Posts tagged “micro”
Weird, contrary, drizzly morning.
Even as I gear up to finally complete my custom ebike build later this month, I’m fascinated by the e-scooter reports I’m getting out of WWDC.
I’m simultaneously excited for and dreading the big Sharp Avenue construction project that starts next week.
20 years ago I would have been very alarmed by the Microsoft GitHub acquisition, today I’m pretty chill.
Finally solved my annoying Safari DEP token download crash yesterday without calling Apple tech support…
Well, I wasn’t expecting to have to break out the drill press while repairing my mom’s lawnmower, but here we are.
This is kind of wild.
Time to start watering the yard.
Did something break with my Drafts - Blot microblogging setup?
Looks like I’ve got a really windy afternoon run to look forward to.
Suppose I should finally update to iOS 11 soon.
Hot Bloomsday this year!
Thought I was in trouble for my run when I saw it was 75°F outside, but then I remembered I did in fact pack a regular t-shirt in addition to the long sleeved one I originally grabbed.
Watched the first episode of Netflix’s Voltron update with the older kids (and later the young ones when they finished their bath).
Making progress on my office move.
Delving into mustache templating again as I contemplate finally straightening out my blog and feed templates to work with micro.
The rss date issue I complained about for Inoreader is an architectural issue that is most obvious for feeds that were not previously in their system.
Now that the next remodel phase at work is ramping up even my (soon to be gone) office is getting noisy as they tear down adjacent rooms.
Productive weekend: did a bunch of yard work, got in a couple easy runs, and installed a new light fixture.
Inoreader seems to do something I find maddening- it doesn’t provide post date stamps, but rather client load time.
Finally replaced the kids’ bathroom light with the LED model we picked up several months ago.
Kelly Guimont and Don Melton are doing an outstanding job with their weekly Westworld recaps (and rewatches)!
The connection between Dark Sky and my local radar station has been flaky for months.
Had a good run on the Bloomsday course today, but faded in the second half as I grew dehydrated.
Ordered some new running shoes since my current pair have just about reached EOL mileage with just over a week until Bloomsday.
Playing with Inoreader and Unread today as part of my ongoing quest to mostly abandon Twitter and retake control of my personal news feed.
Season 2 of Westworld is off to a pretty good start.
Humble Bundle is having a huge sale on games and software from the company that makes RPGMaker so I picked up versions 2K3 and XP for $11 combined.
Today I learned that there are two anime versions of Fullmetal Alchemist, the original eponymous version that launched before the manga source material was complete and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood the version that came later and sticks to the original storyline.
My Twitter usage reduction continues to be pretty successful.
Tough to watch Indiana squander their lead with a bunch of missed jump shots in the final five minutes with Sabonis on the bench.
Domas is tearing it up this game and great third quarter by Indy to get back into the game.
I have to admit mobile.
Nice pick and roll post up score by Domantis against LeBron, but he missed the and one.
Watching some NBA playoffs, specifically Indy - Cleveland.
Never fun being sick on a beautiful weekend.
Not really a fan of how this cold/sore throat ramps up as the night progresses, but seems like a clear sign I need to go to bed early.
So on the latest episode of The Flash the Dibny - Thinker endgame I speculated about a while ago went down exactly as I had figured.
Kind of funny to realize that Inform 7 has probably had a Windows front end to match the original OS X app for years now, but having a Surface Book 2 as my primary laptop made me worry I might not be able to run it.
Have a decent couple day soft Twitter avoidance streak going.
Just discovered that Amazon Prime Video has the first 11 seasons of the new edition of Doctor Who!
Really heavy rain right now with more on the way.
I’ve done a pretty good job of staying off Twitter this weekend.
The Flash regularly generates propulsive wind blasts by rotating his arms rapidly- getting his mass “Null”-ified and floating should be awesome not a life threatening problem.
Normally people worry about a pet taking bites out of the furniture- unfortunately our toddler seems to have taken up this hobby.
I don’t mind running in a gentle rain, but that’s definitely not what we’re getting right now and memories of Thursday’s wet slog isn’t helping my resolve.
