Easter Sunday's satellite shot was gorgeous. Can you see me sailing in the Dunedin Harbour? 🤣

Nice 🌈 today. The pot of gold is apparently in South Dunedin at The Warehouse

Isn't working openly with change-tracking great! You really get a sense for what the author cares about.
Full change set here - en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?t
The start of Lee Vandervis's changeset on his own Wikipedia page (his changes on the left):

So freaking beautiful 😍

QT five15design: Oh my days!

View from my office right now, straight off waiting for clouds to clear

Nugget Point, Carlin’s \@PureNewZealand

RT polemic: Remember kids, the key to investing is diversification.

NFTs aren't trading so well anymore.

*sarcastic tone* Who could have predicted this? 🤷‍♂️

(source wsj)

Love looking at old maps. This one from the British Museum (via unspalash) showing indigenous tribes of North America

Way back in 1999, the late Donella Meadows wrote a wonderful essay "Leverage Points: Places to intervene in systesm". IMO this is a MUST READ for anyone who's tried to bring about change in complex systems or organizations. As a bit of a marketing tool for the paper and the 12 places mentioned in it, I've created a diagram of these 12 leverage points, 12 being the easiest to bring about, 1 (paradigms) being the most difficult to change. Essay: donellameadows.org/wp-content/

Cloud free composite made from all the April scenes. This is a bit of a quick and dirty compositing method, described in the "quantile method" within the Python code in this gist: gist.github.com/jduckles/19808

Hello there Aotearoa, looking gorgeous this past Saturday from high above.

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