New Phone, 2 Weeks On

July 21st, 2017 02:21 pm
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Liking the new phone!

Good Stuff:
- Having a reliable GPS when playing Pokemon Go is a revelation! No more auto-wandering of the neighborhood while at home with my wifi off, though, shucks.
- I like some of the new little features in Nougat, including split-screen dual app use, and native call blocking (had it in my LG phone on Lollipop, didn't realize it wasn't a stock Android feature).
- The extra horsepower is a boon to Pokemon Go, along with everything else.
- The rounded edges and lack of magnetic charge port make it more comfortable to hold and easier to slip in/out of my pocket.
- I like not having glass on the back as well as the front (and it consequently doesn't try to slither off horizontal surfaces, either).
- I LOVE my new LoveHandle, which is firmly stuck to the back of my phone and lets me loop a finger through an elastic strap and keep the phone attached to my hand while I'm fumbling other stuff or just walking about and randomly klutzing. Should have gotten that years ago, though it wouldn't have helped in the ultimate demise of the previous phone (fell on it while it was in my pocket), and wouldn't have stuck to that glass back anyway. I still don't have a case, but I think the LoveHandle will preclude the need for one and I don't especially want one.
- Getting a new device inspired me to reevaluate and revamp my home screens' layouts for the better.
- I haven't yet had opportunity to take advantage of the additional LTE band (maybe this weekend?), but I'm sure that'll be primo.
- The built-in calculator knows order of operations now! But I still don't use it because I prefer/need a scientific calculator (I use the one in Android Army Knife, or a Graphing Calculator Pro app if I want something even more robust). EDIT: Oh hey, stock now has a little slide-out panel with some extra operations on it! Still pretty minimal, though.

The Less Good Stuff:
- The USB-C port means I'm having to get new adapters and cables, and those have some other minor issues, but it'll be fine.
- The wifi doesn't seem as capable all over my office buliding, but there could be a local router not working right.
- The lowest screen brightness is an irritating amount higher than the old phone, particularly in a dark room. (I'm also trying out the adaptive brightness again, but it's not reactive enough - too dim in bright sun, too bright in dim rooms.)
- The new version of the preloaded AccuWeather app sucks - it doesn't include the (omnipresent in Houston) heat index (except randomly sometimes), no longer shows me the expected weather for the current day/night in its widget view, and its background pictures aren't even useful for that either.
- They took away the jump-to-letter navigation in Contacts (though scrolling is better now) and the long-press save phone number option in Phone, both of which I used a lot.
- All the icons are a little bit smaller than they used to be. Somehow restoring my old profile made the folders go to a square shape instead of the default round shape, at least. No idea how to deliberately change that if I want to, but I'm sure the internet knows.

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July 21st, 2017 08:53 am
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Got sucked into social media but bicycle rides continue! I actually bought "real" bike shorts to wear. At the moment the bike rides are my weekend treat, but I realized that a block in the other direction has a nice long residential street I can ride on that doesn't get much traffic, so new route to try!

Am having quick trip to Boston in a couple of days with a friend, hoping it's not too hot. I've been there for conferences and remember having some good food, saw a little bit of Boston Common but that's about it. She's never been. We both love green spaces, so more of the Common, and maybe the aquarium? Not sure what else we shall do but it's a break so shall enjoy.

Work continues to be blech on the coworker front, but I will be teaching citizenship classes soon so that's exciting.

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July 20th, 2017 09:14 pm
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This is my family-free evening (little one's at her grandparents', Josh is at tai chi), so I ran personal errands.

