This one will be short, I’ll share some more thoughts in another blogpost regarding doing these summaries for the year!
The Breakers: A podcast about a guy trying to survive the apocalypse, caused by a virus that eats you from the inside, and his awesome dog! Not your typical zombie story.
372 Pages We’ll Never Get Back, already talked about it.
Trash Taste. I just can not get enough of these guys.
Other podcast I have mentioned before…
Movies and Series
Avatar: The Way Of Water: Its quite a visual spectacle, I liked it quite a bit, feels more like a setup than a fully fledged movie, I think its worth watching though, the world in it feels truly alive and well thought-out.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio: A masterclass of animation and a wonderful re-imagination beyond the classical Disney version, and the original story. I loved it so much.
Start-Up: This is a korean series, quite a good one too. Its about many people who are trying to start a new business and such, it has a lot of drama, love triangle and such, as it usually goes with these kinda shows. I watch it with my family, so it is what it is.
Denouement by HexDSL: Quite an interesting universe created by one of my favorite content creators. Its a pretty cool sci-fi story with quite a bit of originality, the second book is out so I’ll try and check it out too.
Neuromancer by William Gibson: I did not finish, I started but I have to admit the writing style and language used is quite hard to understand for me, I will probably give up and check if the Spanish translation is better, at least for me to not struggle with the new words and such.
1984 by George Orwell: I switched to this one, and its quite a great read! I am still not done but it will be my first book of the year.
Mob Psycho 100 III: A masterpiece, a must watch, my favorite anime of the year, probably? At least from the ones I finished…
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood: This is what most people consider to be the best of all time, and boy is it actually great, I am still not done, I am a third of the way so far, and the only reason I did not finish it yet is because I have been spending a lot of time with family and friends because of holidays. Watched 29 episodes.
Tomie: This is a horror manga, the first of its kind I have read, done by Junji Ito. Its quite horrifying but I just kept going with it until the end, I don’t feel great about it but I probably will check other works of this author, 20 chapter were read.
Kingdom: Still my favorite probably. I am 743 chapters in and this thing still has a long way to go! I had taken a bit of a break and waited for some chapters to pile up until last month. Highly recommended.
Heavenly Delusion: This is a new one, it is quite a weird one too, its about some post-apocalyptic world and some kids trying to get to “Heaven”, but things are quite not right with what we know so far. I read up to chapter 7.
I have been keeping up with Komi-san. I read up to chapter 384.
I switched to Void Linux this month, and I did not install ActivityWatch for a while due to laziness. The browser extension for ActivityWatch also got broken, so I am unable to specify which websites I visited the most. I will admit quite a few hours of them were on Anime sites. Here is what I got so far.
I used my phone for 207 hours in total.
Newpipe for 60 hours.
Tusky for 25 hours.
WhatsApp for 14 hours.
Reading Apps (Moon Reader and Librera Pro) for 15 hours.
Tachiyomi for 9 hours.
Infinity for Reddit for 12 hours.
Aniyomi for 11 hours.
Firefox for 8 hours.
My computer was on for 144 hours.
Firefox for 100 hours.
Alacritty terminal for 22 hours.
Inkscape for 2 hours.
I would love to do a better summary for the whole of 2022, so I’ll work on that for tomorrow if possible. Have a Happy New Year people!
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