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It’s Micro Monday somewhere so I’m going to talk about @oyam, who shares both a selection of intrguing web stuff and a knack for seeing different sides of a discussion, subject, or even seemingly simple yet common thoughts. Also, check out that slideshow. ๐Ÿ˜

Moo.do looks like a genuine candidate for me to replace Workflowy and TickTick, whilst leveraging Google’s software. Currently waiting for a reply to a request for help, hopefully support will match the seeming potential of the rest of the product.

It is complicated, but appropriately so. Oftentimes thatโ€™s the difference between a UI thatโ€™s usable, or one thatโ€™s confusing, dangerous, and hard to trust.

Andrew Schmidt, indirectly confronting Lazy Minimalism amidst useful advice for UX writers.

Oh, it’s Micro Monday. That reminds me to point you towards @eli who both thoughtfully participates in conversations here on Micro.blog and thoughtfully shares links to web writing that I always enjoy reading. Also… dat beard tho. ๐Ÿ™Œ

… he brought knives, and was scared away by students throwing their backpacks at him.

Rami Ismail

I mean… backpacks. Fuck guns.

This is one of the many reasons I’m happy to see @manton starting strong with an anti-ad approach on Micro.blog.