- I signed up for a hula class at the NASA rec center for late Sept to late Oct; I've been wanting to learn hula for years, so am very excited.
- I discovered that a delightful local pizza by the slice place closed, which was disappointing because I really wanted a slice of their mac & cheese pizza for dinner. Instead I tried the 3rd of 3 new Subway-style pizza joints in the area. It was definitely the least interesting of the 3, so...the most like Subway, I guess. ;)
- Picked up some icing tips and gel colors for the Bulbasaur cake. Decided I'm going to try the frozen buttercream transfer; I'll have to practice next weekend. Whle also quilting. Or something.
- Went to Jo-Ann and got more materials and tools for my quilt. I found a fun mottled navy fabric with constellations printed all over for the backer, and a light blue with little white stars for the framing and binding. I liked another fabric print better, but it wasn't so thematically appropriate and the color didn't coordinate quite as well. I think I'm going to quilt with a dark teal color that coordinates well but stands out a little, after doing all the piecing with a purple that blends well with all the fabrics. They only had one spool of that color, though, so I might have to find more later. I did find a square ruler in the right size to help me easily trim down my wonky star blocks to a uniform size, yay, though pricey! I found a 1/4" presser foot for my machine to help me make my seams that little bit narrower they should have been, but then they wouldn't sell me the foot because it was from a sewing machine store within Jo-Ann or something, and the sub-store was closed? Super lame - don't display it if you won't sell it to me. Amazon will take my money at any hour, I'm quite sure.
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I feel like expectations of parents are becoming increasingly insane. I just read an article about 2 toddlers driving their Mom's car in an effort to get to their grandfather's house down the road. Supposedly the kids found the keys under the floor mat; I wouldn't personally put them there, but I also live in a large metropolis. Regardless of that, though, the kicker for me was that "the sheriff's office is working with the county prosecutor and Child Protective Services to determine if the mother should be charged with any crime."

It seems like it's getting to the point that one can't even let your kids play in the yard while you're inside doing some work or having a moment of peace or going to the bathroom, much less let them walk down the street to a friend's house, without being at risk of child endangerment or abandonment charges. When I was 5 I would walk alone the half mile to my friend's house (tiny town) to play with her. Mom knew where I was going and would have heard from the friend's mom if I didn't show up. Third (or 4th?) graders and up at Lillian's school are allowed to walk themselves to school, but if it's raining, parents are required to go pick them up. For _rain_. And even if you choose not to drive the average half mile between neighborhood homes and the school to pick them up on those rainy days, you still have to bring your car pickup pass as if you were driving. *eye roll* I was left alone sleeping in the car while Mom ran in to buy something (but with windows down, and it wasn't a billionty degrees), but that's a no-no now too. Bah. I have more feelings on this, but they're not yet coherent. It all just amps up the parenting anxiety.

Space Station Virtual Tour

July 20th, 2017 09:24 am
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Holy crap, this is SO COOL. Google did a Street View of the International Space Station. Check it out here: https://www.google.com/streetview/#international-space-station/cupola-observational-module

You can drag your mouse around to look around (and remember, there's stuff on the "ceilings" and "floors" too, because there's no true up and down in space!), and if you click on the little up-arrow at the bottom, you can move to different modules. In the Lab module, look for a fat orange hose along one corner (standoff), then look for a funny-shaped aluminum box sticking out over it (just left and down of where the view starts), and that's my payload (and the stuff it's attached to above and behind it)!

You can also look at this in Google Maps format: https://www.google.com/maps/@29.5602853,-95.0853914,3a,75y,214.46h,90t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1szChzPIAn4RIAAAQvxgbyEg!3e5!7i10000!8i5000 and the resolution seems a bit better. However, I had trouble getting it to move between modules.

Insectile Invaders

July 19th, 2017 06:21 pm
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Oh hey! I think I finally I identified our blue-black waspy friends, who are particularly abundant inside the house this year. They're blue mud wasps, or blue mud daubers. Not aggressive, which we inferred (particularly when one tried to fly into my ear the other day, then down my shirt in its disorientation and I was none the worse for the experience), and they eat black widow spiders (YAY).

http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20q?search=Chalybion+californicum
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_mud_dauber

Planning the Birthday Party

July 16th, 2017 05:25 pm
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She's still big on Pokemon, and loves Bulbasaur, so I'm looking at cake design ideas that aren't wildly over my very limited skill level. Here's some inspiration(s), along with the semi-profile and face-on reference pics above:

Bulbasaur mostly-round: http://www.imgrum.org/media/1424646589758230256_2006279
Homemade Pikachu (at my level of amateurness): http://www.andnextcomesl.com/2016/09/pikachu-cake-for-pokemon-birthday-party.html
Flat Bulbasaur that I can't find an actual source for
Minimalist Pikachu (could do similar for Bulbasaur): https://www.instagram.com/p/BH2tE7vj8UZ/embed/captioned/ (oh, and here's a tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LupCkIHwJvU)
A cool frozen buttercream applique thing I could try (though I don't have icing tools): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWVzZ529Onk
Cut-out Pikachu w/ buttercream star frosting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJHbgGCPXVw
This square Squirtle looks a lot like Bulbasaur: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B37ZnNCV_9k

I like buttercream better than fondant, but the fondant could look nicer and might hold together better for a Texas summer BBQ party that we have to drive an hour to get to. Hrm.

And related to none of this, I just think it's cool: galaxy mirror cake by a girl with a very odd affect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZhV63pkDBw

One of these days I should take a cake decorating class, 'cause I'm pretty bad at it.

Technical Hand-Waving

July 15th, 2017 06:05 pm
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Hm. I got the new screen installed on the old phone (well, it's at least taped onto the frame and electrically connected to the rest of the stuff which I stuck back into the slightly broken frame), and it's working now (huzzah!), though I broke apart and then gave up on the earpiece, which was glued to shards of broken glass on the back of the old screen. I'm just going to sell it for parts when I'm done cleaning it off, so completeness is not important. Seems the battery (which is the bent part - eek!) isn't talking to the motherboard, either, as it's stuck at 50% and not showing charging when the cable's connected, though I'm getting the connection bing. I was able to recharge it a few days ago, before I took it apart, and it's been off since shortly after that, so the charge should be sufficient to do this activity even if it's not charging now.

I'm trying to transfer the data between the two phones via wifi and the Xperia transfer app, but it lost connection once, and then seemed to stall out on the second attempt and then said it lost connection while I was poking through its help file (and it had switched to the other wifi band when I looked; I consequently made it forget that one). I'm trying a third time now (maybe it hadn't been stalled, since it got through the current piece fast this time?), but if this doesn't work I'll just dump what I can via computer, and if that's not enough, I'll go get a USB OTG cable (which might be handy to have anyway) and try it that way instead of over wifi.

EDIT 1:30 AM: Ended up doing a backup of the old phone onto the SD card and then doing a restore from that onto the new phone. Then took FOREVER trying to figure out how to get my calendar data transferred. Annoyed that I bought an upgrade to my calendar program and it wasn't able to do what I needed. Did finally find a separate app that could make it work, though I'll be damned if I understand what it did and why none of the other stuff that was supposed to work did. Not sure I'll be able to import my cross stitch floss list (think I did it manually last transfer). I had a few files in a secure notes app, the app was crashing in the new phone and I needed to reinstall it, but I very foolishly did that _before_ trying to switch the SD card back to the old phone and export the files first, and now they're gone. *facepalm* If I have to recreate the files anyway *whimper* maybe I'll check Google Play for something better. I think I have everything else that contained data I care about transferred, thank goodness.

EDIT 8:45 AM: Victory! After sleeping on it, I tried another restore from the backup file, of just the apps, and it recovered my data for both those apps! I'm still fighting with the calendar a bit, though. Again.

30 Stars

July 15th, 2017 12:44 pm
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30 Stars

Finished my 30 star blocks for the quilt. Next is the star borders, or sashing, which will help hide the unevenness of my star edges. This is all I need before the next class, though.

Not super happy with one that's reverse contrast and another that's negligible contrast, but whatever. This is my newbie quilt. Trying really hard not to make any star/sashing combo changes, though. I'm terrible at randomization, but feel like I did OK at randomizing these initially.

