Announcement: Pardon the Interruption
Greetings citizens of the Internet, just a little announcement today. There won't be a new blog post today nor for the next few days or so as I deal with a few personal issues.
Don't worry, nobody died or got seriously sick or anything. It's simply that I'm not mentally focused enough to be able to write regular content per usual and I thought it would be polite to let you all know instead of wondering what's going on.
Regular posts will resume hopefully in the next week or two.
See you, Space Cowboy.
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