Mary Beth and I ended up watching The Seasons in Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger yesterday afternoon (which is good 'cuz I know very little about John Berger, outside of what I've been told by Mary Beth). Later we went to this Brand New Congress meeting. It was okay. I learned a little more about their details. This guy was there to talk about lead poisoning and the conditions of water pipes and older painted structures in Memphis with MLGW as well as the whole country. It was some good information, though he did talk a long time. I saw some of the people from the white privilege workshop. One of 'em was wearing a Whitehaven hoodie. I knew she teaches, but I didn't know it was there. She teaches at a bunch of different schools as a clue teacher and Whitehaven's one, so we talked about that. Woke up this morning and there was...SNOW! I got ready and all but the roads looked bad so I (as well as most other people) decided to wfh (work from home). It was pretty productive. I got stuff done. In the afternoon there was a phone meeting about the preferences api and it got damn hell dramatic! That might be a bit strong, but it was relatively crazy with something of a three-way fight (more or less). Two architects going at it and then one of the architects going at it with the product owner. More or less. Anyway, whew! Now I'm home even though I never left home! Pretty good day, yo.