WENDY IS HERE 😍😍😍😍
WENDY IS HERE 😍😍😍😍
Email newsletters should be text-only. Y/N?
I miss @smokey. I hope everything is ok, buddy.
I’m starting to think The Internet isn’t the best place in which to make jokes.
We have a special visitor stopping by tomorrow; a golden labrador by the name of Wendy!
Today I am preparing the house for this auspicious occasion, including lots of cleaning and tidying. Yes, that’s right, I put more effort into preparing for visiting animals than I do people.
First imagine the person about whom you are talking is in fact the most important person in the world to you, then go ahead and publish that post.
Windows: “Select a time to restart”
Me: “How about no”
Basecamp is easily one of the best Windows apps I have used.
Substack has a built-in PO Box, you say. 🤔
Naming things is fun. 😃
I am eschewing this streaming trash and managing my MP3s!
Me, five seconds into dealing with duplicates:
I forgot just how nice Basecamp is to use.
… the more a writer attributes the actions of Apple, an enormous corporation with thousands of talented employees, to Steve Jobs, who is just one man and neither an engineer nor a designer, the more likely the writer is an idiot, a hack, or both.
When even people like John Gruber, who have lent full-throated support for blog feed technology, are advising their readers to use Twitter notifications as an RSS replacement then you know that no single web technology can carry the heavy load of the entire populace.
I feel so sorry for the people at Fantastical.
The mob mentality of Twitter is going to damage the prospects for the 3rd party ecosystem. Who could possibly be motivated to try to make a living when people lash out in this immature and dangerous way.
Speaking of CAH, the website for their new restaurant is classy as fuck.
I have a visceral reaction to sites that block “open in new tab” and force pop-ups as an alternative. This bullshit should be illegal.
Two of my favourite things about my iPhone SE are;
It’ll be interesting to see who, if anyone, Gruber gets access to at this years WWDC. Lot of (rightful) condemnation coming from him over the past few months.
Foiled by the Micro.blog (web) post blog switcher again. Curses!
Using a web service to host your photos has never been a good idea. There’s no point getting mad at the companies who (mistakenly) allowed their service to be used for this function.