2018

10-18

Liked: GitHub - burakcan/mb: Exception-free nested nullable attribute accessor

10-18

Liked: Paredit and smartparens · Fuco1/smartparens Wiki · GitHub

10-18

Liked: EmacsWiki: Emacs Key Notation

10-18

Liked: GitHub - GoogleChrome/puppeteer: Headless Chrome Node API

10-18

Liked: GitHub - hiproxy/hiproxy: 🛠 hiproxy is a lightweight proxy tool for Front-End developers based on Node.js that supports an NGINX-like configuration. 🔥

10-16

Liked: Psst! Here’s why ReasonReact is the best way to write React

10-16

Liked: A Beginner’s Guide to JavaScript’s Prototype

10-16

Liked: Why Mathematicians Can’t Find the Hay in a Haystack - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus

10-16

Liked: The Not-So-Dark Art Of Designing Database Indexes: Reflections From An Average Software Engineer

10-16

Liked: The Basics of Database Indexes For Relational Databases

10-15

Liked: More indexes, slower INSERT

10-15

Liked: Daniel Radcliffe and the Art of the Fact-Check | The New Yorker

10-15

Liked: An Introduction to Database Indexing | 8th Light

10-15

Liked: Syntax Synonyms

10-15

Liked: Test av Sbankens APIer

10-13

Liked: RECaf Review: Effortless Caffeine Tracking – MacStories

10-13

Liked: The .NET Framework is Done! – Andy Watt – Medium

10-13

Liked: wix/vscode-glean: The extension provides refactoring tools for your React codebase

10-13

Liked: What’s a senior engineer’s job? - Julia Evans

10-13

Liked: I switched to Fuji

10-12 Emacs Getting started
10-12

Liked: Vim: Boost your Editing Speed and go from Zero to Hero | DataDen

10-12

Liked: Remembering Steve Jobs | iMore

10-12

Liked: Node.js Foundation and JS Foundation Announce Intent to Create Joint Organization to Support the Broad Node.js and JavaScript Communities - The Linux Foundation

10-12

Liked: Working with Babel 7 and Webpack | The Basement

10-12

Liked: Emacs and Pairs

10-11

Liked: How Wealthy People Protect Their Money - The Atlantic

10-11

Liked: Taylor Swift Posts Political Message on Instagram Supporting Democrats

10-11

Liked: carmine/README.md at master · ptaoussanis/carmine

10-11

Liked: Lisp editing - WikEmacs

10-11 Emacs: Use-package
10-11

Liked: natemcmaster/dotnet-tools: A list of tools to extend the .NET Core command line (dotnet)

10-11

Liked: 26 React Interview Questions and Answers in 2018 | FullStack.Café

10-11

Liked: Lambda requirements - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

10-11

Liked: cloverage/cloverage: Clojure test coverage tool

10-11

Liked: Hugo newContentEditor - Jack Baty’s Blog

10-10

Liked: Dylan Beattie 🇪🇺 on Twitter: “One of the biggest challenges with centralized logging is establishing consensus about what log levels actually mean. Here’s a quick primer.… https://t.co/DOGi5qjVR3”

10-10

Liked: sindresorhus/awesome-nodejs: Delightful Node.js packages and resources

10-10

Liked: On Node Framework Popularity – hueniverse

10-10

Liked: Webpack config tool

10-10

Liked: - — — — — Garbage Collection vs Automatic Reference Counting — — — — -

10-10 Emacs: Bare bones config
10-10

Liked: Why Are Enterprises So Slow? – zwischenzugs

10-10

Liked: Write anywhere without distractions using the new Freewrite Traveler | iMore

10-10

Liked: A History of .NET Runtimes · Performance is a Feature!

10-10

Liked: Go vs C#, part 2: Garbage Collection – ServiceTitan Engineering – Medium

10-10

Liked: Go vs C#, part 1: Goroutines vs Async-Await – Alex Yakunin – Medium

10-09 Emacs Elisp
10-09

Liked: LukeSmithxyz/mutt-wizard: A system for automatically configuring mutt and offlineIMAP with a simple interface and safe passwords

10-09

Liked: venantius/ultra: A Leiningen plugin for a superior development environment

10-09

Liked: Gorilla REPL · Gorilla REPL

10-09

Liked: Editing Digital Photos Is Fun - Jack Baty’s Blog

10-09

Liked: Learn Emacs: Zsh and Multi-Term - Raw Syntax

10-08 Emacs
10-07

Liked: EmacsWiki: Starter Kits

10-07

Liked: Scripting News: Anna and Stallman

10-07

Liked: Daring Fireball: The Great DF Random Slowdown Should Be Over

10-07

Liked: Daring Fireball: Apple Watch Series 4

10-07

Liked: Making renders faster with the React 16.5 profiler - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻

10-05 Linus Thorvalds
10-05

Liked: Hardening macOS

10-05

Liked: Ownership Explained with Python - Paul Kernfeld dot com

10-05

Liked: Niels Bohr’s Argument for the Irreducibility of Biology to Physics | SpringerLink

10-05

Liked: User-Agent parser for Clojure

10-05

Liked: Projectile goes Turbo - Emacs Redux

10-04

Liked: PSA: GUI Emacs Broken on Mojave | Irreal

10-04

Liked: airbnb/javascript: JavaScript Style Guide

10-04

Liked: 5 Tips to Write Better Conditionals in JavaScript ― Scotch

10-04

Liked: 📦 Parcel v1.10.0 — Babel 7, Flow, Elm, and more! 🚀

10-04 Emacs movement
10-04

Liked: Shell Tricks: Toggling Dark Mode from Terminal - BrettTerpstra.com

10-04

Liked: Weaning Myself From Emacs and Org-mode - Jack Baty’s Blog

10-04

Liked: transitive-bullshit/create-react-library: ⚡CLI for easily creating reusable react libraries.

10-04

Liked: React Cheatsheet

10-04

Liked: mceSystems/node-jsc: A node.js port to the JavaScriptCore engine and iOS

10-03

Liked: Managing Python Processes with PM2

10-03

Liked: Daring Fireball: Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information

10-03

Liked: HarshilShah/Nocturnal: A simple macOS app to toggle dark mode with one click

10-03

Liked: Code, conflict, and conduct [LWN.net]

10-03

Liked: Linus Torvalds: ‘I’ll never be cuddly but I can be more polite’ - BBC News

10-03 Emacs Search
10-02 Regular Emacs
10-02

Liked: Distributed .NET Core – Teaser | Piotr Gankiewicz

10-02

Liked: Let’s Encrypt at Scale

10-02

Liked: Perspectives on LedgerSMB: Thoughts on the Code of Conduct Controversy

10-02

Liked: A complete containerized .NET Core Application microservice that is as small as possible - Scott Hanselman

10-02

Liked: The Lazy functor

10-01 The left shift key on the MacBook keyboard.
09-30

Liked: 3 features that could change the future of JavaScript - Heart Internet Blog - Focusing on all aspects of the web

09-30

Liked: Review: Apple Watch Series 4

09-30

Liked: Stephen Colebourne’s blog: Do not fall into Oracle’s Java 11 trap - Use OpenJDK!

09-30

Liked: Clojurists Together

09-30

Liked: bhauman/devcards: Devcards aims to provide a visual REPL experience for ClojureScript

09-29

Liked: https://512pixels.net/2018/09/on-macos-mojave/

09-29

Liked: http://leancrew.com/all-this/2018/09/redoing-my-diary/

09-29

Liked: https://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2018/09/23/why-im-leaving-chrome/

09-29

Liked: http://frenchy64.github.io/2018/09/20/towards-typed-clj.html

09-29

Liked: http://blog.bellebcooper.com/recent-android-thoughts.html

09-28 New iPhones
09-28

Liked: https://www.imore.com/macos-mojave-review

09-28

Liked: https://sixcolors.com/post/2018/09/mojave/

09-28

Liked: https://www.yubico.com/2018/09/introducing-the-yubikey-5-series-with-new-nfc-and-fido2-passwordless-features/

09-28

Liked: https://medium.com/@jdan/i-peeked-into-my-node-modules-directory-and-you-wont-believe-what-happened-next-b89f63d21558

09-28

Liked: https://github.com/freetonik/castlemacs

09-27 Understanding Micro.blog
09-27

Liked: Fewer startups, more indies / Josh Sharp

09-27

Liked: Scriptable

09-27

Liked: iOS 12: The MacStories Review – MacStories

09-27

Liked: watchOS 5: The MacStories Review – MacStories

09-27

Liked: Daring Fireball: The iPhones XS

09-26 Where I buy books in 2018
09-26

Liked: Announcing ‘Machine Learning .NET’ 0.5 | .NET Blog

09-26

Liked: Overcast 5: Redesigned Now Playing Screen, Search, Siri Media Shortcuts, and More – MacStories

09-26

Liked: Make a LISP in 200 Lines of Code – Eric Weinstein – Medium

09-26

Liked: Nietzsche’s Guide to Better Living - The Atlantic

09-26

Liked: React.js cheatsheet

09-26

Liked: NetNewsWire/CodingGuidelines.md at master · brentsimmons/NetNewsWire

09-26

Liked: Render Caching for React | CSS-Tricks

09-26

Liked: Overcast 5: Watch, Siri, search, and redesign! – Marco.org

09-26

Liked: f-f/dhall-clj: Dhall to and from Clojure

09-26

Liked: the Fennel programming language

09-25 Happy Hacking Keyboard 2
09-24 Clojure functions pre and post
09-22

Liked: inessential: Oh God Not This Again

09-22

Liked: inessential: Tech Diversity

09-22

Liked: Top 7 Signs Willie Nelson Might not be a Republican (That’s ‘TeaPot Party,’ not Tea Party)

09-22

Liked: Oat note, posted September 17, 2018

09-22

Liked: Oat note, posted September 17, 2018

09-21

Liked: Native Clojure with GraalVM — Jan Stępień

09-21

Liked: Path

09-21

Liked: 1Password Extends into the iOS QuickType Keyboard with Password AutoFill – MacStories

09-21

Liked: Yarn Plug’n’Play: Getting rid of node_modules by arcanis · Pull Request #101 · yarnpkg/rfcs

09-21

Liked: Linux 4.19-rc4 released, an apology, and a maintainership note - Linus Torvalds

09-21 Apple Bracelet
09-20

Liked: plerd/README.md at master · jmacdotorg/plerd

09-20

Liked: nextspace/README.md at master · trunkmaster/nextspace

09-20

Liked: Apple, Firefox tools aim to thwart Facebook, Google tracking

09-20

Liked: V8 JavaScript Engine: Celebrating 10 years of V8

09-20

Liked: you-dont-need/You-Dont-Need-Momentjs: List of date-fns or native functions which you can use to replace moment.js + ESLint Plugin

09-20 Definitions
09-19

Liked: Introducing GitHub Pull Requests for Visual Studio Code

09-19

Liked: Introducing the React Profiler – React Blog

09-19

Liked: The Rise of Immer in React | Netlify

09-19

Liked: GNU Emacs and XEmacs Schism

09-19

Liked: My Lisp Experiences and the Development of GNU Emacs - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation

09-19 Two sides to everything
09-18 Three of my favourite Clojure methods: assoc-in, get-in, dissoc-in.
09-17 Inside
09-14

Liked: How to make a one-page zine | Experiment with Nature

09-14

Liked: V8 JavaScript Engine: Celebrating 10 years of V8

09-14

Liked: Compiling and Exporting Chapters for My iOS 12 Review with Drafts 5 – MacStories

09-14

Liked: 10 Years of 512 Pixels – 512 Pixels

09-14

Liked: How the Stanford Heart Study App Saved Jason Perlow – MacStories

09-14

Liked: Why Clojure? – AppsFlyer – Medium

09-14

Liked: PostgreSQL 11 and Just In Time Compilation of Queries

09-14

Liked: Introducing the React Profiler – React Blog

09-14

Liked: A guided tour of Emacs

09-14

Liked: A guided tour of Emacs

09-14

Liked: Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Emacs - Jessica Hamrick

09-14

Liked: A blog in pure Org/Lisp

09-14

Liked: An Emacs Tutorial: Beginner’s Guide to Emacs - Mastering Emacs

09-14 Clojure method naming: ? and !
09-13 Clojure and editors
09-12 OmniFocus 3
09-11

Liked: Java’s new Z Garbage Collector (ZGC) is very exciting

09-11

Liked: Stephen Colebourne’s blog: Java is still available at zero-cost

09-11

Liked: TristeFigure/threading: A Clojure threading macros library as sobber as its name

09-11

Liked: vodori/missing: A utility library for Clojure of functions and macros that feel missing.

09-11

Liked: pedronauck/reworm: the simplest way to manage state!

09-11

Liked: Chromium Blog: The ‘Capable Web’: A 10 Year Retrospective

09-11

Liked: React Fire: Modernizing React DOM · Issue #13525 · facebook/react

09-11

Liked: CIDER 0.9 - (think)

09-11

Liked: inessential: Why NetNewsWire 5 Doesn’t Support Nested Folders

09-11

Liked: Clojure is Cool

09-11

Liked: Accio React App, posted September 9, 2018

09-11 How I use Instapaper
09-10 Instapaper
09-09

Liked: EmacsCast | EmacsCast

09-09

Liked: EmacsCast | EmacsCast

This podcast is great, and have had a huge influence on how I use Emacs. Ditching Spacemacs again, and trying to use Emacs without Evil.

09-09

Liked: Removing jQuery from GitHub.com frontend | GitHub Engineering

09-09

Liked: lusakasa/sqorn: A Javascript library for building SQL queries

09-09

Liked: TypeScript 3.0 · TypeScript

09-09

Liked: Why Async?

09-09

From Mastering Emacs:

Tinkering with Emacs is every Emacs hacker’s favorite pastime.

This is the best Emacs book I’ve read, I first read it when I was int he hostpital earlier this year, and I’ve re-read it this weekend now that I’m trying to use Emacs without Evil. It is amazing.

