Damn. Now that’s an event! MS tossing their IE code in favor of Chromium is a massive shift in their thinking! Now, does this mean they’ll fix years-old Chromium bugs? ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Wednesday, December 5, 2018
I just discovered Kill the Newsletter and used it to get an RSS feed of recomendo.com I can’t bear to have more email flooding my inbox than already shows up and I’ve actively avoided newsletters before this point! I can’t believe I’ve never gone looking for something like this before. But all’s well that ends well, I think.
Hopefully Kill the Newsletter will do its thing for a long time to come! :)
I don’t contribute to Quora. Here’s why.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
More free coding courses anyone?
It’s easy to laugh at this product as a three hundred dollar sweater. So, yeah, that’s what I’ll do.
Monday, November 12, 2018
.@2nipun dude Valve VR!!! And a new Half Life!!!!!!!!
I hate twitter and Instagram ads because of their absurd frequency. The second tweet and the second post on the respective networks are ads for me. Same, it seems, for CogDog.
This is an interesting way of studying the algorithm and critiquing it. But I won’t do it because I’ve found ways around seeing these ads and I’m happy with the solutions I’ve found.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Nice note by The Hustle about Musk’s moves to secure his companies from market forces. Musk may be considered a genius, but more importantly, he’s a pioneer, with a pioneer’s thinking - the grit to find solutions to problems people think are impenetrable.
That’s what makes watching his career so interesting.
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Sometimes, the answer finds you.
Nice set of rules Tim Cook is plugging for increased user data privacy. It’s all the more interesting that Apple’s faux pas don’t happen in that space that much. Apple does lie to people about battery consumption but doesn’t stealth send people’s photos to their friends.
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
I like Windows tools and I like scratchpads. Electron is doing well these days.
Friday, October 19, 2018
Thread by @morganknutson -
This is an excellent read on the pathos in Google from the point of view of a designer. It’s a twitter thread, so I’ve linked threadviews instead.
There are two services I’ve seen that collect threads on twitter. I wonder which one you’d prefer -
Now that Workflow has been relabeled as Shortcuts, there are websites popping up that deal with sharing the same -
People are really loving the dot app domains, it seems!
We were having a conversation around offline reading, PDFs, notes, annotations and the such recently. I’ve been looking at Polar for a while now. Worth downloading and using?
Monday, October 15, 2018
“Amazon employees could suddenly be making more than nurses”
This is such a BS thing to say. It’s like saying “your company is doing something to prevent global warming, but this other company isn’t, so your company will end up doing more harm than good.”
Amazon can lead by example here. It should.
Sunday, October 14, 2018
My new favorite YouTube channel - Peaceful Cuisine.
The last thing I truly liked on YouTube/Netflix was Slow TV and it’s amazing train journeys.
This channel is just as therapeutic. The sounds in the No Music versions are all just the chopping, pouring, scooping of the ingredients. It’s amazing!!
Friday, October 12, 2018
Against Waldenponding - It’s a critique of tossing your phone in the water/deleting all your social media apps
Extra (reread) –
Software disenchantment - nice rant!
The Human API manifesto - can this be turned into something actionable?
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
This is a beautiful and sad page. This story is so raw and the protagonist is so reluctant to be the hero we all easily make these characters often out to be.
Open this door, Apple.
Could not agree more. From the moment the first watch came out, my brother and I agreed that Apple needs to open the platform to third party watch faces. NOT giving us this option is just negligence on Apple’s part and a clear disrespect for both consumer choice and developer capabilities.
Monday, September 24, 2018
I love visiting this page once a while. People are making awesome apps with Electron. :)
Friday, September 21, 2018
This is the first I’ve seen this feed reader, I think. Reeder supports this using the Fever API. It’s both awesome and daunting that so many feed readers out there support the Fever API when Fever is both dead, and had a rather cumbersome API to begin with (it would download the entire block of RSS feed items in one set).
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Oh this is exactly what they’re calling it - sublime! It looks a little bare though. I’m looking forward to a myriad themes popping up to make it look as snazzy as people make Sublime Text look! :)
Libraries.io is quite impressive for its ability to search EVERYTHING!
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Great read about Kubernetes by the woman who makes it secure!
Bookmarklet maker is a pretty awesome tool! I would love to use it one day.
When I use Press This sometimes I get a “NOT FOUND” page. I just change the address from u=http%3A%2F%2F to u= and it works fine. I do notice I have to copy and paste the new address in a new tab in firefox when doing this.
Testing this with a bunch of different solutions. Might work.
Link Thing provides feeds that allow you to subscribe to new posts in whatever way you wish. You can subscribe using RSS or JSON feeds.