Lately I’ve been driving a lot, and listening to G.K. Chesterton on audiobooks from Librivox. Maybe I could take up audio podcasting, so fans could listen to me drive, maybe while they drive. Probably there’s already an internet-mediated subculture that’s doing this.
Keepass, which I installed a couple of months ago, seems to work. I’m using the older version, 1.26, which seems to have everything I need and is a bit lighter.
I’ve found that opening the cream cheese on just one side, along the designated seam, then scooping some out with a butter knife works well. Before discovering this new method I’d been pulling loose three sides and completely unwrapping the cheese. That’s the way to go if you’re going to use it all at once as for baking, but just to have some on toast this new way is easier. Still, there may be issues with getting out the last bit toward the end of the package. I’ll keep you posted.