09-07 My take on Getting Things Done.
09-06 The Nintendo Switch
09-05

Liked: inessential: NetNewsWire Comes Home

09-05

Liked: Tech Notes: TypeScript at Google

09-05

Liked: How to teach yourself hard things - Julia Evans

09-05

Liked: Babel 7 Released · Babel

09-05

Liked: Why you should replace forEach with map and filter in JavaScript » Gofore

09-05

Liked: Mumblings - What Micro.blog Needs

09-05

Liked: Lou Reed’s Archive, Coming to the New York Public Library | The New Yorker

09-05

Liked: plop - npm

09-05

Liked: redux-api-middleware - npm

09-05

Liked: My blog is a mess and I’m fine with that – Jack Baty

09-05

Liked: object-path - npm

09-05

Liked: npryce/adr-tools: Command-line tools for working with Architecture Decision Records

09-05

Liked: Blog | Documenting Architecture Decisions | Relevance

09-05

Liked: caisah/emacs.dz: Awesome emacs config files

09-05 Fuji Lens Setup
09-04 Morning charging ritual.
09-03 Pedestal development using emacs.
09-02 Running your own git server.
08-31 Inside
08-31

Liked: Directory of Microbloggers | Excursions

08-31

Liked: Microsoft to business partners: If you want to work with us, offer paid family leave - The Washington Post

08-31

Liked: Microsoft to business partners: If you want to work with us, offer paid family leave - The Washington Post

08-31

Liked: inessential: Social Media Mobs

08-31

Liked: What does the GDPR actually mean for Startups – Hacker Noon

08-31

Liked: Episodes · The REPL

08-30 Splatoon 2
08-29 Celeste
08-29

Some comments to @jack’s post: The Downsides of a Static Site Generator Baty:

I have to agree that most people want something else than a static site generator, but I do not think most people should go for WordPress either; a host like Micro.blog or Squarespace looks like a much better fit, because they are much easier to use and you don’t have to keep them updated.

When people say that PHP is a lot easier to install than go, ruby or what ever they are wrong. It might be easier to find a One Click Installer type host for WordPress than it is for something like Hugo. Still, PHP is a fucking pain in the ass to install.

The Speed thing. Loading a static HTML file is faster, will always be faster than running dynamic code and fetching stuff from a database. There is no question. It is faster. It requires some compromises to do it that way, but from a pure speed perspective: faster.

And the big bad question: databases or a bunch of markdown files?

As a programmer it is much easier to work with a database than a million text files. If you have to deal with thousands of text files you either have to implement some kind of cache or accept how slow it is. On the other hand it is much easier for a power user to deal with than a database.

Because we have a few different alternatives that can be the result of a database as storage versus flat files as storage.

  1. Dynamic site with SQL as backend
  2. Dynamic site with flat files as backend
  3. Static site with SQL as backend
  4. Static site with flat files as backend.

The advantage of a static site is that the hosting is a lot simpler, you just need a web server and that’s it, while the advantage of a dynamic site is that you can do a lot of interesting things with it that is either very difficult or impossible with a static one. Like API’s, admin panels, to see what you are writing straight away on your site, or features that require two way interaction between the site and the user, like comments or webshops.

None of the options are better than the other, it all depends on priorities, preferences and what kind of site you have and what kind of user of it you are.

08-29

Liked: What’s Coming Up in JavaScript 2018: Async Generators, Better Regex - The New Stack

08-29

Liked: Hot Air - Goodbye VSCode, Hello Emacs (Again)

08-28

Liked: BBEdit Clojure language module based on the newlisp package by Seth Dillingham and Pete B. Anonymous.

08-28 Mario Odessy
08-28

Liked: Scripting News: Warren Buffet on what’s cool

08-28

Liked: A Road to Common Lisp / Steve Losh

08-28

Seems like Leuchtturm1917 have updated the design of their A5 notebooks.

08-28

Liked: mdx-js/mdx: JSX in Markdown for ambitious projects

08-28

Liked: Enterprise/README.md at master · joaomilho/Enterprise

08-28

Liked: fulcro by fulcrologic

08-28

Liked: Babel 7 Released · Babel

08-27

Liked: Chiropractic: A Critical Evaluation - Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

08-27 Zelda
08-27

Liked: Day One 3.0: Three Headline Features Make the Journaling App Better Than Ever – MacStories

08-27

Liked: Opinion | Those Who Can Do, Can’t Teach - The New York Times

08-27

Liked: Opinion | Those Who Can Do, Can’t Teach - The New York Times

08-27

Liked: Learn awk in Y Minutes

08-27

Liked: A Look at Vim, a Text Editor for the Ages - The New Stack

08-27

Liked: Hello World on z/OS – Marianne Bellotti – Medium

08-24

Liked: The Rise and Rise of JSON

08-24

Liked: Redis will remain BSD licensed -

08-24

Liked: The History of Aperture – MacStories

08-24

Liked: WordPress is at a Crossroads – Jonathan Bailey – Medium

08-24

Liked: Ernest Hemingway’s Guide to Life, In 20 Quotes | Mental Floss

08-24 Clojure books
08-23 Lein and Deps.edn
08-23

Keybase is my favourite non Facebook cross platform chat app.

08-22

Liked: https://github.com/hartlco/Icro

08-22

Liked: https://cottonbureau.com/products/relay-fm-coin

08-22

Liked: An Overview of Datalog

08-22

Liked: Javascript for Automation in macOS – Hacker Noon

08-22

Liked: blackgate/cljs-jxa-starter: Cocoa JXA(Javascript Automation) Hello World Application, written in ClojureScript.

08-22 How I interact with Micro.blog
08-21 Pure functions
08-21

Liked: The Weird, Complicated, Sexist History of Pockets

08-21

Liked: The Politics of Pockets - Racked

08-21

Liked: The Gender Politics of Pockets - The Atlantic

08-21

Liked: How small women’s pockets are, visualized | The Outline

08-21

Liked: unmaintainable-code/README.md at master · Droogans/unmaintainable-code

08-21

I’m really loving Splatoon 2 this far!

08-20 My writing workflow
08-17

Liked: Stevey’s Blog Rants: Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns

08-17 Clojure
08-17

Liked: krisajenkins/yesql: A Clojure library for using SQL.

08-16

08-16 Dash
08-15 Little Snitch
08-14

Liked: history-of-lisp-parens/editors.md at master · shaunlebron/history-of-lisp-parens

08-14

Liked: When I don’t recommend Clojure – vemv.net

08-14

Liked: Gonzih/cljs-electron: ClojureScript + Electron + Figwheel + Reagent = ❤❤❤

08-14 Review of the AlphaSmart Neo2
08-14

Liked: The Ultimate Guide To Clojure REPLs | The Ultimate Guide To Clojure REPLs Guide

08-14

Liked: Clojure - Programming at the REPL: Introduction

08-14

Liked: bhauman/rebel-readline: Terminal readline library for Clojure dialects

08-13

Liked: How to deal with dirty side effects in your pure functional JavaScript

08-13

Liked: React’s Render Props Pattern - RWieruch

08-13

Liked: Jean MacDonald - A Guide to Micro.blog For People Who Have A Love/Hate Relationship With Twitter

08-13 A lens similar to a 50mm on a full frame camera is not tele and it is not a portrait lens.
08-10

Liked: ClojureScript Synonyms

Awesome page with a bunch of examples of the same code in JavaScript and ClojureScript

08-10 Where Lightroom CC have to improve.
08-09

Liked: figwheel.main template | figwheel-main-template

08-09

Liked: Tutorial | figwheel-main

08-09 Learning Clojure could make you a better Java or C# programmer.
08-09

Liked: Clojure job at Apple

08-09

Liked: https://blog.emojipedia.org/emojiology-grimacing-face/

08-09

Liked: Blogging with Emacs org-mode

08-09

Liked: Lisp: Common Lisp, Racket, Clojure, Emacs Lisp - Hyperpolyglot

08-09

Liked: OmniFocus 3 for Mac Sneak Peek | Rosemary Orchard

Just got my invite, can’t wait to really start using the new tags.

08-08 SQL Injections
08-08

Liked: hugoduncan/clj-ssh: SSH commands via jsch

I’ve used this for a few internal automating a few server maintenance tasks.

08-08

Liked: TLDR pages

08-08

Liked: A simple introduction to Python’s asyncio – Hacker Noon

This is a no-buzzword first principles introduction to the asyncio library in Python.

08-07

Liked: MacDrifter: OmniFocus 3

08-07

Liked: Rollup v. Webpack v. Parcel

08-07

Instapaper — The next ten years of Instapaper

We are very sorry for the extended downtime and, as a token of our apology, we are giving six months of Instapaper Premium to all EU users affected by the outage.

08-07

What a nightmare: G Suite and G Suite Happy Ending.

This feature seems like a bad idea to me, and I think Google have a job to do to make sure that people actually understand what they are doing.

08-07

Liked: A little Clojure-like LISP in JavaScript.

08-07 Ignore what they say, watch what they do.
08-07

Liked: A practical introduction to functional programming

08-07

Liked: Little Lisp interpreter

08-07

Liked: Where Vim Came From

08-06

Liked: Apple has removed Infowars podcasts from iTunes

08-06 Back to Spacemacs.
08-04

Text Expander and Emacs doesn’t play that nice together out of the box, because of keyboard input related reasons. The snippet below makes a lot nicer. Not perfect, but better.

08-04

Liked: WTF is this - Understanding the this keyword, call, apply, and bind in JavaScript

08-04

Liked: GitHub - klauscfhq/taskbook: Tasks, boards & notes for the command-line habitat

08-03

Two of my favourite SQL libraries for Clojure: SQL Korma and HoneySQL.

08-03 Cloud standards
08-02

I finally got arround to ordering a Nintendo Switch about a week ago, and it is awesome. This is the first modern “handheld” Nintendo device I have used that feel modern, both in terms of design and graphics. It is great, but it feels more like an “iPad” than an “iPhone”, unlike the Nintendo 3DS. And I think I would have preffered something a tiny bit smaller, because I mostly use it as a handheld device while communting etc.

08-01 Clojure needs its Django / Rails moment.
07-31 Having all the lenses I need.
07-30 Battery Hell
07-27 Editors I use
07-26 Everyone else is not an argument
07-25 Clojure: Macro vs Function
07-24 Using the Cloudinary APIs from Clojure
07-23 Minimalism
07-21

I can’t wait until Flickr and the Yahoo account crap are gone.

07-20 Clojure on the Apple Runtime.
07-19 REPL
07-18 Life without Dropbox
07-17 Keyboard Maestro
07-16 Edit for iOS
07-13 The Blackwing 602
07-13 Do you need to know Java to code in Clojure?
07-12 New Camera Bags
07-12 Cursive.
07-12

I can’t wait to see how the new MacBook Pro keyboards hold up after people have been using them for a while.

07-12

Malcom Gladwell’s podcast ads makes me kind of uncomfortable

07-12

Are there some kind of football thing going on?

07-11 Fujion 23mm F2
07-11

07-10 Linux Backup Strategy
07-09 How I sync my dot files
07-09

07-06 Camera bags are hard.
07-06

The AlphaSmart Neo is so cool.

07-06

I love watching the AlphaSmart transfer text into Emacs 😍

07-06

07-06

07-06

Learn edn in Y Minutes

07-05 Camera design
07-04 Finding the lenses you need.
07-04

Got my Classroom friendly sharpener today. It’s awesome!

07-04

07-04

I can see my Apple Watch battery life being significant worse as I’m approaching the two year mark.

07-04

Every time I see someone arguing for why choosing your own gender is “wrong”, I see some desperate person hiding under flawed arguments and logic to avoid something they are very uncomfortable with.

07-03 Why I prefer primes to zooms.
07-03

The world have spent too much energy making sure white straight cis men like myself are comfortable

07-02 Priorities in Software Development
07-02

New mug

07-02

New job 1st of September

07-02

06-29 Getting started with Emacs
06-29

Vacation time!

06-29

Yay! New episode of the HelloCode podcast

06-29

Fork seems like a good alternative to Tower.

06-28 Lightroom CC
06-28

Tower, the awesome git app for Mac and Windows are moving to a subscription model. I’m not against subscriptions. Seriously. I’m not. But I’m not going to subscribe to Tower, because I think it is too expensive. The yearly price will be the same as I have paid for both versions up to this date. I would not have any problems with the subscription if it was somewhere between $20 and $25 a year.

06-27 LISP
06-26 Getting into web development
06-26 Being forced into a structure
06-25

Using keyboard maestro to auto tune images because Lightroom CC don’t have real batch editing yet

06-22 The Power Broker
06-21 My next MacBook.
06-20 Picking the right language for your project.
06-20

Ordered a 144 pack of Golden Bears.

06-19 Making Code Faster
06-19

Who Uses EMacs to read mail? - emacs

06-18 Everything on GitHub
06-16

The keybase logo is too cute

06-15 Optimise for the problems you have.
06-15

I’d love it if micro.blog sent out some follow recommendation once a week, based on who those I follow follow that I don’t follow

06-15

Seems like Spacemacs is much less of a dumpster fire since the last time I checked it out.

06-14 My custom Emacs.d
06-14

Edit for iOS is better than I hoped.

06-14

Not to confuse my earlier advice about meditation apps, I still consider Headspace to be the best place to start, but I have enjoyed the built in breathe app on the watch a lot lately.

06-13 1Password X
06-12 Apple Watch
06-11 The Apple Sportsband
06-09

I’m not a fan of the App Store pre-order

06-08 Apple custom CPUs?
06-07 Twitter.
06-06 Reason React
06-06 Getting started with ClojureScript.
06-06

Like: GitHub - Lokeh/reagent-context: Easy access to React context in ClojureScript & Reagent

06-06

Let’s test out Safari Technology Preview for a while.

06-05 Chrome vs Firefox
06-05

The only thing I’m excited about after the WWDC keynote is the dark mode and the anti tracking stuff in Safari.

06-04 Autojump
06-04

WWDC Keynote iOS Wishlist:

  • Terminal.app
  • Emacs.app
  • Homebrew
06-04

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

06-01 Journaling
06-01

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

06-01

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

Let’s get some shit done.