Vacation

July 13th, 2017 02:27 pm
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We spent a lovely 9 days in Michigan last week and this. The weather was perfect (low 60s to low 80s, and felt like it!), and we soaked it up, spending as much time outdoors or with windows open as possible. Coming back to the sauna was not a joy. We're even more motivated to find a way to move north now. We were there for Cherry Festival, which is generally a thing for locals to avoid, but it was fun to show Josh & Lillian once. We went to fireworks (once right by the bay, once in the middle of my aunt's street, which has a straight-shot view to the bay (16 blocks away). We watched a pet show, with categories like best dressed and fattest cat. We watched a bit of a local native American intertribal pow-wow. Lillian and I rode some stuff at the midway (she's still too short for many things). We watched excited dogs run and jump into a big pool. We watched a parade. We ate wonderful sausages and an elephant ear and yummy local pie and ice cream and, of course, cherries. We went canoeing. We went to 2 barbecues. Josh and I went to see Spiderman. We got several large items out of my mom's basement and I cleared out a bunch of my old stuff (and shipped a little bit home). Josh exercised at the school playground a ways behind Mom's house. We went swimming in the local lake. I fixed my Mom's printer and tried to fix her computer (but its drive is pretty damaged). I had the aforementioned phone adventures. I talked (only semi-jokingly) with my uncle and cousin about starting an engineering firm up there so we can all move there: Mike is the idea man, I'll do testing, and Uncle Charlie is the business genius. We'd just have to decide _what_ we'd do - Mike has done laser range finding and ocean energy generation, and I do mostly space life support systems. Overall, it was delightfully relaxing and refreshing, and I'd like some more right now, thanks.
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I was nicely productive yesterday during my bonus vacation day, between setting up new phone, haircut, car inspection, car registration renewal and title update, short bank and grocery stops, and making a few quilt stars.

Every opportunity:
- work on applications

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Wednesday:
- weigh myself
- 7:30 blood draw
- 8 AM minisim
- start minisim eval
- min 30 min finance work (finalize selections for Josh's benefits)
- clean the microwave and counters and misc dusting
- press star half-borders, maybe start sewing other halves

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Sometime These 2 Weeks (ideally, tasks to be assigned to days as I go)
- pick/purchase inner frame and binding fabric, backer fabric, batting, basting pins, and a square ruler(?)
- make plans to hang out with J
- remake water bottle sling with webbing
- enroll Lillian in after care for next school year
- prep for Lillian's bday party on 5th (cake, gifts,, gift wrap, mac & cheese?, other?)
- call arborist to come prune dead stuff, raise canopy, trim side oak back from house
- get boxes to Sa
- call Mo's general contractor and the one I found an ad for, and maybe try that website again with a different need path, to arrange for hall bath remodel/plumbing fix/mold cleanup, and to arrange for living room ceiling mold remediation and rebuild
- schedule massage w/ gift cert - call to see if they'll even honor that gift cert
- get new passport photo taken
- more stuff off big list as inspiration/time dictates

Reconnected.

July 12th, 2017 12:06 pm
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Hooray! UPS man came this morning, so I have the new phone in my hot little hands. It's currently doing it's second Android update, and I got a bunch of Play store apps installed/updated before it recharged enough to do the second one. I'll move my sim over from the old phone as soon as this is done, as I have a haircut and errands to run. I'll have to wait on restoring most of my personal stuff from the old phone until I can get the replacement screen and install it, hopefully this weekend. Seems I can do a direct transfer over wifi via Xperia apps, which will be helpful, but I have to be able to get the app open on both phones. Still need to get myself some USB-C converters or cables, though, since it only came with the one. My haircut is right next to Best Buy...maybe I'll just pop in and grab 1 for work for the moment, and deal with Amazon hunting later.

Hugo Voting: Best Fan/Semiprozine

July 11th, 2017 06:52 am
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 The nominees for best fanzine:

Castalia House Blog, edited by Jeffro Johnson
Journey Planet, edited by James Bacon, Chris Garcia, Esther MacCallum-Stewart, Helena Nash, Errick Nunnally, Pádraig Ó Méalóid, Chuck Serface, and Erin Underwood
Lady Business, edited by Clare, Ira, Jodie, KJ, Renay, and Susan
nerds of a feather, flock together, edited by The G, Vance Kotrla, and Joe Sherry
Rocket Stack Rank, edited by Greg Hullender and Eric Wong
SF Bluestocking, edited by Bridget McKinney
 
My ballot:
 
6) Journey Planet
 
The issues on offer in this year's Hugo packet didn't appeal to me at all, unfortunately. They were just all over the place, and dragged down by some seriously bad covers.
 
