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Sean Oakley

The Identity Crisis

You may have heard (it was second page news after all) that Google is planning on eliminating 3rd party cookies in Chrome over the next two years. No more 3rd party tracking. Instead measurement will be dependent on Google’s Privacy…

Some Travel Photos

With all the extra time on my hands lately, I’ve gotten around to a few things I’ve been meaning to do. A big one was consolidating and organizing all the photos I’ve taken over the past decade in all the…

Lessons from a Covid Love

In the early days, while the mid-March shadows began their determinedly slow strangle across this city, I matched on Bumble with a famous face. A face I’d seen countless times on TV, a face that I’d listened to and daydreamed…

Day 51

I went back to Maryland for the weekend, to see my family. It was a short escape, but the first I’ve had since this all began. It was freeing, and disheartening. In my imagination I pictured this vast open world…

Day 47

Forty-seven days. Gizmo and I alone, trying to fill the emptiness of these days blending into days with constructive endeavors. There’s spurts of rallied production and droughts of motivation. But at least I always make my bed, every morning, to…

Day 41 – What We Couldn’t See

It was glaring. The real story of all this is how did we miss it?  The latest Trump “atrocity” in early March was lack of testing. To this day the media blames coronavirus, in totality, on Trump’s lack of tests.…

Day 30

It was Easter today. It took me about an hour to realize this morning, but then I stumbled into my social feeds. I called my family, wished them a happy Easter, and did the daily “what’s new” check-up. Nothing’s new.…

Day 26

On day 26 I spent my night playing with my hue lights, setting up different scenes and fiddling with different color schemes. Why? It was the most exciting thing I had to do in the middle of this ongoing quarantine. …

Day 25

I awoke to the conflicting news of a new daily death record, but indications that the hospitalization and infection rates looked like they were stalling. Some are claiming we’ve already passed the peak here, I hope that’s true. I don’t…

Day 23

The bike. Last year, in an effort to make room in my closet, I’d debated selling it, or even just giving it away. Instead, I bought an outdoor cover and stored in out back. Damn I’m glad I did. It’s…