05-31 The Apple Password Dialog on iOS
05-31

05-31

05-31

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

05-30 Firefox extentions
05-29 Moving to Doom Emacs have made it simpler
05-29

One of the problems with digital photography is that it is so easy to end up with 30 000 pictures shot over 4 four years; and that is after you have deleted a lot of them. I have spent a lot of time the last 8 months or so trying to get rid of as much of the “noise” in that collection as possible. It will probably take a while before I get there. You get rid of 75%, then you give it some time, and repeat it until you can’t remove anything more without loosing something you really care about.

Some people think that machine learning or what ever will solve this problem. It might, for some or to some degree. But I still think we have to do the manual work of deciding what to keep or not. It requires a lot of work, like everything else worth doing.

05-29

My favourite thing about my “post DayOne” life is being able to journal with Org-Journal by hitting ESC SPC ojj in emacs. To journal in my text editor makes it far more likely that I do it, than when it is a separate app.

05-28 Doom Emacs
05-26 Test
05-26

I might be very cynical, but I love how Billions portraits everyone as the bad guys.

05-25 The ArchLinux Wiki
05-24 How to fix C# Auto complete in VS Code and Emacs.
05-23 OmniFocus vs Things
05-23

New camera bag

05-22 Python rant.
05-21 Goodbye DayOne
05-21 Bye Facebook
05-18 Dont use Git like a glorified Dropbox
05-17 Learn LISP
05-17

What I love about Lightroom CC is that my computer is useable while it is syncing, and that time takes about the same time Classic used to generate all kinds of previews.

05-17

It should be illegal to put “chilli” on something if it isn’t even a little bit spicy 😫😤🙄

05-17

I think my neighbors are judging me for not bothering to putting on a suit for 17th of May.

05-17

Okay. I have tried a few times to go back to twitter and to follow a few people I miss here on Micro.blog. But I can’t stand it. I’m not sure what it is. But it feels so toxic. I’m not sure what it is.

05-16 Helm vs Ivy
05-16

The 23mm f2 is an awesome snapshot lens.

05-15 Adjusting podcast playback speed..
05-15

There is one thing I hate about my current work situation, some asshole makes it impossible for me to bring my dog into the office.

05-15

Every time I see a Tesla I think: I hope someone shoot me if I consider buying one

05-15

I’m thinking about testing out Keybase as an option to Slack at work.

05-15

Clojure❤️

05-15

Ordered a 23mm for my Fuji last night; and two new photo bags.

05-14 Another 35mm vs 50mm rant.
05-13

Test

05-11 Discovering pain points.
05-11

Building, Running, and the REPL | Clojure for the Brave and True > Clojure was forged in a mythic volcano by Rich Hickey. Using an alloy of Lisp, functional programming, and a lock of his own epic hair, he crafted a language that’s delightful yet powerful.

05-10 How homebrew is better than most package managers
05-10

Anyone with opinions about text expansion in Emacs?

05-10

05-10

Hmm the Golden Bear might be the only pencil I use as I run out of other stuff.

05-09 Going back to 1Password
05-09

I’m starting to feel the itch to read philosophy again

05-09

I’m probably a little bit late to this but I do not get Gnome3.

05-09

Upgraded my Thinkpad today; larger SSD and 16GB of memory. I’m going to experiment more with using it for work this spring / summer.

The process went much faster than I expected because of some dd and file system resizing magic.

Also: got a new ink today.

05-08 The Python 2 to 3 transition.
05-07 How to optimise.
05-07

05-07

The memory upgrade and new SSD for my Thinkpad arrive tomorrow 😬

05-04 Travel mugs
05-04 AIrPods First Impressions
05-04

@hjertnes You don’t have a freaking drivers license and you’re listening to a trucking podcast?!?

05-03 Some thoughts about companies, governments and Facebook / CA.
05-03 Slowing down podcasts.
05-03

America. Why is the abbreviation for Virginia VA?

05-03

Like: Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein invented the emoji Quartz

05-03

This looks really interesting: Bitwarden

05-02 On my CMS
05-02

05-02

New pencil sharpener, two packs of new pencils and AirPods all arrived today.

05-02

@jack You have / had the Fuji 23mm f2 lens?

05-02

MY PENCILS WILL ARRIVE TODAY!

05-02

It’s too much fun to make Emacs start faster…

05-01 Arq
04-30 On keeping your front end and back end code separate.
04-27 On using the DOM API
04-27

Automattic should buy Tumblr

04-26 Going analog only?
04-26

Every time I read some article or book about some new and amazing software development methodology or office / no office work system I pick up on some useful information. But the thing about all of them are that what works for your team or company depends on what you and the people you work with.

For some teams it wouldn’t matter if they were located in the same area or not, because they only talk over Slack. While others have too much “meat space” collaboration for it to work. Some people think working for home is the best. While others can’t deal with it. The perfect for me would be to do it like half of the time.

The same goes for agile. I know developers that can design and build features themselves and developers that can’t do anything unless someone give them drawing and descriptions of everything.

Pick up on the details you and your co workers like and build the mix that work for you. And hey you might get a book deal and write the next book I get annoyed at.

04-26

When I start the day with Flogging Molly, I usually move over to Dropkick Murphy’s before lunch.

04-25 Webpack
04-24 Pass: Im going back to 1Password
04-23 Project configuration.
04-23

The Field Notes pencil is actually good.

04-23

My girlfriend isn’t happy when I compare the local dialect to the swedish chef

04-21

It’s cool that SmugMug have bought Flickr. Flicker was awesome, but I stopped using it because the Yahoo authentication crap drove me nuts. Let’s hope they don’t fuck it up.

04-20 ES6 Proxies
04-19 How I use my Fujifilm x100.
04-19

Are there any good, fast, native OS X Slack clients with support for multiple teams?

04-19

Portacle. Pretty cool, but it’s just Emacs with some fancy wrapping.

04-18 My GitHub effort.
04-18

Look here if you have problems with Org Journal not opening the current day when you use M-x: org-journal-new-entry

04-17 Meditation
04-16 Promise.prototype.finally
04-16

I haven’t done micro Monday in a while, and I won’t today either. The reason is that I don’t want to just tell you guys to follow someone most of you already follow. But I’m going to spend more time in the discovery section and see if it leads me anywhere.

04-14

3,6s

04-14

Okay. Project of the day is to speed up how fast Hmacs starts with some use-package magic :)

04-13 The subscription software rant.
04-13

I’m very happy with my custom emacs config this far.

04-13

I don’t understand this huge ongoing “future of micro blog” conversation that started in response to the wavelength.

04-13

I need a travel wine glass

04-13

Bye Doom, bye Spacemacs. HMacs

04-13

Full Moon River is an awesome album.

04-12 How I draft blog posts.
04-12

Is GitHub a social network?

04-12

Twitter Archive Downloaded. Tweets being deleted.

04-12

I’m considering writing my own Emacs.d

04-11 How I brew Coffee
04-11

04-11

When I finally get around to buying a AlphaSmart: how much is too expensive?

04-11

What if Apple had 12, 13 and 15 inch MacBook models plus 13 and 15 inch MacBook Pro models? More or less the same except that the pro machines used the more powerful but more battery draining CPU’s.

04-11

The Sweet Setup: The best text editor for macOS: What a piece of shit.

04-10 Modern iPhones and headphones
04-10

Like: GitHub - hjertnes/generate-journal

04-10

I’m considering to write my own bookmarking service.

04-09 Giving Pass a shot.
04-09

I’ve started to bring Luna to the office, because reasons that aren’t that important. She’s not a huge fan of not being able to walk around as she wants and bothering who the hell she wants. But the first day went much better than expected. She was quiet most of the train rides and most of the time in the office. And she apparently hates the meeting room as much as I do.

04-09

My Doom Emacs Config.

04-09

I wonder who the orangutan will blame when he loses his re-election

04-08

Like: GitHub - hjertnes/photo-gen: A rewrite of my go photo gallery generator to Python, because I’ll work faster in it.

04-07

Re-listening The Power Broker audiobook for the third time. Still can’t make up my mind about if I like Moses or not.

04-07

@jack How is the keyboard on your X1 Carbon?

04-07

Home alone: Mac & cheese for breakfast.

04-06 Org-mode versus Taskapaper.
04-06 Doom Emacs Reference
04-06

Filling my Vanishing Point converter with a syringe.

04-06

Note to self: the emacs function Mu4e uses under Spacemacs to send email(e.g when you hit ,,) is message-send-and-exit

04-06

I have finally gotten around to setting up a patreon. If you like my blog or my github stuff any support would be very much appriciated. The more support, the more time I’ll have to spend on crazy stuff.

04-06

Favourite Doom Emacs trick: make compile pre-compiles most *el to improve speed.

04-06

It would be awesome to use messages on iOS to write to other apps and services.

04-06

It’s an Eagles of black metal kind of morning

04-06

Less than a week to go before my Facebook account is gone.

04-05 Mac OS X is the old, and iOS is the new.
04-05

Ahh. The reason mu4e was weird on Doom was that I had to install evil-mu4e.

04-05

I’m digging Doom Emacs. My config is not ready for day to day usage yet. But I’m confident I’ll get it there soon.

Why am I considering to switch from Spacemacs?

  • Prettier
  • Easier Layer/module system
  • Faster in general: both in terms of startup and general usage.

But I think it is a little bit harder to get into than Spacemacs, and keyboard shortcuts etc are different.

04-04 Newsletters
04-04

GitHub - hlissner/doom-emacs: An Emacs configuration for the stubborn martian vimmer

04-03 How to get into a standing desk.
04-03

I’m more excited about buying a Alphasmart Neo than I am about AR/VR

04-03

I’ll be 30 this year. Am I old enough to rock a Dr. House style cane?

04-03

I would sell my Spotify stocks today, if I had any

04-03

@jack I either take a lot of pictures or none.

04-02 Thoughts on Spacemacs after using it for a while.
04-02

Hello Org-journal, bye DayOne.

04-01

Where’s Waldo?

03-30 PinboardAdder
03-30 Installing Emacs 26 on Mac OSX using Homebrew.
03-30

Like: cd is wasting your time | News and podcasts for developers | Changelog

03-30

Like: Scalable and Performant ASP.NET Core Web APIs: Asynchronous Code - Carl’s Blog

03-30

Not all companies are created to be sustainable. Some can be built by small times, while others can’t. But it is important to remember that some want to build the company they’re going to work at for the rest of their life, while others want to get bought by Facebook.

03-30

Keybase is interesting, but I have a hard understanding it.

03-30

Like: https://linuxjourney.com/

03-30

Like: GitHub - sunainapai/makesite: Simple, lightweight, and magic-free static site/blog generator for Python coders

03-30

Ingri isn’t happy about me getting rid of Facebook.

03-30

Like: React v16.3.0: New lifecycles and context API - React Blog

03-30

03-29

Test

03-29

Hmm Emacs 26 seems faster

03-29

Installing Emacs 26

03-29
03-26 Micropub notes
03-23 My office setup
03-23

Bookmark: GitHub - hjertnes/just_another_cms

03-23

Back to 1Password

03-23

Men last night while browsing pencils.com: what the fuck is the deal with shoes?

03-22

When you change your profile picture and don’t recognize your own posts

03-22

Yawn

03-22

@hjertnes test

03-22

I’ll take iOS seriously when it includes terminal.app and Homebrew

03-22

Faster load time or a full JSON / RSS feed?

03-22

When I started to use Hugo, I told myself that I had to implement some kind of way to use existing apps in order to make it enjoyable. I really enjoy the Micro.blog apps and I really enjoy MarsEdit. The result is micropub and oldpub. Both of them are written in Python and Flask; they are also ready to be used in a public facing server.

The micropub server is really simple. It supports a few different contexts and uses IndieAuth for authentication. The way it works is that when you upload a image it uploads it to the appropriate location on your file system, and the micropub endpoint takes the data and turns it into a text file that Hugo uses to generate your website. I went with Python and Flask for this because it is very minimal and easy to use.

Oldpub is a implementation of the Wordpress XML-RPC API. I have only implemented the parts of it that I care about. How I ended up with Flask here is a result of a lot of Googling. There are some Ruby implementations of the MediaWeblog API, but none of them are complete enough to work in a production system. And I found a some example code for a implantation using Flask and Python. That code was the starting point. The big difference between this implementation and a typical database driven one is that it has to read files and folder structures instead of da SQL database. This means that the code is a little bit more complicated and slower. But thats fine, since the only purpose of these API’s are to publish to a blog.

The next step how I host and update my sites. All of my stuff are hosted on a Linode server, using docker. I’m not going to get too deep into the configuration of it, but NGINX hosts the static files for my Hugo sites, and runs in front of all my server software. And the way I update my Hugo sites is that all the content are in GitHub repositories, and I have a script that pulls changes, adds changes and pushes them up to GitHub before I rebuild the site. It is just a simple shell script that runs in cron every X minutes.

I’m not going to continue to use them myself however, because I’m working on my own CMS. But the current implementation works perfectly fine and I have used it for over a month.

03-21

Nikon FM, 50mm F1.8, Ilford HP5+@1600

03-21

Nikon FM, 50mm F1.8, Ilford HP5+@1600

03-21

I wonder what the minimum order would be for a custom Blackwing.

03-21

03-20

The moment when you realise you basically have 910 of a CMS and should just complete it.

03-20

03-20

Americans 🤦‍♂️

03-20

My little girl is going in for surgery today.

03-20
03-19 SD Cards
03-17

The hats from a handmaid’s tale would be the perfect “leave me alone” hat for when I’m traveling or sitting somewhere public

03-16 My Samyang 8mm f2.8
03-16

I fucking love the remake of The Jungle Book

03-15

Like: “https://medium.com/webpack/webpack-4-released-today-6cdb994702d4”

03-15

I love writing with this pencil, but I’m definitely going for the Blackwing 602 the next time. Even though the regular one looks so much cooler.

03-14

What’s a snow day?