Just saw that fitness tech blogger Ray Maker (DC Rainmaker) and his family have moved from Paris to Amsterdam.
Lots of crazy side effects to Donte Devincenzo’s 31 point MOP performance against Michigan.
Didn’t really know what to expect going into the second season of Jessica Jones, but it didn’t disappoint.
Loyola finishes the half strong to go into the locker room up 29-22 over Michigan.
Stayed up late last night and then woke up way too early this morning.
Wasn’t super excited about the Kansas - Duke 1 vs.
The Northern Quest Casino ad with Kevin Stocker made me laugh.
Had fun watching the second half of the Syracuse-Duke game with my sons tonight.
Finally ordered some new non Bluetooth headphones today.
It still kind of weirds me out to see Duke playing zone.
My new Surface Book 2 is cool.
Perkins is passing up good 3s to get worse 3s.
GU not used to Rui getting blocked at the rim.
I’d totally forgotten about the Game Play Color Game Boy Color emulator for iOS until I followed up on a Google account access check (it uses Google Drive to load your ROMs).
Can’t believe I’d never come across Sonic Pi before today particularly since I’d already come across a similar, but far less powerful text based music tracker a few years ago.
Zags hang on to win 90-84 on after a ragged final minute.
The man from Japan!
Complete reversal of fortune this half.
Three point blank in and out shots from Ohio State already.
Sloppy, sloppy start to the game until Norvell hits a three to get things going.
Busy day at work.
Zags get an Ohio State rematch after SDSU sabotaged their wild comeback by fouling 3 point shooters on back to back possessions; those seven points proved insurmountable.
SDSU’s guards just broke OSU ankles on back to back plays!
Jenkins an impressive Tacoma, WA import for SDSU early with strong drives to the hoop.
Survive and advance.
Ridiculous Zach Norvell 3 at 20 seconds puts the Zags up 3.
Zags settling for 3s and missing their way back to a 5 point margin while UNCG attacks the basket.
Nice little run for the Zags puts them up 19-13 and forces a UNCG timeout.
UNCG playing great so far other than hitting their 3s.
Minor emergency when the NCAA streaming site incorrectly decided that Xfinity on Campus didn’t offer TNT.
Looks like Spielberg has turned Ready Player One into an epic looking movie if nothing else.
NCAA tournament games are about to begin, although Gonzaga’s game is still an hour away.
I didn’t realize everybody was getting adjustable standing desks as part of our big open office remodel until I took a quick tour at work yesterday.
First speed workout of the year has left me tired and sore.
Capped off a beautiful spring-like March day with my first barbecue burger of the year last night.
Got in a nice long 15K run this afternoon.
Arrow has gotten about 10x better since Diaz whacked Cayden James.
Looks like I have a rainy run to look forward to.
Basketball matchups are funny.
Here’s my theory on this year’s DeVoe arc on The Flash after episode 14 (I’m one behind).
Deckset 2 looks really nice.
Just discovered that Frederik Backman followed up My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry with Britt-Marie Was Here, a book about the most annoying (but ultimately sympathetic) supporting character from My Grandmother and completely redeems her.
It’s cool being able to control Spotify in my office (with the superior speakers) and update my queue on the fly using the iOS app.
Prep guts out the 54-52 win.
Federal Way up 29-20 at the half.
I couldn’t watch the LC - Richland game because it wasn’t streamed, but my gut says the Bombers were dealing with a post Prep hangover and the Tigers pounced.
Federal Way wins by 10 so LC will face Richland tomorrow to determine 3rd and 5th place.
43-35 Federal Way at the end of 3.
LC really blew it in that quarter and now trails by 5 at the half.
Much better second quarter for Federal Way.
Johnny Love is playing out of his mind in the first quarter with 8 points.
OT after Streufert pulls up for an ultra clutch 3 and ties the game with about ten seconds to go.
Good timeout by Richland.
A couple bad possessions and G-Prep is back up 46-45 with Parola shooting a 1 and 1 after the break.
Lockett just picked up his 4th foul with 7 to go.
39-36 Richland going into the fourth after they squandered a 9 point lead.
26-23 Richland after a much better second quarter.
