I just got back from a 7-day silent meditation retreat, ask me literally anything because I haven’t spoken to anyone in seven days
I used to try to keep track of every single uncanny coincidence in my journal, as though I could look at them all later and discern the grand pattern of meaning in the universe.
The feeling I get when I see formatting issues in great writing due to pasting rich text into an HTML-based CMS is akin to seeing the contents of a great writer's underwear drawer. I think this is a PSA.
I just deleted the Slack “Mac app” and replaced it with pinned browser tabs, and I can’t shake the feeling that this is actually what the company wants me to do.
German team tests seemingly physics-defying EM Drive. Preliminary results suggest that its thrust comes from some of the electronics interacting with the Earth’s magnetic field, that there are no novel physics involved, and that it would not work in space. [ᔥ Slate Star Codex]
Anybody out there?
I would characterize myself as extremely susceptible to the public betas this year.
Siri Shortcuts looks amazing. Humans can and will use this.
- Reading List 2.0
- Notes editor improvements
- Podcasts for Watch
- Music nav improvements (genre > artist > album)
- big watchOS 5 with API parity
- Siri intent expansion (and 3rd-party Siri face data)
- better iOS background sync for apps
None of this seems crazy.
Number 1 WWDC wishlist item: Synced scroll position in Reading List. I don’t even care if it’s fancy. Just add a query string to the URL with the percentage and sync that.