03-13

I assume pencil sharpeners is a rabbit hole within my horizon

03-13

Got my soft blackwings. First time I’ve paid for pencils. So, what’s the recommended way to carry pencils?

03-13

I don’t need a 56mm f1.2 I don’t need a 56mm I don’t need a 56mm

03-13

Like: “Micro Monday”

03-13

Like: “GitHub - hjertnes/micropub-layer”

03-13

Test

03-12 Fujifilm 35mm f2 versus 50mm f2
03-12
03-12

I think I’m going to add a context to my micropub server called “facepalm-of”

03-12

Like: “Urn

03-11

@hjertnes testing mentions

03-11

Like: “GitHub - alevchuk/vim-clutch

03-11

Finally another season of Jessica Jones.

03-11

tp2org I put together a simple taskpaper to org script, because I prefer writing in taskpaper, while I prefer org mode as a task management solution.

03-10

Like: “The Lost Art of the Makefile”

03-10

Like:

03-10

@eli What’s the best micropub clients?

03-10

Like: “Emacs Theme Creator”

03-10

In reply to: “GitHub - hjertnes/micropub”

Added support for replies and likes last night.

03-10

Like: “Spacemacs

03-09 The new React Context API
03-09

I guess I’m looking at it differently when I say GitHub is great when we are hiring compared this this guy.

I ignore the social media aspects, and look for source code that can give me an insight into how good the candidate is.

03-09
03-09
03-09

I’ve updated oldpub to work with the MarsEdit file uploading and updated micropub to work more elegantly with proper token validation through IndieAuth.

Oldpub is tailored to make it possible to use MarsEdit with static site generators like Hugo, and Micropub is a Micropub server for generators like Hugo.

The former is done as far as I’m concerned. It pretends to be Wordpress. Micropub on the other hand is something I intend to put more work into, and to make it a full featured micropub server.

Both are written in Python 3 and Flask.

03-08 Programming languages in 2018
03-08

I’m going to give Safari a try as my default browser for a while. Chrome is a little bit weird at the moment, Firefox is fine, but the memory usage is ridiculous and it looks like shit.

03-08

Now?

03-08

another one?

03-08

tester

03-08

Test

03-08

I hit my daily Move goal for the 365th time on my #AppleWatch.

03-08

Imagine that Excel itself was implemented in its macro langauge: that is the power of Emacs.

03-08

As we move into this more and more divided world, where the moderate gets more and more ignored, and not just in politics I think we are missing something.

I see a lot of people ignoring a simple details. And they are not dumb, just a little bit let’s say “unreflected”.

People do things because they have reasons for doing them. As their horizon of understanding changes they chose differently than they used to.

This is the reason politicians and other leaders don’t do what they said when they tried to get elected.

You don’t need to agree with the choices, or the reasons for doing something. But keep in mind that most people have reasons they do what they do. And very rarely they do something just to be evil or terrible.

03-07 Merged Hjertnes.blog and JStips.blog
03-07

Editing files with Emacs and Tramp over SSH is freaking awesome. Where have this been my whole life?

03-07

I fucking hate working form home when there are other people here.

03-06 Fast development versus reliability
03-06

I’ve changed the Overcast playback settings back to 1x, after using the max playback speeds for years.

Why? I’m trying to be more intentional on what I do and how I do it this year.

03-06

Awesome Clojure book I’ve been reading for the last few days : Clojure for the brave and true

03-05 Web Development in 2018
03-05 Using a higher order function to deal with exceptions
03-05 Testing your web app
03-05 How to get into programming.
03-05

03-04

I’ve been looking for a good replacement for Django for a while. What I like about Django is that you get everything you need to build a database backed backend out of the box. What I don’t like is how bad of a fit Python is for functional programming, and because the type system isn’t that great.

Clojure seems like the best option I’ve tested out this far.

03-02 Optimising your Web app
03-02 A single Apple OS
03-02

Decided to pretend like I’m a designer and write some styling for my micro blog last night.

03-02

I have been trying to get into meditation for a very long time. I think some of my first attempts where back in 2009. It have been difficult to identify what is important and not. And I gave up after reading countless books. The “breathing” app on my Apple Watch got me back into it, and I used the Oak app for a while. Before I started to use Headspace a few days ago. It is awesome. And I would encourage anyone that want to get into it to check it out.

03-01 Why I shoot film
03-01 When to do client side and when to do server side
03-01

Three things I want from a future X-Pro 3:

  • In body stabilisation.

  • Larger battery

  • Quieter shutter.

03-01

Gnu Artanis. A Web Framework for Guile (the GNU Scheme implementation).

03-01

Dear designers: can you please stop hiding the fucking sign-in button.

Thanks.

03-01

Testing out Firefox, for the first time since the Chrome Mac Beta. It’s fast, but damn it is ugly.

03-01

Hot tramp, I love you so! 🎵👩‍🎤

03-01

Yawn

02-28 Hugo?
02-28 CSS Grid
02-28

@aleen

02-28

This is too much fun: KD Pro Disposable Camera

02-28

GoDaddy is a weird thing to call your company.

02-28

Oldpub. I just completed the first “working” version of my Wordpress XML-RPC server. It is far from perfect, and far from complete. But it works with MarsEdit for plain text posts.

02-28

Working on a Wordpress XML-RPC compatible server that you can use with Hugo etc.

02-27 Object.entries
02-27

Just deleted Spark from my phone.

02-27

Starting to use my Image Gallery Project in order to figure out what I miss.

02-27

The street sign right outside my house aka my favourite bokeh testing spot. Shot with my Nikon FM, E-Series 50mm F/1.8 with Ilford HP5+ pushed to 800.

02-27

Luna. Shot with my Nikon FM, E-Series 50mm F/1.8 with Ilford HP5+ pushed to 800.

02-26 What makes a good “street” lens
02-26 Default parameters
02-26

The single thing I hate reading in support communication (especially if it’s a open source project) the most: read the documentation.

02-26

@jack have you looked at elfeed ?

02-26

Hugo is pretty awesome. I really love that I don’t have to make up any weird hacks to make scheduling work.

02-26

First day back at work. This might be the time to get back into standing at my desk, because it is more comfortable to stand than to sit.

02-26

hjertnes/PinboardAdder.

02-25

hjertnes/micropub

02-24

Stephen Fry has cancer. This hurts.

02-23 OmniSharp Server
02-23 Getting a list of values from a Object
02-23

Finally. I’m quite close to being happy with the Hugo setup.

02-23

02-23

@manton Have you documented on how to get the image uploading / posting from the official apps to work with a micropub server?

I can’t see any requests getting through to my server, only a error saying “Photo URL was blank”.

02-22 Dynamic object creating in JavaScript
02-22

Does it work?

02-22

@dgold Hugo question: how do I make it generate a RSS feed with more than 15 items in it?

02-22

02-21 Getting started with Spacemacs.
02-21 Getting started with Spacemacs.
02-21 Cool Array Method
02-21

@jack how do I create a regular page in Hugo?

02-21

@jack @dgold @amit I blame all of you, when I end up spending a lot of time moving to hugo

02-21

Jack Baty Daniel Goldsmith Amit Gawande I blame all of you if I move to Hugo

02-21

☕️😍🤤

02-21

Reading a Emacs book on my iPhone in the hospital bed. I miss my laptops…

02-21

America. You have a constitutional right for the right to bear arms and not one for the right to protest?

02-21

Feeling much better after the surgery. The wounds after the surgery hurts. But this is a hell of a lot better than the constant head ache and fever I had before.

02-21

I feelt like a Spider-Man villain when they were preparing me for the operation last night. Wires and tubes going everywhere and fancy equipment everywhere

02-20 Cool string methods
02-20

I survived

02-20

Hugo users: are there any plugin support?

02-20

@jack was the emacs hugo “app” good?

02-19 Lightroom and previews
02-19 Immutable.js
02-19

The latest in hospital fashion

02-17

Cleaning my office, and found my iPhone 4s. Still my favourite.

02-17

@helgeg where would I start if I was going to get into fancy keyboards?

02-16 My Terminal Setup
02-16 ESNext Proposal
02-16

@jack what’s your favourite 35mm films?

02-15 Using a Super Class to share code between components.
02-15

Jesus fucking Christ America. Get rid of that damn arcane futile hillbilly amendment now.

02-14 Redux Developer Tools Extention
02-14

I closed my Exercise ring seven days in a row and earned this Heart Month award. #AppleWatch #CloseYourRings

02-14

@eli Just installed miniflux, does it refresh feeds automatically in the background?

02-14

I installed “Bobby” in my iPhone and realised all the lenses I could buy with the money I spend on subscriptions.

Cancel time.

02-13 React Dev Tools
02-12 MarsEdit 4
02-12 ECMAScript standardisation Stages
02-12

@jack what’s your go to org mode app on iOS?

02-12

It’s Micro Monday again. This week I recommend that everyone follow @patrickrhone, and buy all of his books while you’re at it. They are all fantastic. All I have to say is that he is one of my all time favourite people.

02-11

Every time me and Ingri go to a Cinema we have the same discussion: should the popcorn last the majority of the movie or be what you eat while killing time until the movie starts

02-10 Camera lens rant.
02-10

@jack The layer is working now, if you want a simpler .spacemacs. 🙂

02-10

Test

02-09 Why I use Overcast
02-09 The single most important resource for web developers
02-09 Smarter power management on iOS
02-09 For await of
02-09 A digital Leica.
02-09

There are many things I don’t like about “serverless”, and there are also some stuff I like about it. But the main thing is that it looks very proprietary. In contrast to my Node, Django and .NET Core apps: they run everywhere on Linux, and probably Windows with some minor changes.

02-09

M-x butterfly 😂

02-09

@jack do you know if it is possible to exclude old e-mails with isync/mu/mu4e?

02-09

@eli I think I might have referred to you by the wronger gender at least once in past, sorry about that. Probably because Eli is a female name in Scandinavia.

02-09

I need a bigger room to play around with this on my Nikon FM.

02-09

@manton have you though about adding a tip jar?

02-08 JavaScript Editors
02-08

My favourite design detail on old Nikon film cameras is that you use a coin to unscrew the battery cap.

02-08

@jack Have you ever pulled HP5 to 100 or 200?

02-08

This roll of HP5 looks like a lot of “what the fuck did I do?”

02-08

I really enjoy using mu4e as my e-mail client.

02-07 Documenting the commands you need in your project.
02-07

@jack You were right, isync is way better and mu4e is AWESOME.

02-07

Offline IMAP works fine with FastMail. Work Gmail? Nah.

02-07

Just ordered some modern SD cards, and some old school “SD cards” aka a few rolls of Ilford HP5 and Delta 3200.

02-07

The Pen Addict Live 2018 - RelayCon Atlanta & Toronto

02-07

Waiting for Offline Imap to download all of my e-mail, before I become even weirder by using Emacs as my email client.

02-07

Macdrifter: 10 Steps For Buying a New Mac:

Feel comfort in your frugal choice not to add Final Cut for an additional $400.

02-07

☕️

02-06 Axios
02-06

@jack have you looked into using emacs for email?

02-06

Ingri: Put on a nice shirt today

Me: I’m wearing my Daring Fireball shirt.

Ingri: ??

02-06

@manton Are there any special rules for the Daily Blogger? Besides that replies don’t count? (I think I’m at Day 30)

02-06

The medium login modal are driving me nuts. I wonder if there is a chrome extension to disable it?

02-06

@manton Love the support for scrolling further back in the timeline!

02-05 Wakatime
02-05 Javascript Weekly
02-05

02-05

I want more Micro Monday recommendations! And I also want more Micro Monday diversity

02-05

Dunce #3 by Jens K Styve — Kickstarter

02-05

Damn. Sketch is awesome.

02-05

I decided in the end of December that I had to do something about the ridiculous amount of e-mail I’m receiving. So, I decided to re-start something I did a few years ago: Unsubscribe from one thing every week day.

My hope is that I will notice a decrease in the e-mail noise over the next few months.

02-05

It’s Micro Monday again. I recommend everyone to start following @colinwalker, I think he was one of the first people I started following here on Micro.blog. If you are interested in IndieWeb, tech or philosophy it will be a follow worthwhile

02-04

Love the recent timeline changes, I might be able remove the micro blog timeline subscription from my RSS client soon

02-04

I think my choice to get a ThinkPad instead of a iPad Pro was the correct one, and the more I invest in extending Emacs instead of some app I get more confident that it was the right one for me. Probably not the right one for most people, but the right one for me.

02-03

WordPress.el.

02-02 iPhone 8 Plus
02-02 Interesting language that compiles to JavaScript
02-02

What is a super bowl?

02-02

Do we need to bring the subscribe back or is proper auto discovery enough?

02-02

LG really know how to give their products awesome names: “LG 27” LED 4K 27UD88-W”

02-02

PaintCode:

Turn drawings into Swift code with PaintCode 3

02-02

When I find a book that isn’t available for Kindle or on Audible I get annoyed and think: “you got to be fucking kidding me, this is insert-current-year-here?!”

02-01 SQLite.swift + App Groups
02-01 Awesome Babel Plugin
02-01

It looks like the monthly challenge stuff is a little bit buggy

02-01

I think the rush of finally getting something dumb to work after struggling with it for hours if not days is the reason I’m a developer.

01-31

Xcode X at WWDC? 🤔

01-31

01-31

A great episode of The Omni Show.

01-30 Exception handling.
01-30

Hello World?

01-30

@jack I fixed the mb.el issue you added.

01-30

I guess this will be a week with a lot of podcast skipping, because I don’t give a shit about the HomePod

01-29 Yarn vs NPM
01-29 Spacemacs
01-29

@eli are there a built in package manager for nvim?

01-29

🤔 Home - Neovim

01-29

Micro Monday. This week I recommend everyone to follow the awesome @belle she is one half of the startup Hello Code. They make one of my favorite apps Exist and the Hello Code podcast is awesome.

01-28

Love this line from a GitHub profile bio “Proud owner of 50 terrible public repos.” Share your crappy code. Someone might love it.