5) Castalia House Blog
 
Eh. This actually wasn't too bad, despite its association with a seriously nasty person and his publishing company. Enough so that I'm not putting it under No Award. But it doesn't have the quality of those ranked above it.
 
4) Nerds of a Feather, Flock Together
 
This fanzine runs along similar lines as other zines in this category: book, movie, game reviews. Joe Sherry seemed to write most of the better articles. However, there is a multitude of authors on this site, and they don't seem to have the unified vision and consistent tone that other sites offer.
 
3) Rocket Stack Rank
 
This fanzine is definitely for the mathematical and algorithm-inclined. It concentrates on short fiction, rating every single story in several magazines and anthologies published throughout the calendar year. The reviewers have well-thought-out standards and explain exactly what they're looking for. From what I've seen, the overwhelming majority of their ratings are three-star, or just "average," so when they mark a story as four or five-star, it makes the reader sit up and take notice.
 
2) SF Bluestocking
 
I have this fanzine in my RSS feed folder, and Bridget McKinney's Hugo packet well illustrates why: she's a thoughtful, incisive reviewer, with plenty to say about books as well as SFF TV shows. Her review of the best episode of The X-Files Season 10, "Mulder and Scully Meet the Were-Monster," is dead-on as regards both the characters and the show. She also does a great job of deconstructing some not-so-good Game of Thrones episodes. (I do love a snarky takedown, but an intelligent snarky takedown is a fairly rare thing, and that's what McKinney does here.)
 
1) Lady Business
 
I nominated this fanzine this year and last, and I really hope they get the rocket this time around. This is a fanzine of multiple authors, which can be a detriment if there isn't a strong unifying editorial theme. However, Lady Business, as its name indicates, has this strong editorial theme--looking at fandom through an incisive feminist lens. By doing so, what could have been, for instance, a fluffy article about the costumes in Star Wars turns into an interesting commentary on the female roles of the franchise.
 
The nominees for Best Semiprozine:
 
Beneath Ceaseless Skies, editor-in-chief and publisher Scott H. Andrews
Cirsova Heroic Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine, edited by P. Alexander
GigaNotoSaurus, edited by Rashida J. Smith
Strange Horizons, edited by Niall Harrison, Catherine Krahe, Vajra Chandrasekera, Vanessa Rose Phin, Li Chua, Aishwarya Subramanian, Tim Moore, Anaea Lay, and the Strange Horizons staff
Uncanny Magazine, edited by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas, Michi Trota, Julia Rios, and podcast produced by Erika Ensign & Steven Schapansky
The Book Smugglers, edited by Ana Grilo and Thea James
 
My ballot:
 
6) Cirsova
 
Cirsova harkens back to old-time pulp, or "heroic fantasy," magazines. It seems to be a good example of its genre, if you like that kind of thing. I don't, particularly.
 
5) Beneath Ceaseless Skies
 
This magazine (or at least the issue in the packet) only offers stories, not poems, reviews or articles. I find I prefer a magazine with the latter, as it seems more well-rounded. (That said, there are some good stories in this issue, the Kameron Hurley in particular.)
 
4) GigaNotoSaurus
 
This magazine is that rarest of beasts: a home for longer SFF stories. Rashida J. Smith picks some excellent stories, including "Brushwork," by Aliya Whiteley, one of my Best Novelette nominees this year.
 
3) Strange Horizons
 
Their offering in the Hugo packet is the delightful July 2016 issue, "Our Queer Planet," featuring the work of queer authors, poets and essayists. Standouts include the story "Her Sacred Spirit Soars," by S. Quioyi Lu, the column "Did You Mean A Romantic?" by Penny Stirling; and the poem "Sawa," by Karolina Fedyk.
 
