Tonight is the night I begin my binge-catch up on podcasts:

  • Micro Monday
  • Timetable
  • Core Intuition


I’ve been using the official Twitter client as my only access on mobile and, honestly, it’s not fine or just as good as third party options. For the people who say this it’s clear they have abandoned the idea that good standards – let alone high standards – are important.

Pro Tip: yelling at people to leave established social media services for something that is not as developed or user friendly will not make the alternative look good.

One of my biggest hopes for MB is that non-Apple alternative apps are developed at an accelerated rate, including those for Sunlit. I am not convinced that the closed Apple audience is the best base from which to launch a network; the greater variety of people the better.

Top of my Web Wishlist of Small Things:

  • Every company that makes something in the arts stops insisting on having their own network for you to create an account on.

(Seriously, Square Enix, WTF.)

A week without home internet is like being slowly choked by an invisible version of Superman; you keep forgetting that it’s happening and when you do remember you can think about little else other than how there’s basically nothing you can do to stop it.

I’m listening to the latest ATP, speficially the discussion about Apple’s education event. Honestly, “They’re a luxury brand and always have been." is becoming an increasingly weak counter to any number of critiques. Apple are failing in multiple ways.

… Glitch has delivered an easier way for coders to create on the web right from the start, with things like real-time collaborative editing, instant deployment and automatic secure hosting.

Glitch is live.

At first glance is like Twitter β€” a micro blogging service (clever name, eh?). But that isn’t all.

How-to, a from @eli

A blog post greatly inspiring my thoughts for a blog post, Γ  la the web.

I made a ‘faves’ playlist on Pocket Casts (incidentally, Shifty Jelly just released a Windows app) and it turns out I uh… well, there are 28 podcasts in the filter. Too much podcast? πŸ€” Or not enough podcasts???? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

Last year, Elon Musk personally urged workers not to unionize, and promised to provide them with free frozen yogurt if they listened to him.

Elon Musk Is an Asshole

But yay rockets amirite.