The nation I live in has decided to impose sanctions on itself. The government has yet to figure out the exact details. It won’t be good.

Today marks the day that the ironically-named Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland officially leaves the European Union. Nothing will change on a day to day basis (until the end of this year, when the shit really hits the fan).

Looking back on 2019, I had the pleasure and privelige of places that will remain in the European Union. Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Utrecht, Miltown Malbay, Kinsale, Madrid, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Antwerp, Berlin, Vienna, Cobh.

Maybe I should do a farewell tour in 2020.

Grüße aus Hamburg!

Auf Wiedersehen, Düsseldorf!

Going for a stroll in Utrecht at dusk.

The road to Miltown.

Checked in at Kinsale Harbour. with Jessica

Checked in at La Casa del Bacalao. Tapas! — with Jessica

Hello Amsterdam!

Indoor aviation.

Guten Tag, Frankfurt.

Catch you later, Antwerp.

The Ballardian exterior of Tempelhof.

Losing my religion.

Boats in Cobh.

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Previously on this day

1 year ago I wrote New Adventures 2019

Now that’s what I call a conference.

6 years ago I wrote The complexity of HTML

The simplicity of HTML.

6 years ago I wrote Communication for America

Transatlantic client calls.

7 years ago I wrote The main issue

An email to the HTML working group.

8 years ago I wrote Brighton Coffee

A map tale.

11 years ago I wrote Source

The importance of transparency.

17 years ago I wrote How the west was left

My time here in Arizona is coming to an end.

18 years ago I wrote I *heart* Jeffrey Zeldman

Wow! Jeffrey Zeldman likes my site:

18 years ago I wrote What Video Game Character Am I?

I am an Asteroid.