01-28

One of my goals in 2018 is to ship a iOS app

01-28

Some pictures of me and Luna not too long after we got her.

01-28

I start to think about the ethics of using some rhetorical devices every time I use some of them like sarcasm or over exaggeration to make a point and someone don’t understand it.

Part of my personality is to talk in a way where one should not read what I write or hear what I say sentence by sentence. This means that you will probably not understand what I’m talking about, if you do so.

For example yesterday, when I compared using Windows or Android to the torture of a really strict diet. Does this mean that I would rather go on a really strict diet than using Windows? No. It just means that Windows(and Android) is my least favourite operating system. And when I say “Visual Studio is the only acceptable reason to use Windows”, this means that I think it is acceptable to use Windows when there are some really good piece of software that you need that only run on Windows.

On one side is it not fair to the world that I talk and write in a way they don’t understand. But on the other side: is it fair to me that I hide or edit part of my personality away?

01-27

A new picture of an old friend.

01-26 Superstruct
01-26 Future MacBook Pro
01-26

@eli how did it go with Spacemacs?

01-26

Two of my all time favourite desktop wallpapers:

01-26

Found out that I added a former incarnation of my blog in DayOne. Wrote a small python script and imported it into the Hjertnes.blog WordPress install.

01-25 Testing Out Sunlit
01-25 Optimizing React-Redux
01-25

Onward for The Cramped – The Cramped

I don’t post things for the sake of posting things to keep you “engaged” with our “content”.

01-25

Picked up the diploma for my philosophy bachelor today, because going to the actual graduation sounded like torture. And it took me six months to pick it up, because I care more about the journey than the destination.

I’m still proud of the B I got in Wittgenstein studies though.

01-25

2017-12-11

Grainy as fuck, but a great black and white film.

2017-12-31

My analog kit. Nikon FM and Series E 50mm f/1.8

01-25

@belle checked out the podcast a few days ago. It’s awesome!

01-25

Let’s see how this looks.

01-24 React Fragments.
01-24

01-23 Handling errors in React
01-23

01-23

I’m not that interested in the smart speaker stuff. Also, I’m more or less 100% sure that my dogs and fiancé wouldn’t appreciate listening to geeky podcasts as much as I do.

01-23

@hjertnes test

01-23

I just got my invite to the Drafts 5 beta. Drafts have been one of my all time favourite iOS apps, I’m pretty sure I have used more or less every single point release of it. And I continue to enjoy it quite a lot.

The idea behind it is very simple: just start writing and worry about where it goes later. What makes it powerful is how you can define your own actions. In the past it was limited to url actions. While powerful, you were limited to sending the text to applications on your iOS device that had implemented a url scheme.

A url scheme is just a way where apps can define their own “protocol”, you could think of http:// as a url scheme claimed by Safari, 1Password used to have a 1p:// scheme (or something like that) in the old days to make it easier to open stuff in the 1Password in-app browser. This was way before extensions in mobile Safari.

Version five brings this to the next level by adding integrated support for talking to web services; this is done through JavaScript. This means that you could post directly to Micro.blog or your WordPress site instead of having to first send it to the WordPress app or Micro.blog app and then publish it from there.

It looks great, and I can’t wait. And it looks like more of the heavy lifting have been taken care of, compared to if you wanted to do something similar using Pythonista.

01-22 What’s next
01-22 Spacemacs
01-22 New blogs
01-22

Installing SilverFast always drives me nuts. The installation process is designed as bad as the software itself. Download a new copy (because the one included with the scanner is outdated). Make sure the scanner is connected to the computer. Then type in a long serial number, before you need to insert the original installation media for it to verify that you actually have the original CD or DVD.

It requires two USB-A to USB-C adapters plus a USB CD Drive to install the damn thing on a modern MacBook Pro.

01-22

It’s micro Monday again. This week I recommend @jack. A awesome follow, especially if you are into photography, analog stuff or emacs.

01-21

01-21

I’d pay good money for an iOS version of MarsEdit

01-21

@manton have you gotten a chance to take a look at my 24 hour clock feature request?

01-21

What’s the go to WordPress client on iOS these days?

01-21

@jack your 56mm is the apd or non APD?

01-21

Let’s see if it works like I wanted it to this time?

01-21

01-20 Hello world!
01-20

Test from WordPress

01-20

It’s strange how much money I have spent on owning a car, while at the same time not knowing how to drive one.

01-19 Routing
01-19

There have been so many meetings this week that I haven’t done any coding at all…

01-18 Hiding or removing?
01-18

I’ve been shooting with both my x100t and my X-Pro 2 today. I prefer the X-Pro 2 in almost every way. Don’t get me wrong the x100 is awesome. But I prefer some of the more advanced features of the X-Pro 2. And, while I appreciate how quiet the leaf shutter of the x100 is, I prefer the clunk of regular one.

I need to get me one of those 23mm f2 lenses though, because while I prefer the 35 most of the time, the 23 is awesome when you are very close on what you want to shoot. A 50 is good when you want to chose what to include, while a 35 is awesome when you just want as much as possible of it, without it being too much.

01-17 Component Design
01-17

I’m not sure if I’m going to re-configure Spark, after my OS X re-install. I’m going to stick with webmail for a while.

01-17

Weird thought.

What if Amazon combined their recommendation engine with photo hosting and a dating service?

01-17

Installed the new firmware for my X-Pro 2 last night. It’s kind of weird that they actually add new features and improve the existing ones. Canon would never do that, and Sony would just release a new camera.

01-17

My favourite OS X hacks: map caps lock to shift and hiding desktop icons.

01-17

I’m not reinstalling the Slack app.

01-16 Structure
01-16

Bye bye productivity – the next 12 hours. I decided to do a fresh install on my MacBook Pro.

01-16

Every time I use the portrait mode on my iPhone I end up reaching for my X-Pro 2

01-16

Testing out feedbin, it feels like cheating

01-16

01-16

“fucking snow…”

01-16

[Top 5 BuJo Ideas in 2017 - Bullet Journal](http://bulletjournal.com/top-5-bujo-ideas-2017/) 🤦‍♂️ Write Bullet Journal like every other self respecting adult would.

01-15 Webpack
01-15 Spacemacs
01-15

It’s my first Micro Monday participation. If you don’t already, start following [@eli](https://micro.blog/eli) her links are the best!

01-14

[hjertnes/mb.el: A Emacs Lisp function to post to Micro.blog’s](https://github.com/hjertnes/mb.el)

01-14

I’m going to do my best to not make jokes about checks and health care in America this year.

01-14

01-13

[This](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLal92cwX3CEBTq2T5E-zjg) is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a very long time. 😂

01-13

Annoyance of the day: people saying “pod”

01-13

01-12 Redux vs MobX
01-12

😂

01-12

01-11 MobX
01-11

01-11

Am I such a pin whore that I actually add a reoccurring task called “Post to Micro.blog” to todoist to get that “Daily Blogger” pin?

01-11

01-11

01-11

Is VIM 8 ’s native “package manager” really a package manager?

01-10 Redux Example
01-10

What kind of read it later service / app are you using?

01-10

Just deleted the 500px and Instagram apps

01-10

01-09 Redux
01-09

01-08 Micro.blog
01-08 Context
01-08

I’m pretty sure I won’t start developing my own film any time soon, but I really enjoy scanning the negatives myself.

01-05 Forms
01-05

01-04 Composition
01-04

I have deleted twitter from all of my devices, and I have signed out of Facebook on all of my devices. Let’s see how long this experiment last.

01-03 Higher Order
01-02 Don’t do this
01-01 Different kinds of components
01-01 Analog photography.

2017

12-31

12-31

12-29 React Component vs React PureComponent
12-28 Mirroing State to Props
12-27 Life Cycle Methods
12-26 PropTypes
12-25 The Shaddow DOM
12-25 My camera kit.
12-22 Keys
12-22

I thought I would share this little tip right before the holidays. When I assume those of you that believe in New Years Resolutions are planning them.

When ever I know that I should do something about something that requires a lot of doing the same thing many times over. Like changing a lot of passwords or unsubscribing from newsletters etc, I often to this thing where I just add a repeating task for it. As a much more approachable and less procrastination prone way to do something about it.

12-21 Interacting between components.
12-21

I’ve been testing out the new “Sensei” driven auto-tune function in Lightroom CC for the last hour or so, and I got to say it’s pretty damn great.

The auto-tuning feature of Lightroom have been a lot of “swing and a miss” over the years. When I started to use Lightroom in 2013 I thought it was usually making my pictures worse. Then a year later it got a lot better. It didn’t always improve the pictures, but some times it did.

This new machine learning driven approach seems to be working great. All the pictures I have tested it on this far looks better, than they did. Not always by a lot, but still better.

12-20 Refs
12-20

This ThinkPad with Arch Linux, Spacemacs and XMonad is awesome. It feels like a digital typewriter. No distractions, just writing.

12-20

The snow and ice is melting and I couldn’t be happier

12-19 setState
12-19

The latest version of Lightroom CC brings the file management features I was missing; it allows you to tell it to specify a location to store all of your originals that don’t count against the cache storage limit. In other words; it also brings a setting to store all smart previews locally. I think Lightroom CC is slowly turning into a much better version of Lightroom Classic.

12-18 The Perfect Lens
12-18 Props and state
12-16

I’ve put together this super simple shell script to make it easier to update all your Arch User Repository packages: [update-aur-sh](https://gist.github.com/hjertnes/5fa78829ef8104acf34479cff5c21517). The big if is that you need to check out all the AUR git repo’s to one folder, and just change the script to reflect where you place them.

I kind of wish there were some better built in tools to manage AUR packages though.

12-15 JSX
12-15

Anyone getting a iMac pro?

12-15

I was listening to the last episode of the [Road Work](http://5by5.tv/roadwork/93) this morning. Many people will probably not understand this, but I feel the same as John. I don’t really understand what “happy” is, and I never feel lonely.

12-15

12-14 React
12-14

Today is the day where I start to clean up in the 1TB black hole I’ve been throwing stuff into for way too many years (aka Dropbox)

12-14

Had this years last day at work yesterday. What’s the first thing I do when I get home? Started installing Arch Linux on my “new-old” Thinkpad.

12-13 What React is, and how it is different.
12-12 Learning React now and then.
12-12

Got my Pilot Metal Falcon today. First thought: why doesn’t the Vanishing Point have this converter?

12-12

[hjertnes/op-cli](https://github.com/hjertnes/op-cli). I’m working on a wrapper around the 1password cli.

12-11 React
12-11 Charging the iPhone 8 Plus
12-11

12-11

Looks like my Pilot Falcon will arrive tomorrow.

12-11

I’ve bought a second hand ThinkPad, because it’s been way too long since I played around with desktop Linux.

12-11

All the previews are generated in the cloud, or I do at least think they are. Which means that it may take more or less time before you can process your images after a import; it all depends on the speed of your internet connection.

For me, it took way less time when I imported two 64GB cards yesterday. But I have a very fast 120mbit connection.

12-11

The process of importing new photos into CC is much more streamlined than in Classic. It’s just add; not “move”, “copy” and “copy as DNG”. You just copy them in as is. I would prefer a option for them to be converted to DNG. But that might show up in the future.

12-11

The speed of navigating between photos in Lightroom CC seems to be roughly the same as in Classic. But the killer in terms of speed is that you don’t need to jump between library and “develop”. It will probably result in me editing way more of my photos than before.

12-11

Lightroom CC has the essential options, where the old Lightroom had options for every single possible thing imaginable. For example the old “export” have been replaced with a “Save To” with three options File Type, Location and Size. But my impression is that it is much slower than the old export.

12-10

I’m fairly happy with the experience of moving over to Lightroom CC this far. Uploads are as fast as I let them to be. And dealing with CC is far less complicated than Classic. No options during import and the previews are hidden under the hood.

There is also a downloader for those of us that want to make backups.

12-09

My first impressions after being in the process of importing all of my raw files into Lightroom CC is that it is that I wish LR was when I got started with it. It might not be what most power users want. But it looks promising.

12-08 Adding stuff to the prototype.
12-08

I think the basic premise of MeeToo is a good one, but what I don’t appreciate is the lack of understanding between the difference of harassment and sexual harassment. It seems to me that all harassment are treated as and discussed as the same.

12-07 Iterators
12-06 Promise Functions.
12-06

I’ve been very skeptical about Lightroom CC; especially about not having a copy of the images locally. But I think I’m going to give it a shot, now that I have enough bandwidth to do it. But, first I need to find out how to back it up.l

12-05 Pug
12-04 Spread
12-04 Review of my iPhone 8 Plus.
12-04

👌 Liked: [1Password CLI](https://app-updates.agilebits.com/product_history/CLI)

12-03

When I observe people discuss Net Neutrality I think back on the most important skill I got out of my philosophy degree. And that is to look for an understanding of all the different sides and to identify the different layers of opinion.

In this case you have those who think NN is a good idea, and you have those who don’t. And for those who think NN is the way to go you have different opinions regarding how to do it. Some think Title 2 is the best option, while others think that approach is a little bit too heavy handed.

I don’t have any particular opinions on how we get there. But I think that there shouldn’t be any differences. All traffic is treated equal. And ideally no transfer cap. You pay for a certain speed, and that’s it.

One of those typical “deals” I see from certain carriers that really annoy me is that “Spotify or Netflix doesn’t count against your data cap”.

It is a bad idea to have it if it is only limited to one service for music and one for movies. But would it be a problem if it was all music and movie streaming? As long as it was easy enough to be approved as either.

12-01 Import and Export
11-30 Moving code to gists
11-30 Immutability
11-30

I get why some people want an iOS laptop or iPad laptop. While at the same time realizing it would never be for me. I would be perfectly happy if Apple would make their keyboards reliable again. And maybe a SD card slot?

11-30

Should I connect the feeds of my blogs into micro.blog? 🤔

11-30

[You reap what you sow](https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/11/29/nazi-sympathizer-profiled-by-the-new-york-times-says-he-lost-his-job-and-soon-his-home/?utm_term=.3a55b39dcd93)

11-29 Adding elements to an array
11-29

I remember when I was very happy with like 10 good pictures out of a roll of film

11-29

When I wonder: why haven’t I spent much time on micro.blog this week, the answer is almost always in wakatime.

