@Miraz Thank you!
@Miraz Thank you!
@Alcedine Thank you! 😊 I hope you are having a good birthday 🎂
@macgenie Thanks! I loved the video 😍
@jeremycherfas I get what you mean, but in this case the word doesn’t have two opposite meanings in the same language (if we take US and UK English to be two separate languages 😉).
@jeremycherfas Yes - it’s a kind of liquid glue that prevents cut edges of fabric from fraying and is often used after making buttonholes. Interestingly I’ve noticed that US sewists use the term ‘ravel’ where we would say ‘unravel’ in the UK.
@hollyhoneychurch There’s a very bad phot on my timeline so you can see 😉. It alternated between curled up and stretched out. Looked very at home ❤️
@strandlines Lovely! My parents also have regular fox visitors, but it is a fairly recent thing for us here.
@hollyhoneychurch It must be fox day! We had one snoozing in our garden for most of the morning. Lovely to see. ❤️
@helgeg Sounds fantastic! I think the Oryx configuration is a real strength of all their boards. Have fun with it!
@jeremycherfas I’m taking my time because there’s a lot of pattern to match and I don’t have enough of the patterned fabric to cut all the pieces. Playing fabric Tetris right now...
@jemostrom 😂 It’s a battery killer for sure!
@Burk So cute! 😻
@jemostrom @pratik I find Skype causes my fans to ramp up after a couple of minutes till I could cook eggs on my laptop! 2 hours on a multi-person Zoom video call and the CPU was below 50% the whole time.
@Bruce Sorry, yes - one of the two CEOs 😸
@dgreene196 🤣 I know the feeling!
@jemostrom Just used Zoom myself for the first time today - it was much more stable than Skype.
@sarcassem I am resigned to my role as a cat climbing frame 😄
@hollyhoneychurch it’s when they try to climb your leg out of camera range that it gets a bit weird 🙃
@Bruce And kids, partners, doggos etc. It’s nice actually, if a bit distracting. It makes people seem more human when the professional facade slips a little bit.
@jemostrom That sounds good! Today we had our first lab meeting via WhatsApp with our PhD students chipping in from UK, Austria, Singapore and Gabon. It was fun and I think we all felt a bit less isolated.
@jemostrom We’re going through the same right now. I’m not actually teaching this year because I’ve been bought out by a fellowship, and I’m quite glad about that right now.
@alans It took me a while to get used to the pivot_ functions but I more gone them more intuitive than spread and gather. I use the heck put off the whole tidyverse. I recently came across janitor which works well with it.