Listening: Misty, by Floppy Circus 🎵
Listening: Misty, by Floppy Circus 🎵
Thanks Bosch washing machine.
Listening: Deep Inside, by Safakash via Bad Faith Records 🎵
Making the Mentions timeline more capable in the apps means that Micro.blog conversations become even more valuable. When combined with Sven’s upcoming plug-in for searching Replies, this is something of an upgrade to the community experience for the community. 💯
Yesterday’s updates to Micro.blog are bloody great.
I drank my coffee whilst making coffee. This is the only way it works, eh, @JohnPhilpin.
I give a thumbs-down to any “lifetime” subscription that costs less than 10× the annual plan, and even then I’m skeptical.
— Gruber, Mercury Weather 1.0
… the authors speculate that the therapy led to a “rebooting of the immune system”.
— Ian Sample, The Guardian
T-cell therapy sounds amazing.
For those who don’t know: many health professionals have zero knowledge of autoimmune conditions. That’s how little we know.
The Neistats are back in New York… the world is gradually recovering some of its former glory. I would happily watch the vlog if he brought it back.
re, Needless ratings
Do you know what happens when we buy something from our local shops?
… it’s like we’re human beings or something 🤯
When it comes to technology, my knowledge largely comes from my lack of fear over trying new things and pressing buttons just to see what they do.
— Patrick Rhone, Handy
It always feels good to discover that your approach to something you care about is shared by others.
I’ve just read How to Write a Blog Post for the first time. Wow.
A great developer can come from anywhere is one of my favourite pieces of writing. Whenever I revisit it the better part of my brain, full with better decision-making and clarity of thought, is given the jolt it needs.
Doppler for Mac 2.1 is a damned good update.
Vincent has an interesting posts on keeping things simple, with some good advice for people like Vincent.
For those of us not like Vincent; don’t worry about it. Do whatever works for you. If you feel good about using your to-do list, then you keep using that to-do list.
Changes to Apple’s podcasting hosting requirements means there’s a chance of more work for the Micro.blog team. Hopefully not too much!
Later this year Save Tonight will be 25 years-old. 🎵
Federico Viticci’s damning conclusion with regard to the state of Stage Manager is the latest in a list of reasons that I am glad to have switched my primary computing from the iPad to the Mac.
Gruber’s latest post regarding the new version of the Mac’s System Settings and SwiftUI made me immediately think about @manton’s insistence that Apple should have chosen to further improve development of their existing technologies.
Change for the sake of change is never good.
Per my cloud-fist-shaking regarding the disatisfying experience of music via streaming and social media, I continue to be relieved and pleased with the continued development of Doppler. You select the music and it just plays, instantly, as if you’re using a computer!
Currently listening: To My Soul by Jerry Folk 🎵
I find the tools and gadgets of the web interesting, however I can only get excited if they serve a purpose and clearly aren’t just searching for the fastest exit. For example: our very own Vincent Ritter’s approach to social media and advertising and Adam Newbold’s work with omg.lol.
The Play app, by Marcos Tanaka, now includes support for Vimeo and for YouTube playlists. A very nice update.
We’re in a boat, rowing together, & we cross the finish line together or not at all.
People are not machines. Writers and artists aren’t machines.
Neil Gaiman’s Entitlement issues… continues to be one of my favourite blog posts.