Just signed into IFTTT for the first time in a long while (one of my workflows had stopped working months ago) and yikes. Not sure what happened to IFTTT — it used to be great.
In 2007, I had a Nabaztag and it was great fun to tinker with.
I’ve been playing with GarageBand on iPadOS and I’m surprised at how buggy it is.
I still want a dingus that only does email (with a QWERTY keyboard!)
As an update to The Experiment: I woke up this morning and promptly left the house, iPhone in pocket. I wonder if that’s all the insight I was looking for.
I really enjoyed this. A satisfying end to the trilogy!
I think this must be the first time I’ve travelled without a laptop. Instead, I opted for my iPad and “Smart” Keyboard Folio combo, which is working well. The lack of access to a local shell is somewhat irksome but I’m making do with SSH.
I’d love a thingamajig that only did email, like a BlackBerry 850 for 2019.
There’s not much you can’t do with Bash.
Just realised Twitter has added support for security keys as a form of two-factor authentication — seems a bit janky but it works.
Use this handy IFTTT snippet to export your Fitbit daily activity to Day One as valid JSON for munging at a later date.
Yesterday, I peeled a bulb of garlic, bashed it up with a handful of rosemary, salt and pepper, loosened with a tablespoon of olive oil and rubbed all over a joint of pork and left to marinade in the fridge overnight.
I’ve just unwrapped it to slow roast and it smells fantastic!
I enjoyed this interview with Pusha T from October 2018.
I enjoyed this interview with Don McCullin from January 2016.
These days when I sign up for a web service, the first thing I think of is: “How can I get my data out of this?”