Prep jumped on Richland right away and leads 15-6 as the first quarter ends.
I fully expect Richland to take this, but it’s not going to be easy.
Not impressed with the NFHS Network’s livestreaming capabilities so far.
Driveway was slick this morning thanks to the freezing rain, but roads weren’t too bad on my commute.
Whelp, I submitted a computer request for a Microsoft Surface Book 2 base model this morning.
Contemplating a new work laptop and it’s not an Apple product!
I’m intrigued by the Sunnyside - Lewis & Clark matchup.
I also think it’s unfortunate that the top teams from both sides of the state project to rematch in the semis again.
I must say that I find the 4A bracket extremely puzzling.
My wife is six weeks older than me and still occasionally gets carded when buying alcohol.
Just discovered the kids’ iMac had MacKeeper running out of a local Applications folder in their home directory (since they don’t have admin privileges).
Didn’t watch the GU - San Diego game last night, but it went down to the wire like I suspected it might (away game vs.
Explored Anchor and its new iOS App a bit today.
As much as I loved the original black & white versions of Scott Pilgrim the color versions are by far living their best life!
Prep wins 56-53.
Good, but ragged game so far.
20-24 with a few minutes left in the half.
Richland not looking sharp at all on offense.
Prep doing a great job of pressuring on D and pushing in transition so far, but struggling with Sorn’s length in the halfcourt.
Looking forward to watching Richland vs G-Prep on SWX tonight even if it is after 8pm rather than 7:30 as scheduled.
The Archive has really come along nicely over the course of its initial beta testing cycle.
LC fights off a 4th quarter rally and defeats Walla Walla 57-51.
Now we see if scheduling all the District 8 tournament games into hour and a half blocks is realistic.
Two weeks ago SMC destroyed USF 79-43.
Lots of crashes and slide offs being reported this morning.
Trying to decide if I’m going to watch the second episode of Counterpart.
On a whim just went looking for one of my dad’s old practice planners from a specific season.
My biggest revelation from the season finale of Star Trek: Discovery is that the immediately recognizable Clint Howard, whose name I didn’t know before today, is Ron Howard’s little brother and appeared as a child on episode 10 of TOS.
Pretty nervous and excited for this Falcon Heavy launch.
Well, that’s a bummer.
Finally got around to switching my DNS on axodys.
Pretty awesome trick play call for a 4th and goal touchdown by the Eagles!
I see Comcast is now letting users bring select existing iPhones to their xfinity mobile phone service.
Christian Eriksen had an amazing goal 11 seconds into the Tottenham - Manchester United game, but of course the EPL copyright police are all over YouTube and Twitter attempts to spread the joy.
Lots of discussion about the Xennial micro generation between 77-83 today.
Awful end to the half as the Zags allow the Dons to go on an 18-2 run.
You don’t expect the file system on a new, barely used SSD to go this bad, but that’s HFS+ for you.
Noticed the Starbucks on Hamilton and Sharp is now closed and vacant.
Just heard that Ursula K.
It just occurred to me that I’ve probably been getting more enjoyment out of the pogostick that my older kids got for Christmas than they have since I can actually do it for more than a couple bounces.
In a bizarre, but hopeful twist on this story, City of Spokane announces that ice ribbon skater that fell Friday is actually still alive, but remains in critical condition.
Today the Spokesman Review indicated that the deceased ice ribbon skater was a 64 year old woman, but revealed no further information beyond that she fell, struck her head, and was unresponsive afterward.
Just heard that someone died from the injuries they sustained during a Friday fall on Spokane’s new ice ribbon.
Zags got out executed in this one and lose by 3.
Zags got it back up to 7 again, but we’re tied at 63 with 6:44 to go.
Brutal stretch of sloppy play completely squanders the 9 point lead the Zags had built against SMC.
I have mixed feelings about the extended weather forecast I’m seeing for this week.
S1E10 of The Punisher kind of threw me at first, but was actually a pretty good Rashomon style episode that wrapped some things up and set up what should be an intense final three episodes.
Taylor Chavez, a University of Oregon women’s basketball commit had a ridiculous stat line last night: 42 points, 10 rebounds, and 15 steals.