2) Uncanny Magazine
 
Uncanny was the well-deserved Best Semiprozine winner last year. This year's quality is similar, but I think it's going to miss my #1 spot by a hair. 
 
1) The Book Smugglers
 
Stories, reviews, snarky X-Men and Mary Sue articles: I really liked this magazine. It surprised me a little, as I would've thought nothing could beat out Uncanny; but this magazine managed to do it.
 
Next up: Best Novella
 
(I just checked to see the Hugo voting deadline is midnight Pacific [US] time Saturday July 15. I think I'm going to need every minute of it. Wish me luck.)

Amazon Wishlist Fail

July 11th, 2017 07:06 am
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WTF, Amazon? You've had such a good thing going with Wishlists for so many years, and now you're determined to fuck it up! A while ago they took away my compact view so that I can no longer see and edit a bunch of stuff at once. They recently changed a bunch of stuff on their site to the blurry ouchy fonts (including Wishlist) and made infinite scroll the inescapable standard, which I LOATHE, particularly when my list is ~300 items long (which it also no longer states). And now they've crippled filters and sorts by taking away the price sorts, Amazon/Universal type filters, and the price drop filter, plus they don't even clarify what the "default" sort is (date added, most recent at top). I used all of those things fairly frequently!

They've also made finding any sort of feedback/ask a question link a whole lot harder, even compared to a month or two ago. >=(

And apparently now they're trying to be Pinterest with a new "Idea Lists" feature. That sounds...not very useful, except for maybe joint event planning or something (e.g., we could have used one of those instead of a private registry for looking at/sharing wedding planning stuff). This is my dubious face.

Phone fall down, go boom.

July 9th, 2017 05:23 pm
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The other day I permanently lost a little door on the side of my phone that covers the USB port and the SD card slot. It had been flaky, falling open a lot. I ordered myself a new one off eBay. Yesterday evening I noticed that I'd cracked one corner of that new back glass I put on my phone a few weeks ago. Disappointing, and I was annoyed with myself.

But then later yesterday evening I took it out of my pocket to find that the screen was completely shattered and the frame bent. FUCK. I think I fell on it when I was (possibly somewhat drunkenly...) running into the house earlier and faceplanted on the lawn (my thigh is now sore where the phone would have been in my pocket), and then when I later yet did a backward somersault to stand up, I think that allowed the phone to bend and completely shatter. One corner of the screen still shows light, and it rang when someone called me this morning, but nothing recognizeable on the screen, and touch is also broken.

Now I'm trying to figure out how to get into the phone to get my data off, or if I should spring for a replacement screen and frame and back glass too, at least to get my crap off and maybe tide me over to September phone releases, or if I should just say "oh, well" and buy a new phone now. Seems Mom's area now has the T-Mo 700 MHz LTE service and my current phone doesn't have that band, so I'll continue to be stuck with 3G at best and only in town when I visit if I don't upgrade. Unfortunately, I was dumb and didn't have my phone backing up to Google (just hadn't been able to get over my distrust...don't know why), and I have it set up to default a USB connection to charging only for when I occasionally need to charge off my work computer (we're understandably not supposed to connect external drives to our machines), and I can't change that setting if the screen doesn't work. Bah. Still looking around for other ideas/potential solutions (Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, if anyone has inspirations). In the meantime, I can at least switch back to my old phone (though I have to wait 'til Weds) to tide me over for a bit.

EDIT: Shortly after posting this, I was looking at the Amazon page for the phone I'd actually been looking at a couple of weeks ago, the Sony Xperia X Compact, 2 generations on from what just broke, and they had a Warehouse Deals listing for one at a good price, plus an extra 20% off for Prime Day if I bought within the following 40 minutes, so I nabbed it, and it ended up being quite a bit cheaper than the one that just broke. Now for a case. And I ordered a cheap replacement screen for the old phone that should at least let me get my data transferred/cleared before I recycle it or sell it for parts or something. But hey, at least I can replace the little door first! </sarcasm>

SECOND EDIT: And then, as we were getting out of the rental car at the airport Tuesday afternoon, I found my little lost door on the floor in the back seat area. *facepalm* Circle complete!
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