Current status: manually copying, pasting and emailing my iOS diagnostics information to myself so I can mine and visualise it. This is stupid.
What is it called when you subconsciously expect a UI to be somewhere it isn’t, e.g. double-tapping a word in a dead tree book to get a definition, or expecting a "like/favourite" button in, e.g, an email client?
And no jokes about obsession :) it can't just be me.
.Evan Prodromou “10 reasons reptiles should grow feathers”
aral hideous. That makes me more embarrassed to be a PHP dev than all the bad rep it has as a language. And they're teaching SVN! It gets worse :(
I don't feel emotionally intelligent enough to write anything which adequately sums up my anger at the sexism-in-tech situation.
john_nye good god that’s hideous. But in hindsight it was only a matter of time :/
Salvaged three laptop hard dives — almost 1TB of storage for the price of some enclosures.
Four Ukranian students create gloves which translate sign language into printed words: http://techland.time.com/2012/11/01/best-inventions-of-the-year-2012/slide/enable-talk-gloves/ #bookmark
Aaron Parecki I wish they would show you which email/number they're calling if you hav multiple. Gives it some context.
Amazed at #HTML+, which had
audio form input elements! http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/HTMLPlus/htmlplus_41.html
Anna Debenham perhaps that will help shut some of the “same old faces” complainers up
davewiner I disagree that browser makers should “make sure they don’t break bootstrap apps”. They should concentrate on following specs, and markup authors should do the same.
I wish more articles were presented in this form: http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2012/12/zork-infocom-pioneer-award/
Trying out kangoextensions.com for cross-browser extension building. I kinda feel this is something vendors should have figured out already :/
“I will not start an initiative until I've spent my own money. Because if I spend my own money, people who want to get on board afterwards know that I am serious about it.”
He used to go to nightclubs, but now he goes to conferences "which are better than clubs because they still have music and after-parties but you get knowledged-up before the party".
Optimal video-splitting workflow on a mac:
Josh Emerson making machines do stuff. So much fun :)