After having a one-year-old in the house for a few days, I can safely say that if you want to test an electronic device, just hand it to the kid. They will press buttons in sequences the designers never considered. In about one minute Jesse unlocked my phone, started up the camera and the flashlight and was well on his way to deleting data. If I had known this while I was working, I could have saved a lot of money on software test services.
Yesterday we visited the San Diego Zoo for the first time in a couple of years, and they’ve definitely used the COVID break wisely. New paths, new exhibits – they’ve upped their game and it was already world-class. We visited on a cool morning and the animals were out and active. Great day with some great pictures, a few included here. Have a hippo.
People watching at the zoo was also…interesting. It’s amazing what folks consider appropriate clothing for a day at the zoo. I saw several couples that were pretty obviously walking reality shows – psychedelic clothes and hats, micro dogs on bejeweled leashes, inappropriate tattoos, oddball shapes and sizes – there are definitely some stories there. I guess I’ve lived a sheltered life.