Had another “man, I’m old” moment Sunday when I realized that Jacksonville’s quarterback (Blake Bortles) was born at the end of my freshman year in college.
Wasn’t sure how robust my Blot posting scripts were, but it turns out that only my Instagram import setup needed a simple rule update in Hazel to account for the year change so I went ahead and set up a rule for 2019 as well.
No run today.
Time to get up and see how much it snowed on our driveway overnight.
Another bummer finish to a good football season.
Cougars are playing terrible in their bowl game (like usual), but at least Zags are cruising against Pacific.
Time for a quick run.
Feel like taking a a Christmas Day nap, but not sure that I’m going to be able to pull it off.
Christmas Eve- working on finishing a big present project I started a couple weeks back and maybe wrapping some gifts.
Really liked The Last Jedi and have now listened to more total podcast discussion about it than its 2 hour 32 minute runtime (and eager for more)!
Super rainy sloppy day so I’m moving today’s run to tomorrow.
Good to see the Zags are a little more dialed in tonight.
Twitter speculation (based on tracking data and rail transportation experience) points to hitting a 30-40 mph curve at close to top speed (~80 mph).
Okay, additional photos from the scene make it appear that the lead engine went off the tracks at the turn and the intact one was at the back.
Horrible passenger train accident in DuPont, WA this morning.
Gutty win by Gonzaga to claw back from a horrible first 30 minutes and win in OT.
Zags in a serious post finals week funk.
Mods are the bane of my Minecraft parenting existence, but at least my older kids are to the point where I can just let them try to install them first.
That said, I’m in a weird space- things ended up so satisfyingly that I could walk away.
Sounds like the recent Patreon fee restructuring is probably driven by the 90 million in VC funding they’ve received over the last two years.
It hasn’t even been a full week of sub 32° F winter weather and already the cold dry air is doing a number on my skin.
Pretty good and funny winter break cliffhanger on The Flash and the Chekhov’s knife ploy by DeVoe was downright diabolical.
Gonzaga looking shaky with the ball and generally outclassed by Villanova so far.
Earlier today came across a really interesting Medium post about interactive fiction game design and read it all, but forgot to bookmark it.
So apparently the Tennessee AD was fired today after meeting with Leach yesterday.
After three straight Apple Cup blowouts I’m fine with Mike Leach heading to Knoxville.
Trying out iA Writer Duospace in Drafts today.
Successfully got RetroPie running on a Raspberry Pi today.
I wasn’t really looking to watch The Punisher now that it’s out on Netflix, but after seeing Moze is covering it on the TeeVee Podcast I binged the first three episodes last night and it’s pretty good.
Overtime after a complete breakdown on the final inbounds play by Perkins.
Zags were up 9 when I left to change a diaper.
Zags going to lose this game if they don’t figure out the Texas press during the last 5 minutes.
I like the Kevin Bacon as Few casting idea.
Rui and Fewie sitcom getting a lot of love from the ESPN crew.
Rough ball security for both teams coming out of halftime, but Zags still playing better than Texas overall.
So far Texas’s bigs confirming my suspicion that while JW3 is an NBA caliber athlete/defender/rebounder his offensive game is neutralized by NBA size.
Totally forgot WSU had a bye week to prepare for this one.
Another great punt after a miserable drive.
14-0 after the Huskies capitalize on a brutal Luke Falk fumble.
WSU defense playing solid after a tough first drive.
Well, that awesome punt is one of the few bright spots for WSU so far.
Lost my ESPN2 stream for the final 1:20, but the game was basically over after three straight Florida threes just prior.
What a weird finish to the first overtime.
GU guards just made the same double mistake back to back.
Overtime after a horrible final possession.
Jonathan Williams III having his best offensive showing yet tonight.
It’s great that Gonzaga gets on ESPN all the time, but man they get hosed on their scheduled start times every single game.
Time to scout out just how cold and rainy this afternoon’s run will be.
I’m fascinated by the various RetroPie portable gaming projects out there.
My podcast consumption has been down lately and it just motivated me to turn off “download new episodes” for a couple tech news related ones and Hello from the Magic Tavern (which while I’m no longer excited about is evergreen anyway).