11-28 Splice
11-27 Slice
11-27

The emoji for American power outlets: 😮

11-26

Sanity is highly overrated.

11-26

My favourite thing about emacs is how easy it is to make a simple function that solves something that don’t work like you want it to, or something that takes too many steps

11-24 Template literals
11-24

11-23 Webpack
11-23

I’m not a fan of Turkey; neither the country or the dinner.

11-23

Every time I introduce someone to pingdom they “complain” about it being expensive. I think it is cheap, if you take into consideration that it discovers issues in 910 times before our customers does.

11-22 Intro to Express.
11-22

It snowed tonight, the big question at hand: when will it rain and turn it into a living hell?

11-21 jQuery in 2017?
11-21

11-21

I’m really enjoying the audiobook of Joe Biden’s book.

11-20 Looping without loops.
11-20 Fixing OpenSSL on High Sierra
11-20

Android fans, I’m sorry, but I can’t stand material design. It’s not bad, just not for me.

11-20

So, I decided to finally write a emacs command to post to Micro.blog.

This is how it works: write what you want to post in a buffer, M-x (space space) post2mb.

First, open a terminal and cd ~/.emacs.d/private && wget [raw.githubusercontent.com/tkf/emacs…](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/tkf/emacs-request/master/request.el) && wget [gist.githubusercontent.com/hjertnes/…](https://gist.githubusercontent.com/hjertnes/62f1acd0b85acb66755dd87c36401a27/raw/396402ae2385ccdc0c3426860d8220a5f7a7d3aa/mb.el)

Then, open ~/emacs.d/private/mb.el and find the following line :headers ‘((“Authorization” . “Bearer “)), you need to add a app token after Bearer; make sure there is a space between Bearer and your token.

Finally you need to open your spacemacs config: ~/.spacemacs, find the user-config and add the following two lines to it:

(load “~/.emacs.d/private/request.el”)

(load “~/.emacs.d/private/mb.el”)

Restar emacs an you should be set. Just open a new buffer, start writing and hit SPC SPC post2mb when you’re ready to post.

11-20

Hello Spacemacs

11-20

Hello World

11-18

11-17 Higher order Functions
11-17 Hello, World
11-17

11-16 Join
11-16

11-15 Sorting stuff with Javascript
11-15

To the untutored eye, Lisp is a strange programming language. In Lisp code there are parentheses everywhere. Some people even claim that the name stands for “Lots of Isolated Silly Parentheses” – An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp

11-15

11-15

Seeing people saying they are switching to Firefox makes me wonder: is this 2004?

11-14 Variables
11-14

11-14

Testing out a new text editor this week. I’m very happy with Spacemacs this far.

11-13 Workflow and Pythoninsta.
11-13 Being more mindful about what kind of functions you use where
11-13

11-12

Anyone tested out Lightroom CC?

11-12

11-11

11-11

11-10 Understanding the difference between functions and arrow functions
11-10

The only way to make sure I see everything going on at Micro.blog I have found so far, is to add my timeline feed to Feedwrangler.

11-09 Javascript is not syncronous; don’t treat it as such.
11-09

Just got my my new Apple Silicone case for my 8 Plus. It looks good, feels good, adds protection without too much bolk.

I personally think that Apple makes the three best cases for iPhone. The Silicone and the Leather Case is without doubt the best general case, and the Smart Battery Case is awesome; if you want a battery case.

Most of the cases I see out there looks pretty bad. Big and or ugly.

When it comes to the case or not question, I think that there was no need for a case, unless you needed extra battery before the 6 and 6 Plus.

But I think you need one with anything larger than a 5. And the fact that Apple makes cases for them, and not the 5 size or smaller speaks for itself.

You can blame it on the size or how slippery they are. But the larger phones need a case.

I used a red silicone case on my iPhone 6S Plus, until it fell apart, and then I used a leather case until the phone died.

And I ordered a new silicone case a few days after I got my new phone. I didn’t really consider anything but a Apple case, because they are the best.

11-08 Programming asynchronously
11-08

I always think “has Facebook a new authentication system?” when I see FaceID

11-07 Hello world!
11-07

Another week another American massacre

11-06 Programming asynchronously- Callbacks
11-05 App Review
11-05

11-04

F# or Clojure?

11-04

11-04

“Optimising your notation to not confuse people in the first 10 minutes of seeing it but to hinder readability ever after is a really bad mistake.” (David MacIver, via a post about Scala syntax).

11-03 What is babel?
11-03 What I got out of studing Philosophy.
11-02 Syntax.fm
11-02

I’ve only bought one Apple product on launch, my Apple Watch; and that was by accident.

11-01 Repl.it
11-01

11-01

11-01

Note to self: don’t start updating your Apple Watch when you have a train to catch.

11-01

New emojis 🤯

10-31 Looping over an Object
10-31

What’s the deal with pumpkin flavored anything?

10-31

“Sometimes, bad things happen, and there’s nothing that you can do about it. For these cases, Rust has the panic! macro. “ — The Rust Programming Language

10-31

iPhone Ex.

10-30 Object.assign
10-30 Basic Auth Sample
10-30

10-30

I can’t say that I love any of the iPhone X colors. The grey isn’t dark enough;and silver is silver. If I would get one, I’d get the silver. And that’s the first time I’ve considered anything except for black or grey. It helps that they have gotten rid of the horrible white frame

10-30

10-30

10-29 Interesting iOS 11 change.
10-28 A few thoughts about the iPhone 8 camera
10-28

10-27 For-of
10-27

My dogs. Luna is the big “Obama dog”, and the little one is Tara.

10-27

Not enough coffee or not enough sleep this week.

10-27

I do think the iPhone X is interesting, but I’m very happy that I ordered the 8 Plus instead because waiting for the X with a broken 6 Plus would have been very annoying. Not to mention how broken most apps will be until developers get a chance to update them.

10-26 Old School For loops
10-26

Hello World

10-25 What is ‘this’?
10-24 Arrow Functions
10-23 Value and reference types
10-22 Review
10-20 Understanding ForEach
10-19 Understanding Map
10-18 Understanding filter
10-17 Understanding find
10-16 Understanding Reduce
10-15 OS X
10-11 Welcome
10-08 The Power of Environment Variables
10-01 Node, Express and Passport
10-01 Apple Watch
09-24 Review
09-17 Review
09-11 Setting up a backend with Docker, Postgres, Express.
09-05 The art of SQL
08-29 Cloud backup in 2017
08-25 Book review
08-21 X-Pro 2
08-14 Analog Photography
08-12 What would a true digital Leica M look like?
08-10 X-Pro 2
07-06 X-Pro 2
07-06 X-Pro 2
06-28 The X-Pro2 battery life.
06-28 Fujifilm
06-17 My bag of stuff.
06-08 On giving Two Factor Authentication another go.
03-22 On updating passwords
03-20 Bear
03-17 Apple Watch
03-17 50mm-ish
03-03 USB-C
03-03 Fuji
01-13 Backing up
01-12 Matt Gemmell
01-11 Use your app
01-09 iTerm2 a review.
01-02 Todo.txt versus Taskpaper

2016

12-21 Less is more?
12-17 Three cameras, and the one I don’t use.
12-16 The Apple Silicone Case vs The Apple Leather Case.
12-13 Review B&O Beoplay H7.
12-09 My new Tom Bhin bag
12-05 On the new MacBook Pro Keyboard
11-29 The Apple USB-C Power Plugs.
11-26 First impressions of the 2016 MacBook Pro 13” With F-keys.
11-19 Git hosting
11-13 Good coffee
11-10 Review of my old 2013 Macbook Air
11-08 Macbook 2016
11-08 Hello World
01-01 Books I read in 2015

