Dorks makes the case for minimizing the time spent reading the news, yet remaining informed and increasing the time available to actually do something about the news. Interestingly, John doesn’t mention the mental health aspects of limiting news consumption.
Parking in the garage, Suzi and I took the stairs down and headed opposite directions, though both to work. She crossed the road and I walked to Max. I arrived at an empty station and pulled out my camera.
A few months ago, in the midst of a smokey week, I took a picture from the same stop.