Living abroad complaining
My biggest complaint about living in Peru is that it is a cash based society.
The ATM only gives 50 and 100 sol bills. But almost nobody you deal with on a daily basis has change for those large bills. This means you constantly have to buy some small thing at the larger grocery store (which hopefully has change) just to operate elsewhere.
I much prefer the credit card based system in the US for ease of use.
People would still be welcome to peer review. They can leave a comment or use Hypothesis.
I think a blog could handle most things. A preprint server for when I need to collect things in one place and timestamp them (like an article).
@vickysteeves thanks! That part has been going surprisingly well. In pretty good shape the very next day.
Perú sabbatical, earthquake
Will this earthquake certainly isn't going to reassure my family as we prepare for my sabbatical in Perú. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/05/magnitude-8-earthquake-hits-amazon-jungle-peru-190526101100170.html
@vickysteeves I've already seen too many spoilers. I've just hoping that by the time I finally get around to watching, I'll have forgotten...
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