Super rainy day!
Still processing Mr.
Got in a short lunchtime run and expect to do a lot more of these this winter.
Just saw an ad for the new Alienist series on TNT on Twitter.
GU wins 97 - 69 over Texas Southern.
Looks like there are 4 or 5 members of the Japanese media here to cover Rui Hachimura at the GU game tonight.
Moody Bible Institute to close Spokane campus and I didn’t even realize it existed until I read the article.
Played with Aesprite at lunch a little bit after learning you can download and compile the full version.
Looks like Twitter still hasn’t deigned to give me 280 characters even with the most recent app update and policy announcement.
Unusual how behind I am on my podcast listening queue; I was fairly behind last week and then I got sick.
Watched Richard Donner’s Superman for the first time in decades tonight.
Transplanted a trackball I happily used at work for years up until a couple months ago and can’t stand it at all at home because it has button driven scrolling.
Finally started reading American Kingpin this afternoon.
Spent some time trying out the Grafx2 open source pixel art editor today.
Another wacky episode of The Flash tonight- this show is so much better when it can just be fun without all the darkness that weighed the last two seasons down.
That feeling when all your youngest kids are still up watching Halloween themed shows on the TV that you want to finish watching Stranger Things 2 on.
Definitely getting to the time of year when I’d rather run in the afternoon when it warms up, but you do what you have to do.
Almost watched four straight episodes of Stranger Things, but decided I had better call it a night and save something for the rest of the weekend.
Stranger Things season 2 definitely hitting me right in the feels from the get go!
Still working my way through the Stencyl Crash Course 2.
Wonder how many crazy people will be up at 3am on the East Coast tomorrow so they can order an iPhone X?
I think S4E3 may just be the funniest episode of The Flash to date.
I’ve heard good things about The Gifted and I generally like shows Amy Acker appears in.
Heard a bunch of coyotes nearby tonight for the first time in months.
Still haven’t upgraded to iOS 11 on any iPhones.
I watched the first five or six episodes of Halt and Catch Fire a few years back and liked the show, but never quite got hooked.
Cougars bounced back from last week’s embarrassing loss and shut out Colorado 28 - 0.
Coffee round two- let’s see if I can avoid dumping this one all over the dining room floor as well!
Had a good summer reading-wise, but kind of stalled out in the last six weeks or so.
Woke up early this morning- apparently six hours continues to be my upper bound on sleep time even when it needn’t be.
Had some coffee, but my toddler’s early morning wake up today has me ready to sleep two hours earlier than normal.
Now October is two thirds over and there’s still a ton of home projects to finish before the weather really turns; at least I get Monday off.
Pretty excited about Movies Anywhere finally unifying Amazon and iTunes for most of the major studios.
Ting setup was fast and easy once I used the correct porting pin (it was the same one I setup to unlock, which initially wasn’t clear).
Planning to switch my iPhone over to Ting tonight from AT&T.
Also, the ingenious thing about HR as a character last season was that he showed that a competent and savvy ordinary person like Iris could totally handle the Star Labs team coordinator role without being a genius scientist.
Flash S4E2 was pretty solid (and funny).
Binging a lot of FATE Core podcasts and videos over the last couple days to get a handle on the system.
Really windy right now it sounds like.
Had a minor crisis this morning when I forgot to take the garbage can out to the curb in time for our very early pickup, but luckily I was able to take advantage of some excess capacity at the in-laws.
Just realized that the reason the doctor on Star Trek: Discovery looked familiar to me is that he’s played by Wilson Cruz, the actor who played Rickie on My So-Called Life back in the day.
Heard a couple intriguing references to an SNES game called Earthbound on two completely unrelated podcasts in the last 24 hours.
Fun night at our church’s annual Octoberfest, but I ate too much bratwurst and dessert junk.
WSU 3 - Cal 37 is not the outcome I was expecting tonight.
Accidentally trashed the fan connector on a Mac mini with a bad hard drive this morning.
The first episode of Lore on Prime was pretty good (and gruesome).
