November 2019 Favorites

If you’ve seen the present, you’ve seen all things, from time immemorial into all of eternity. For everything that happens is related and the same.

Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 6.37


TV Shows

  • South Park, 23– Another funny season of this political incorrect TV show. These times covering stories like immigration, China, the anti-vaccination movement, or plant-based diets.
  • Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, 2 P – Good season with a lot of action.
  • The Terror, 2 P – I started watching the seconds season of The Terror. This time a group of Japanese prisoners in a US internment camp gets haunted during WWII by a yūrei.
  • Fleabag 1 2 P – This British TV show is very funny. I enjoyed every minute of both (too short) seasons. Hopefully soon more of this.
  • The Expanse, 2 3 P – I timed watching these two seasons exactly to be finished when the 4th season starts on December, 13th.
  • Mr. Robot, 4 P – This season has some really fantastic episodes. Two have a nearly perfect 10.0 score right now. I liked episode 405 in particular because it is filmed without any talking.
  • The End of the Fxxxing World, 2 N – The second season of this British TV show is very funny and filled with black humour.
  • Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories, 2 N – I already loved the first season of this Japanese TV show, which takes place in a Tokyo diner that opens between midnight to 7 am. It’s a TV show with short stories, interesting dialogs, and food.


  • Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby N – The Netflix comedy special of Seth Meyers.
  • Klaus N – One of the best Christmas movies I’ve seen so far. The story, ideas, animation, and artwork are amazing!

Music & Podcast

  • DUST: Horizons – An anthology of immersive science fiction audio stories ranging from classic tales by pioneers of the genre to thought-provoking stories from the emerging voices of today.



Stuff & Things

  • Duolingo Stories – A cool, new way to learn a language by following a spoken and written dialog. Available for now for Spanish, Portuguese, French, and German.
  • Espanso – Cross-platform Text Expander written in Rust.
  • TinaCMS – A new Open-Source project for getting real-time editing into a static site. The video presentation convinced me: I’ll use this for my upcoming Gatsby website.
  • The Size of Space – A website comparing the size of objects in space.
  • Breitbandmessung Funkloch Karte – A website showing the “quality” of German mobile networks across Germany.
  • base16 – An Open-Source project providing the architecture for building carefully chosen syntax highlighting using a base of sixteen colors. Available for nearly every terminal, editor, or tool you can think of.
  • unegunn/fzf – A command-line fuzzy finder that is so impressive you won’t believe it. Provides also a Vim plugin.