2015

12-11 Review The Apple Silicone Case
12-08 iPhone 6s Plus First Impressions
12-08 iPhone 5s Review
12-08 My pen blog.
12-06 iPad Pro Review
12-06 The TTY Delystified
12-06 The Sweet Setup
12-06 The Sweet Setup
12-06 The Brooks Review
12-06 The Brooks Review
12-06 Samantha Bielefeld is Victor Johnson
12-06 Macstories
12-06 Ideology
12-06 512 Pixels
11-12 Daring Fireball
11-09 Sen. Ted Cruz
11-07 Stephen King, Not Just the Guy Who Makes Monsters – The New York Times
11-07 Muffin.works
11-07 If This Article Was an Apple TV App, You Probably… | dot info
11-07 Dialing Down Cgp Grey
11-07 CGP Grey
11-07 Awt Facebook Forcing Some Team Members To Switch From Iphone To Android
11-07 1Password for Teams
10-26 Twitter tips for those who already use Twitter
10-26 Dot Info
10-26 Clang is the Next WebKit | kickingbear
10-22 Proved
10-22 Macsparky
10-22 Guide
10-22 Clean out a messy Open With menu in the Finder – Six Colors
10-22 ANT
10-21 The 1Password ‘leak’ is a storm in a teacup.
10-21 Seth’s Blog
10-21 Prevent Photos from Opening When You Connect an iOS Device in OS X El Capitan | Kirkville
10-21 512 Pixels review of The Magic Keyboard
10-20 inessential
10-20 Over 250 apps removed from App Store over private API use | iMore
10-20 Macdrifter
10-20 ANT
10-20 A magic mistake – BrettTerpstra.com
10-19 Stephen Hackett on Notes.app
10-19 How to create a personal podcast feed using Dropbox and JustCast – The Sweet Setup
10-19 Books to Make You a Better Writer — Tools and Toys
10-16 Finer Things in Tech
10-16 Apple launches stock grant program for all employees | iMore
10-15 Pixelenvy
10-14 Pragmatic app pricing – Marco.org
10-14 Just 158 families have provided nearly half of the early money for efforts to capture the White House.
10-14 Dot info
10-14 Building Twenty — Overcast’s not-quite-predatory pricing
10-14 Apple Magic Trackpad 2 review – Six Colors
10-14 Apple Magic Keyboard Review – Six Colors
10-12 The Brooks Review
10-12 Overcast 2.0
10-12 How to write a support request – BrettTerpstra.com
10-09 Ulysses
10-09 Bowers & Wilkins’ latest Zeppelin speaker goes wireless, adds support for AirPlay | iMore
10-08 patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » Not All Introverts Are Quiet
10-08 iPulse 3 • furbo.org
10-08 Brett Terpstra
10-08 An Illustrated History of Mac OS X
10-07 Tip
10-07 Porsche approves CarPlay for new 911, rejects Android Auto as Google demands too much data | 9to5Mac
10-06 patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » Some Thoughts On Solitude
10-06 Evernote is in deep trouble – Business Insider
10-06 Adobe Introduces New Features and New Apps in Big iOS Updates Today – MacStories
10-06 13 Great Writers Show Us What True Wisdom Really Is
10-05 The five extra words that can fix the Second Amendment – The Washington Post
10-05 The Cost of Mobile Ads on 50 News Websites – The New York Times
10-05 The Brooks Review
10-05 AWT
10-03 Tweetbot 4 Review
10-03 Macsparky
10-03 Apple
10-01 iFixit App Pulled from Apple’s Store | iFixit
10-01 Use Safari’s Responsive Design Mode in El Capitan | Kirkville
10-01 Omni’s Apps and El Capitan – The Omni Group
10-01 A useless analysis of OS X release dates | The Robservatory
10-01 4 Tips to Make The Most of Clipboard History – Alfred Blog
09-30 Twitter is reportedly planning to support posts longer than 140 characters | iMore
09-30 Russian police may be investigating Apple’s iOS emoji for ‘promoting homosexuality’ | iMore
09-30 OS X 10.11 Reviews
09-30 Jared Sinclair | Blog | Wishlist for Swift 3.0
09-30 Bartender 2 Arrives with New Features and Full El Capitan Compatibility – MacStories
09-30 Apple iPhone 6s vs iPhone 6s Plus Water Test! Is it secretly waterproof? A waterproof review. – YouTube
09-30 9 Quotes from Famous People About Sex
09-30 9 Quotes From Famous Musicians on Love and Life
09-29 Tip
09-29 The Deck & Tracking
09-29 The Brooks
09-29 Shut Up Is an iOS 9 Content Blocker to Hide Comments on the Web – MacStories
09-29 Instant – Quantified Self on the App Store
09-29 How to disable iOS 9’s lower-case keyboard and character previews | iMore
09-29 Daring Fireball
09-29 Classic Urban Legend
09-28 How to use the keyboard as a trackpad on your iPhone 6s | iMore
09-28 How Ayn Rand Helped Turn the U.S. Into a Selfish, Greedy Nation | Alternet
09-28 Crystal ad blocker will soon let some ‘acceptable’ ads through by default | iMore
09-28 16GB is a Bad User Experience – David Smith
09-27 The Brooks Review
09-26 Macdrifter
09-26 Drafts picks up Spotlight search, iPad multitasking, and a native watch app | iMore
09-26 Backblaze B2
09-26 512Pixels
09-22 UK Prime Minister fucked dead pig at college / Boing Boing
09-22 Seth’s Blog
09-22 Macsparky
09-22 How to use iOS 9 content blockers to remove web popover boxes | Macworld
09-22 Apple refunding all purchases of Peace – Marco.org
09-22 22 Planner Alternatives to a Filofax | The Well-Appointed Desk
09-21 iOS 9 Reviews
09-21 Daring Fireball
09-21 Adamant
09-20 On Peace.
09-20 New Colors – Six Colors
09-20 My Favorite iOS 9 Trick — Liss is More
09-20 Daring Fireball
09-20 Arrest of 14-Year-Old Student for Making a Clock
09-17 Peace
09-17 Multitask with Omni and iOS 9 – The Omni Group
09-17 Apple confirms new international pricing for iCloud storage, but you can’t get it yet | 9to5Mac
09-16 patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » Who are you in the future?
09-15 One Foot Tsunami
09-15 Introducing Club MacStories – MacStories
09-15 Hands-on with the iPad Pro’s Smart Keyboard | Macworld
09-15 An nvALT (and more) status report – BrettTerpstra.com
09-14 The Brooks Review
09-14 Hypertext
09-14 Computer Science Courses that Don’t Exist, But Should
09-11 Ben Brooks on NNW4
09-11 AppleWorld.today
09-10 iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
09-10 iPad Pro
09-10 iOS 9 rolls out on September 16 | iMore
09-10 iCloud pricing lowered, with 1TB of storage available for $9.99 a month | iMore
09-10 OS X El Capitan will release on September 30 as a free update | iMore
09-09 2015 September event wishlist
09-08 Samsung Electronics to Cut 10% Payrolls as Part of Restructuring Measure
09-08 Podcasting Microphones Mega-Review – Marco.org
09-08 On Plain Text Files versus custom apps.
09-08 How to set the size of Finder windows, and other tips | Christopher Phin
09-08 DOJ and FBI officials say Apple & other tech companies ‘winning PR battle’ over data privacy | 9to5Mac
09-08 AppleWorld.today
09-08 11 of the Funniest Shakespearean Insults to Try Out on Your Enemies Today
09-07 Six Colors
09-07 Removing Mental Overhead on Your iPhone
09-05 NetNewsWire
09-05 Fastmail
09-05 Death to Bullshit
09-05 2 Kinds of People
09-03 Official Google Blog
09-03 Hobonichi Planner A6 Book (January Start) – HOBONICHI TECHO 2016 | The Cramped
09-03 DxO ONE | Professional Quality Connected Camera for iPhone | www.dxo.com
09-03 DaisyDisk gets a Yosemite makeover, shows what’s eating your disk space much faster | iMore
09-01 On Trump – All this
08-28 Leo Laporte learns about Samsung’s elegant sense of design
08-27 Crystal benchmarks.
08-26 iTunes – Books – Apple Music
08-26 Peta Pixel
08-26 Apple CEO Tim Cook may have violated SEC rules with Jim Cramer email – MarketWatch
08-25 Write better Markdown – BrettTerpstra.com
08-25 What mobile ad blocking looks like in the real world
08-24 5 Marvellous Words about Writing Only Writers Will Understand
08-21 mdless
08-21 GitUp is now Open Source
08-21 Drag and drop URLs into Dropbox, to store links alongside your files | Dropbox Blog
08-21 1Password 5.5 for iOS brings numerous updates and fixes – The Sweet Setup
08-20 Taking notes with pen and paper is still the best.
08-20 Patrick Rhone
08-20 How Relay FM Proves That Podcasts Aren’t An Overnight Success | TechCrunch
08-20 Happy Birthday Relay.fm
08-20 Better iTerm Integration in Alfred – Alfred Blog
08-20 9 Quotes from Hunter S. Thompson on How to Truly Live Life
08-18 Relay.fm
08-18 Future-safe weblogs | Manton Reece
08-16 The White House Just Joined Spotify
08-16 The Brooks Review
08-16 Browser Fairy overcomes Browser Commitment Phobia – MacStories
08-16 Apple – Diversity – Inclusion inspires innovation.
08-13 Removing the 140-character limit from Direct Messages | Twitter Blogs
08-13 7 Quotes from Charles Bukowski on Why Romance Sucks
08-12 The ethics of modern web ad-blocking – Marco.org
08-12 The Tools & Toys Guide to Writing with an iPad — Tools and Toys
08-12 Introducing U2F support for secure authentication | Dropbox Blog
08-11 Skeptiholics Anonymous – Existential Comics
08-11 MacKeeper customers can file a claim to get their money back | Macworld
08-11 HTC stored user fingerprints as image file in unencrypted folder | Technology | The Guardian
08-11 Alphabet
08-10 Non-Google analytics – All this
08-10 Moving From Google Calendar – Every Second Weekend
08-10 Macdrifter
08-10 Love thy neighbor – BrettTerpstra.com
08-10 How to build a hamster wheel for humans out of iMac boxes | iMore
08-10 Daring Fireball
08-10 A Visual History of the iTunes Icon
08-04 iOS Game
08-04 512 Pixels review of Apple Watch
08-03 The Pen Addict
07-30 Improvement — Liss is More
07-30 I got my music back. At least most of it
07-30 Don’t order the fish – Marco.org
07-28 Six Colors
07-28 Kids React To The First iPod on Devour.com
07-28 Is Apple Music Anticompetitive?
07-28 B&W P5 Wireless headphones added to mega-review
07-28 Apple Prevents App Store Reviews From Users on iOS 9 Betas – MacStories
07-28 Apple Music is a nightmare and I’m done with it
07-28 Apple & LGBT Equality Act.
07-28 9to5Mac
07-21 Two weeks notice
07-21 Retiring App.net support for Sunlit | Manton Reece
07-21 Philosophy Club – Existential Comics
07-21 7 Words of Wisdom from Ernest Hemingway on How to Live a Meaningful Life
07-18 Work/Play – Limited Edition Confidant – Baron Fig
07-18 Wired
07-18 Ulysses for iPad and Mac adds automatic backup options so you’ll never lose a thought | iMore
07-18 Six Colors
07-18 Seth’s Blog
07-18 Push-Triggered Sync in OmniFocus – The Omni Group
07-18 Neil Young and the quality of streaming music
07-18 Michael Tsai – Blog – How iCloud Drive Deletes Your Files Without Warning
07-18 Henry David Thoreau on Journaling | The Cramped
07-18 Coda for iOS (Formerly Diet Coda) on the App Store on iTunes
07-18 Apple releases new iPod touch, updates iPod nano and shuffle
07-18 12 years out, the iTunes Music Store is still genius | iMore
07-16 If the moon were only 1 pixel.
07-16 Goodbye, Satoru Iwata | iMore
07-16 5 Amazing Female Writers Who Wrote One Book and then Disappeared
07-14 Facebooks new chief security officer wants to set a date to kill Flash | The Verge
07-14 Dash 3
07-13 The Brooks Review
07-13 The Brooks Review
07-13 On Negative App Store Reviews During Betas of iOS and OS X – MacStories
07-13 5 of The Most Haunting Quotes from The Forever 27 Club – Wordables
07-10 OS X 10.11 and SuperDuper!
07-10 Help This Company
07-10 Content blockers, bad ads, and what we’re doing about it | iMore
07-10 Apple Music
07-10 Apple Launching iOS 9, OS X El Capitan Public Betas Today – MacStories
07-08 The best read-it-later service – The Sweet Setup
07-08 The Fuji X100T — Tools and Toys
07-08 Philosophy News Network
07-08 Jared Sinclair | Blog | Judicious Use of Shitty Code
07-08 7 Dirty Love Letters From The O.G.s of Eloquence and Raunchy Sh*t – Wordables
07-08 512 Pixles
07-08 512 Pixels I’m going independent.
07-03 The Brooks Review
07-03 Seth’s Blog
07-03 Inquisitive #45
07-03 7 of the Best Jack Kerouac Quotes for Those With a Wanderlust – Wordables
07-03 5 Quotes By Hunter S Thompson Only Writers Will Understand – Wordables
07-03 4 Things Allen Ginsberg Wants You To Know About Poetry. – Wordables
07-01 The Pen Addict
07-01 The Loop
07-01 The Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen — Tools and Toys
07-01 The Brooks Review
06-29 The Pen Addict
06-29 The Finer Point
06-29 The Brooks Review
06-29 Six Colors
06-29 On Moleskine
06-29 Lenovo
06-29 Daring Fireball
06-29 Apple Music FAQ
06-25 iOS 9 and Safari View Controller
06-25 iOS 9 FAQ
06-25 You can now sign up for Facebook Messenger without a Facebook account | iMore
06-25 The Brooks Review
06-24 Our favorite pro writing app for Mac – The Sweet Setup
06-24 Opinion
06-23 President Barack Obama on WTF
06-23 Manton Reece
06-23 A Laptop for Writers – Matt Gemmell
06-23 5 simple chemistry facts that everyone should understand before talking about science | The Logic of Science
06-21 Podcasting in iTunes is 10 years.
06-21 Daring Fireball
06-21 DSLR Quality Camera in Your Pocket | DxO ONE | www.dxo.com
06-21 Apple News And The Open Web | Bitsplitting.org
06-21 1Password inter-process communication
06-20 inessential
06-20 Switch to iPhone for years of free software updates | iMore
06-20 Pelican 3.6 Released
06-20 Macsparky
06-20 Apple Watch
06-19 First look
06-19 Editorial 1.2
06-18 WWDC 2015 Debrief — 512 Pixels
06-18 The Brooks Review
06-18 Popular podcast app Instacast now discontinued as parent company Vemedio runs out of money | 9to5Mac
06-18 NaJoWriMo Starts July 1st
06-18 Maron – President Obama Is Coming to Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast – IFC
06-18 Jared Sinclair | Blog | How to Become an Indie Developer
06-18 32 used Field Notes.
06-12 Live with Phil – Marco.org
06-11 inessential
06-11 Xcode 7 allows anyone to download, build and ‘sideload’ iOS apps for free | 9to5Mac
06-11 The Talk Show ✪
06-11 Initial Thoughts on iOS 9’s iPad Multitasking
06-10 18 features in iOS 9 you may have missed during the keynote | iMore
06-09 iOS 9
06-09 Why Android Camera Phones Still Suck | Motherboard
06-09 Privacy vs. User Experience
06-09 OS X El Capitan Overview – MacStories
06-09 Exclusive
06-08 Why and why not Google – All this
06-08 Macdrifter
06-07 StretchLink
06-07 Opener for iOS 8 Opens Web Links in Apps – MacStories
06-07 Introducing Relay FM’s 2015 Summer Pilots — Relay FM
06-05 inessential
06-05 Tweetbot 2 for Mac
06-05 Instapaper Launches Notes, Bringing Annotations to Articles – MacStories
06-05 How to easily re-size the link bracelet on your Apple Watch | iMore
06-05 GitUp
05-30 Why not Google? – Marco.org
05-30 Podcasts We Love — Tools and Toys
05-30 My Seven Principles for Journal Writing; What Are Yours? – National Journal Writing Month
05-30 LaunchBar 6.4 streamlines custom actions – BrettTerpstra.com
05-30 BrettTerpstra.com
05-30 Apple, Ive and CDO
05-29 Why the Google Photos license agreement is keeping me out
05-29 The Fujilmfilm X100T
05-29 MacPaw announces DevMate distribution platform for Mac devs – BrettTerpstra.com
05-29 Ad blockers
05-25 Revisions for Dropbox
05-22 Why I Journal (And Why You Should Too) – Productivityist
05-22 The New York Times
05-22 Descartess Demon – Existential Comics
05-22 Core | The Cramped
05-22 Carl Icahn thinks Apple should make an electric car | iMore
05-22 Alternote Review
05-21 The Discreet Watch — The Brooks Review
05-21 Greenpeace
05-21 Day One
05-21 Daring Fireball
05-21 Brent Simmons
05-21 Becoming a Better Thinker with Writing
05-20 Signature | The Cramped
05-20 Photos Field Guide — MacSparky
05-19 Taskmator 2 with Reminders
05-19 Pedometer += 1,000,000 – David Smith
05-11 Marco.org
05-09 iOS 9 Wishes – MacStories
05-09 The Creative’s Workspace — Shawn Blanc
05-09 Minimal Mac | The End
05-08 discoveryd Clusterfuck • furbo.org
05-08 The Unclutterer
05-08 No, Apple doesn’t want you to wear an Apple Watch charging band, and that’s a good thing | iMore
05-08 Learning to Be Honest with Yourself through Journaling – National Journal Writing Month
05-05 Working Copy, Git on iOS 8
05-05 Visual Studio Code
05-05 Micro Four Thirds Lenses — Tools and Toys
05-05 Introducing Evernote Plus and the new Evernote Premium – Evernote Blog
05-01 podcatch.com
05-01 StretchLink 1.0 – BrettTerpstra.com
05-01 Microsoft unveils Visual Studio Code For Mac, a cross-platform code editor for developers | 9to5Mac
05-01 Meanwhile, on Systematic – BrettTerpstra.com
05-01 A launchd post scheduling system for Jekyll – BrettTerpstra.com
04-28 Welcome, Mac Power Users! — Relay FM
04-28 Unread 1.5 Adds iOS 8 Share Sheet, 1Password Support – MacStories
04-28 Losing my religion for equality
04-28 I’m Shooting JPG Only Now — The Brooks Review
04-24 patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » What Will You Be Remembered For?
04-24 WTF with Marc Maron Podcast – Episode 591 – Amber Tamblyn / Keith Richards
04-24 TidBITS
04-24 The Story Behind Alto’s Adventure
04-24 Shawn Needs Dental Surgery by Shawn King – GoFundMe
04-24 Policy and product updates aimed at combating abuse | Twitter Blogs
04-24 Day One for Apple Watch | Day One
04-24 Apple.com – an album on Flickr
04-24 Apple Offers Developers Chance To Purchase Apple Watch, Guarantees Shipping By April 28th | TechCrunch
04-22 patrickrhone / journal » Blog Archive » My Approach to Simple Logo Design
04-22 Lightroom 6
04-22 Introducing the Relay FM app, powered by Glide — Relay FM
04-22 Facebook.
04-22 Easier than ever to have private conversations | Twitter Blogs
04-22 Daring Fireball
04-22 Above Avalon
04-22 20 great journaling questions.
04-19 End of an Era — Liss is More
04-19 5by5 | Home Work #157
04-18 iPhone 6 Plus Review – MacStories
04-18 Hypercritical
04-13 EFF busts patent troll’s podcasting patent | iMore
04-10 The Loop
04-10 Switching from Google Authenticator or Authy to 1Password – MacStories
04-10 April is National Letter Writing Month | The Well-Appointed Desk
04-09 iOS 8.3 Released – MacStories
04-08 The ducks are always greener – Marco.org
04-08 Our favorite podcast client for iOS – The Sweet Setup
04-08 Daring Fireball
04-08 Daring Fireball
04-08 CleanMyMac 3
04-07 The last episode of Pragmatic.
04-07 512 Pixels
04-06 The New Trackpad — MacSparky
04-06 My life with iPad
04-06 My Growth as a Writer –
04-06 Macdrifter
04-06 Desk PM — The Brooks Review
04-06 Daring Fireball
04-02 elgooG
04-02 Mick Jagger on WTF
04-01 Tim Cook
04-01 Napkin 1.5
04-01 MacStories
04-01 Agile Bits
03-30 Use it!
03-30 My lefty spiral bound notebook hack.
03-30 Drafts Gets Friendly with Workflow — MacSparky
03-29 Our favorite OS X launcher – The Sweet Setup
03-29 MacStories
03-29 Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli
03-29 Analog Writing Tools — Tools and Toys
02-18 The details count with Tally 2 – BrettTerpstra.com
02-18 Pilot Vanishing Point – The Newsprint
02-18 Listen to podcasts at whatever speed you want – Marco.org
02-17 Risky Business — MacSparky
02-17 Jonathan Ive and the Future of Apple – The New Yorker
02-17 Google and blogs
02-17 12 Tricks for Typing Faster on Your iPhone or iPad’s Keyboard
02-14 inessential
02-14 Workflow 1.1
02-14 The Occasion Book | The Cramped
02-14 The App Store, Pinterest, and App Curation – MacStories
02-14 Review
02-14 Our favorite iPhone timers – The Sweet Setup
02-14 Origin Story – What is your Origin Story?
02-14 Newsletter
02-14 I’m Brianna Wu, And I’m Risking My Life Standing Up To Gamergate
02-14 Five things I love about Lightroom
02-14 Doing Spotlight right with HoudahSpot 4.0 – BrettTerpstra.com
02-14 David Carr, Times Critic and Champion of Media, Dies at 58
02-14 App Store responds to freemium haters, features ‘Pay Once & Play’ games with no in-app purchases | 9to5Mac
02-14 1Password update adds login creation tool, better vault management, and more – The Sweet Setup
02-09 Apple’s iOS 9 to have ‘huge’ stability and optimization focus after years of feature additions | 9to5Mac
02-08 Why I’m not changing to Photos.app
02-07 You Want to be a Writer? — Medium
02-07 Twitter CEO
02-07 Turn a Blank Notebook into a Lined Notebook | The Well-Appointed Desk
02-07 The Town Where Everyone Got Free Money | Motherboard
02-07 Quick Tip
02-07 Queen Elizabeth II once terrorized King Abdullah — by driving him around – Vox
02-07 Just write | The Cramped
02-07 John Cleese on Stupidity – YouTube
02-07 Gordon’s Tech
02-07 Darkwater – Matt Gemmell
02-07 Confederate Flag Hags — Real Time with Bill Maher Blog
02-07 A Story Of Office Subterfuge — The Pen Addict
02-07 8 Logical Fallacies That Fuel Anti-Science Sentiments
02-06 iPad Air 2 Review
02-06 What if the iPad ran iPad OS? | iMore
02-06 Paper Based Markup Systems | The Cramped
02-06 Macdrifter
02-05 Typed
02-05 Neil Youngs PonoPlayer
02-04 Why WordPress Should Be Your Only Choice — The Brooks Review
02-04 Three Questions With Patrick Rhone — The Pen Addict
02-04 Review
02-04 Google, Microsoft, and Amazon are paying to get around Adblock Plus | The Verge
02-04 Brought to you by TUAW – BrettTerpstra.com
01-31 Duck Duck Go
01-31 Choosy – A smarter default browser for Mac OS X
01-30 Paying for coverage is a scam
01-30 AOL is shutting down TUAW
01-29 My pick for best iOS nvALT companion
01-29 Inforgraphic
01-29 GoDaddy
01-28 The Pen Addict Podcast
01-28 How We (and You) Use Alfred Remote Every Day | Alfred Blog
01-28 Alfred Remote Now Available on the iTunes App Store | Alfred Blog
01-26 iPad Air 2 review
01-26 Shifts – Your new work calendar.
01-26 Net Neutrality
01-26 Jekyll 3.0.0.beta1 Released
01-26 13 Things to Do With All Those Blank Notebooks
01-25 Write for Yourself, Edit for Your Reader
01-25 What ‘MacKeeper’ is and why you should avoid it
01-25 The Drafts Inbox for Plain Text Tasks
01-25 The Core Curriculum
01-25 Meet Audio Hijack 3, my new favorite audio utility
01-25 How to fix adware problems on your Mac
01-25 Due 2.0
01-25 Camera straps and slings
01-18 The Perfect Laptop
01-18 Siri Improvements
01-18 PDFPen 7
01-18 Overcast’s 2014 sales numbers
01-18 Omni Productivity Pack coming to iPhone in Q1, 2015
01-18 Learning Cursive Handwriting All Over Again
01-11 Macbook Air rumors.
01-08 The Lamy 2000; and some pen & paper history.
01-08 The 2014 Panic Report
01-06 What it’s like to be way too popular for a day
01-06 The best RSS reader for OS X
01-06 Podcasts for Your Brain
01-06 My favorite stuff from 2014, Part 1
01-05 No credit.
01-05 Day One Publish
01-05 Apple has lost the functional high ground
01-04 The Benefits of Selling Software outside the Mac App Store
01-04 Technology resolutions for 2015
01-04 Quitting Family Sharing
01-04 Project 365
01-03 Twitter in 2015.
01-01 Some NAJOWRIMO links
01-01 Powered by Movable Type
01-01 ON PAPER NOTEBOOKS IN A DIGITAL WORLD
01-01 My Favorite Entry
01-01 I wrapped your gift very poorly but I love you
01-01 HOW TO READ MORE
01-01 Books I Read In 2014
01-01 BREATHE LIFE INTO AN OLD MAC

