- Dropped off, picked up, dropped off.
- Worked a few hours for Client B.
- Worked for half an hour on Client A.
- Chatted with someone about whether or not it's a good idea to get into front-end web development and the extent to people with diverse skill sets are valued. Also learned a lot about how font development works. It's rough! On one hand, there are very few font developers. On the other, most font foundries don't make it. They tend to not really break even with the $40/month licenses but put them out to get their stuff a reputation. Then (this is generalizing), they hope a big corporation asks them for a custom version of their font.
- Made dinner.
- Got Jack playing audio from apps that do not specifically support Jack. I've wanted this to work for months. The practical effect is that I can now watch lecture videos and use Pure Data at the time, which is huge for being able to act on what I hear right away. All I had to do was follow this
, but it only had one upvote so I ignored it in the past. My friend Joseph said it worked for him, and that's the only sign I had that it was worth trying. Never trust the Internet!