For the majority of the time I’ve been blogging, I’ve had the opportunity to be on a host that scales with how much I’ve written. That’s not the case with this site. Instead, I’m blogging with tight constraints.

It’s as much an exercise in consolidating thoughts and other media into something that’ll last for a significantly longer under tighter constraints.

Given the low traffic and the wide purpose of this site, it seems to be an fun way to see how much I can get out of limited hosting with little media.

I was gifted a Nintendo Switch OLED recently and I’m a big fan of it.

I know some of the pundits argue that the storage, screen, and table-top stand and improved dock aren’t enough to warrant the upgrade, but I disagree.

If you’re someone who spends plenty of time on your Switch (that is, you’re hardcore on games like Breath of the Wild or Mario Odyssey or Mario Kart or you’re one to pay for Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pass), then I recommend it.

Until you see the screen and experience the device itself, it’s hard to describe. You won’t get it, until you get it, if you know what I mean.

I won’t say it’s like going from HD to 4K, but going from SD to HD? Yeah, that’s fair comparison.

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