Latest exciting purchase: a measuring thing for measuring things! First application is recording the amount of rubbish I produce daily. #qs
Create Digital Music has an excellent article on the creative values of presets in whatever context (e.g. Instagram): createdigitalmusic.com/2013/06/daft-presets-reasons-audiomatic-retro-transformer-claims-to-be-instagram-for-your-music
When will these people realise that, having clicked on a recipe permalink from a search engine, the task in my mind is “learn about a recipe”. Viewing an app in the App Store (yep, that’s not even a download button, so there’s another useless step) or going to a completely different website is not going to help me achieve that task.
Then again, neither is writing this note. But it’s good therapy, and works up an appetite for the tasty wraps I’m about to make…
Digging through some mailing list archives I pulled recently revealed some familiar faces, some interesting stories and SO MUCH amazing information lost in the depths of the web.
It just occurred to me that I’ve had my 2nd gen Vio #gurdy built and playing for a couple of months but I’ve never posted a photo. Here you go:
This is another, rather bizarre example of WordPress promoting monoculture. Even funnier is this misguided quote from the email:
If you don't already have the WordPress mobile app for your smartphone, you'll want to download it so that you can upload pictures and post to the site right from the party. It would be a good idea to add the site to your mobile app before your party so you don't have to worry about it later.
Paraphrased: “So that you can participate TO THE MAX, post to our hosted silo and download yet another app that you’ll delete straight away”.
Nevertheless, I plan to download the app and try it out as I’ve never used it before and WordPress UX tends to be pretty good. Perhaps then discuss the whole thing in #indiewebcamp on freenode to brainstorm a better way of doing this topic-based aggregation.
Why yes superman is outside my office making candyfloss why did you ask? #iceland
is there gold in iceland
is there life after death
is there life on mars
is there a god
At Loft, Reykjavik. Hm, those mountains look familiar Brennan Novak!
Testing note post via email
Just almost typed “all the bear” instead of “all the best” in an #email. Actually, I prefer the first one.