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04.06.2018 02:00

I’d probably be running towards gitlab if this was the Ballmer or Gates Microsoft; but it isn’t.

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04.06.2018 02:00

WWDC Keynote iOS Wishlist:

  • Terminal.app
  • Emacs.app
  • Homebrew

Autojump

04.06.2018 02:00

I just installed autojump, and I have no idea why I haven’t done this before. The pitch is that it looks at your history of commands using “cd” and tries to guess where you want to do when you hit “j foobar”. Just install it, configure it, and leave it for a few days or weeks and then try to use it. It is awesome.

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01.06.2018 02:00

Three notebooks open at my desk, a Blackwing 602, a Vanishing Point and a KUM Masterpiece.

Let’s get some shit done.

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01.06.2018 02:00

@hartlco Hi! Found a crash in Icro(TestFlight) it crashes when I delete a mute filter, but the filter are removed).

Journaling

01.06.2018 02:00

I have been a Day One user for a very long time, I think I first downloaded it in the early days of the Mac App Store. And it is a great app. Pretty, well designed, focused and they are willing to try new stuff. Also they seem to be very open to people like Brett Terpstra to write tools that feed data into it. And it is very easy to get data in and out.

What I have done is to move all my journaling that isn’t focused around photos to org-journal. In order to try to journal more frequently. And having it accessible with just one M-x command in Emacs seemed to do the trick. But I’m still going to use DayOne for some stuff. Like photos. I take a picture of myself most days and add it to DayOne.

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31.05.2018 02:00

I’m going to throw out all my used notebooks and journals today.

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31.05.2018 02:00

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31.05.2018 02:00

The Apple Password Dialog on iOS

31.05.2018 02:00

I fucking hate the “Please enter your password” dialog on iOS. It is the worst. It shows up out of nothing, with no information about why. Then it is no easy way to get the password from 1Password and enter it. Apple got to change this with the next major version of iOS.

  1. Show some kind of notification like today, but without a password field. With information about what triggered it and why.
  2. Have a place in settings where you go to enter it.