Aaron Parecki how about something like this?
Testing posting #indieweb videos via email and the iOS camera app:
Fresh out of the oven: Kanilsnúðar!
They’re a little small, I think I need to make double quantities next time! Or, roll the dough thicker and make fewer.
I followed this recipe. The Hjartasalt really does puff them up nicely!
Looks like google isn’t just counting items in data tables, lists too:
/cc Tantek Çelik
Hama bead success! @briansuda is hiding a huge grin of delight. Many hours went into this project:
Looks like exciting times ahead for @mailpileteam — keep an eye on this one.
A 2003 iSight sitting on top of a 2012 iPad:
The iSight was built to work with a great many products, and as a result is extensible. The lead is a standard Apple firewire lead nested inside an adapter which can fit onto many different attachments. On the attachment, there’s a thumbscrew, so that same clear plastic hook can join onto items of many different thicknesses (such as the iPad). That’s four levels of modularity.
The iPad was built to be useful for two years, tops, before being replaced. Its dock connector is already out of date. Its case is incompatible with the previous model.
Which is better designed? Which will retain its value longer?
Feeding the geese @ Reykjavik, Iceland with the #family
Jogged/walked 4.5km in Reykjavik whilst listening to Riverdance — there’s not much music which is so energetic!
A couple of days ago we (Vísar) went on a little trip up to Borgarnes for a meeting. Hopefully the journey details should be attached to this note, and I’ll get them displaying below.