Chalk this retrospective learning up to "I sort of kind of knew this might be the case, but wanted to try something different anyway." When I started planning the approach for my 26 Sprints in 2023, I wanted to focus on a theme per sprint. That immediately became
Sprint 2: Maybe Sprint Themes are Perpendicular
Monday, January 16 - Sunday, January 29, 2023: (This Sprint had a theme about the "visual display of non-quantitative information", but the biggest learning from this sprint was I just need to go with the flow, and find where themes might be "perpendicular" to Sprints.) ~~As a person who is a visual thinker, I want an overview of tools and methods for organizing information such as written notes and images in ways that can help me make sense of it.~~
Google Maps shows this property today as "Dock Street - Capital Region Land Conservancy" and the dock appears to be well-maintained twenty years later in 2023 still.
A friend who does not approve of Boston Dynamics' robots recently posted a video (at the bottom of this post too) of their bipedal robot Atlas working at a "construction site," to a Facebook group we're in. Partly to troll him, but also because I
Richmond, VA was blanketed by snow in January 2003. Here are some pictures I took while walking around the Dock Street / Tobacco Row area on a sunny day, January 17, 2003 (20 years ago today).