2014

12-31 What’s So Special About the AeroPress
12-31 We’re excited for 2015
12-31 Uses for Notebooks
12-31 Resolutions don’t happen in a vacuum…
12-31 Reading back through 30 years of daily journaling
12-31 Photive 50 Watt 6 Port USB Desktop Rapid Charger
12-31 Old Notes, New Notes.
12-31 My Must-Have iPhone Apps, 2014 Edition
12-31 FastMail
12-31 Ben Brooks
12-31 Algrebra
12-29 Something old, something new, from the archives.
12-29 Jekyll 3 — The Road Ahead
12-28 Two Alternatives To Field Notes.
12-28 These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things (2014 Edition)
12-28 The Ultimate Guide to Solving iOS Battery Drain
12-28 The TROVE Wallet
12-28 The One-Person Product
12-28 The New Rules of Tech Journalism
12-28 The Levenger Circa System
12-28 The Best Sites of 2014
12-28 Ten years of podcasting
12-28 Seven Tips From Ernest Hemingway on How to Write Fiction
12-28 Old Fashioned 101
12-28 Invisible iOS Home Screen Icons.
12-28 How to write with a fountain pen
12-28 6 Tips to Learn Effective Writing from George Orwell
12-28 36 years in this skin
12-27 Holiday Photography
12-25 My Favorite iOS Apps 2014.
12-25 Future
12-24 Najowrimo
12-23 Intentions for next year.
12-19 Todoist review
12-18 Redesign
12-12 The real App Store problem
12-01 Relay.fm
11-28 Picture workflow
11-28 My backup post.
11-25 Why I care.
11-25 Evernote 6
11-24 Cannot connect to App Store
11-23 Serial
11-23 Podcast revenue
11-23 Monument Valley
11-12 A job for LCP.
10-31 Tim Cook
10-28 Jekyll Workflow.
10-27 Spaces in Yosemite.
10-26 BBEdit 11
10-25 Headphones.
10-21 Jekyll!
10-20 OS X, FaceTime and phone calls.
10-19 Budget apps.
10-12 Squarespace 7 – after using it.
10-07 iPhone screen sizes.
10-07 Squarespace 7
09-28 Sundays
09-27 Custom keyboards on iOS 8
09-23 Battery usage on iOS 8.
09-11 R.I.P Macworld.
09-09 Write good
09-08 You aren’t a content creator.
09-07 Some thoughts regarding markdown flavours, and standardisation.
09-04 The minimalist home screen.
09-03 Managing your home screen
09-02 My iPhone homescreen.
08-31 Relay.fm
08-24 Code, and comments.
08-13 Amazon, paperback, ebooks & authors.
08-12 Amazon E Book Subscription Service
08-06 Podcast
08-04 Libraries.
07-31 Editing.
07-30 Curation is key.
07-29 Charge more, and more often!
07-28 Email sucks.
07-26 Field Notes
07-25 What hurts
07-24 Pen & paper
07-23 Initial syncs on iOS.
07-22 Retina iPad mini
07-19 Picture
07-19 Camera lenses
07-18 Education
07-17 App
07-16 Podcast networks, from a podcast listener perspective
07-09 Limited internet access.
07-08 The App Store and Netflix is great; but the search sucks.
07-08 A few words for Aron Swartz.
07-05 Rate your podcasts.
07-03 Be the best you can.
06-30 RIP Aperture
06-28 Great content.
06-28 Advertisements.
06-27 App
06-26 Show up!
06-25 The Enough Archive is back.
06-24 Journaling should be simple.
06-23 Some thoughts on app bundles.
06-20 Pen & Paper GTD.
06-20 LTE is awesome.
06-16 OS X Yosemite & Launchers.
06-15 A call for a spring cleaning in the iOS App Store
06-11 Drafts for iOS is awesome.
06-09 Post WWDC Journalism.
06-07 Inspiration
06-05 iCloud 2014
06-04 Reflections after the WWDC14 Keynote.
06-02 App
05-28 OmniFocus 2 or TaskPaper + GoodTask?
05-25 DayOne
05-22 My new iPhone.
05-21 Podcast
05-18 Dash Plus
05-18 App
05-14 I don’t know iPad.
05-14 C’mon Dropbox!
05-13 Goodbye Rdio; hello Spotify
05-13 App
05-08 The Cramped
05-08 Sunlit 1.2 & App.net
05-06 Posting to Statamic from iOS
05-02 1Password Watchtower
04-29 Unread
04-20 MacStories redesign
04-20 Is it too late, for Reeder for OS X?
04-20 A Visual History of OmniFocus for Mac
04-16 The big CMS thing
04-16 Reeder vs ReadKit
04-16 Journaling
04-16 I love full screen apps
04-16 Editorial
04-16 Averages, medians and patterns
04-14 Understanding yourself
04-14 A shout out for 1Password
04-10 Happy
04-09 Rundown on why I use Textmate
04-08 It’s fake
04-03 Gifts
04-01 Length
03-29 The Record – A great Podcast!
03-28 Design
03-27 Your site – your identity.
03-25 When you can’t.
03-16 My iPad experiment.
03-12 Soulver
03-10 iOS 7.1
03-10 Journalism, judges and lawyers.
03-09 WordPress workflows in 2014.
03-08 Moving back to OF
03-08 Goodbye Squarespace
02-27 Taskpaper Posts.
02-18 TaskPaper
02-18 Hemingway
02-12 Working against a good tagging system in TaskPaper.
02-12 TaskPaper
02-06 Create the site you would pay for.
02-04 Facebook Paper.
01-28 Is it a waste of money to go to a university?
01-26 Instapaper
01-25 Some reflections on iOS 7.
01-23 TaskPaper
01-20 Feedly is the worst.
01-18 My e-mail setup.
01-14 Tagging
01-13 The new Simplenote.
01-13 The 1Password audit-review – every week.
01-10 Three times in a row, *poff*, gone.
01-09 My iPad experiment.
01-07 Converting markdown list to headers.
01-06 Huffduffer
01-05 Twitter clients
01-03 One intention for 2014.
01-02 Writing in the Squarespace web-interface.
01-02 9 Ways to Become a More Productive Writer

2013

12-31 Journaling.
12-29 The 10 000 hours rule.
12-28 Writer Pro.
12-26 The preferred tool, is not always the best one.
12-26 Review Bodum Insulated Stainless-Steel Travel French Press Coffee and Tea Mug.
12-23 My new GTD system – TaskPaper.
12-21 The Mobile Writer
12-21 Squarespace galleries, and their portfolio app.
12-19 Swear words.
12-18 Three pages of apps, on my iPhone.
12-16 Information silos can be amazing.
12-15 What is Enough for me?
12-13 Pomodoro apps, for iPhone.
12-12 The broken folders on iOS 7.
12-12 Day One sync
12-05 iOS devices, and the average user.
12-05 The fucked up american date formatting.
11-30 You should not tell me how to use my computer.
11-26 Notes on Smile and TextExpanders touch latest AppStore issues.
11-25 Instapaper trick for Kindle owners.
11-22 Alfred, Marked2 and Scrivener.
11-21 Going back to Chrome, for a few days.
11-20 ‘Storage & memory in Apple devices’
11-20 Notifications.
11-19 On Apple rumours.
11-19 New Squarespace apps.
11-15 The new iPads revisited.
11-08 Minimalism.
11-05 How I use my Mac.
11-04 Doubt.
10-29 Should I buy a new iPad?
10-23 Quiet.
10-06 1Password 4 for OS X – a few days later.
10-04 1Password 4 for OS X.
10-02 Test
10-02 Editorial is awesome
10-01 Do Apples AppStore restriction lead to better software?
09-30 iCloud
09-20 Publishing, social networks, rss and websites.
09-19 iOS7; amazing new versions of apps I love.
09-17 NSA.
09-16 Why is important.
09-12 iPhone 5c is not the “budget” iPhone.
09-12 The iPhone 5s camera.
09-10 Some Macbook Air advice.
08-27 Be good at one thing.
08-26 Working on something difficult.
08-24 Working, without a office.
08-24 Why I think it is important to just do it.
08-23 My paper system.
08-22 The Merlin Mann / 43 folders problem.
08-18 Purchasing a new computer.
08-10 Digital hoarding
08-08 Where did everything go?