Just realized why the Instagram post I put up at just after 9PM broke my brittle IFTTT - Hazel workflow and failed to save into Dropbox- the caption had an emoji.
My rainy evening run ended up being good other than the cold, wet, and somewhat miserable part.
If I can just figure out how to translate the Lego building part of my brain into working in MagicaVoxel I think I’ll be able to build some pretty sweet stuff!
Rain is on the way, but looks like it should be fairly light during my run after work based on the dopppler and forecast.
First episode of Lore will be available on Amazon Prime tonight immediately after the Thursday Night Football streaming broadcast.
Want to test out my new Instagram account integration, but don’t really have ideal photography conditions.
I used to be annoyed that Fall television premieres didn’t happen until late September/early October, but now I kind of dread figuring out how to fit all the weekly shows I like back into my schedule once they start up again.
As much as I love hot apple cider during this time of year, my too full stomach wishes I’d stopped after just one mug tonight.
It just occurred to me that some combination of Hazel, DropBox, and a custom script should be able to handle my Instagram to Blot workflow.
Finally trying out Docker today.
Yesterday morning it was network issues, today it’s a fire drill.
The High Sierra install on HFS+ went fine and boots properly.
Looks like my supposition was probably right, just saw a firmware update progress bar during the High Sierra install process after reformatting to HFS+ beforehand.
So the APFS volume seems to be fine, but it can’t be set as a startup disc.
Meanwhile left the High Sierra USB stick at home so creating a new one.
Something went wrong with my first clean High Sierra install on Friday.
Didn’t realize the Pence walkout was at Peyton Manning’s Indianapolis Ring of Honor induction game.
Crazy, everyone in the house besides me is actually asleep by 11:15pm for a change.
Headed north on Highway 2 this morning for my 10K out and back run.
Staying up past midnight working on importing 2015 Instagram posts while listening to some Breakbeat Heartbeat.
High Sierra install is underway.
Setting up a High Sierra USB installer.
I’ve been devoting more time to my Esperanto tree on Duolingo in the last week after a long break.
Successfully integrated my 2013 Instagram photos into the blog archive last night.
Finally realized this morning that the sun isn’t rising until almost 7 AM now.
Got a chance to see the newly remodeled Gonzaga Athletics offices in Martin Centre today while delivering a monitor.
After going through the Stencyl Crash Course 1 I think it’s probably the front runner for ease of platformer creation.
I’ll expend the mental energy of calling it “iPhone 10” when Tim Cook changes his title to “Apple Caesar”.
Looks like iOS 11.
I’ve been trying out some different game creation systems lately since my oldest son wants to do his own take on the Megaman franchise.
And now I hear Tom Petty has died.
Randomly woke up at 4am, saw the horrible Las Vegas news and have been up ever since.
Dark Sky is reporting the heavy rain coming down right now in the hour view, but there’s nothing on the Doppler, and I didn’t see any precipitation in the forecast when I went to bed.
Worked on my garage cleanup/reconfiguration project again this afternoon.
Watching MagicaVoxel speed build videos on YouTube is my new jam.
And there are two straight passes that pay the bills followed by a qb keeper touchdown.
Darnold continues to impress me with his foot speed and mobility.
Cougs and Trojans knotted 17-17 at the half.
Commencing long overdue garage cleanup project on my day off.
Took the new teenager to Spider-man: Homecoming last night as an early birthday surprise.
Learning how to microwave regular popcorn kernels (any microwave safe container with a lid will suffice) is one of my favorite things from 2017.
Incidentally, morning improving after a successful Mocha run.
Twitter hasn’t activated 280 characters for me yet, but I don’t actually care because I post here first now where it’s unlimited and I don’t have to engage with anyone until I get my microblog feed (and run-on sentences) sorted out.
Put my grounds and water in the French press, but forgot to finish my coffee.
Just whipped up a short python script to speed up my instagram import process.
Trying to decide which route I’m going to take for my Tuesday run.
Still haven’t installed iOS 11 on any of my own devices, but I’ve got five new iPads to setup and deploy at work this week.
I’m so podcast oriented that I want to watch Star Trek Discovery just so that I can listen to the TeeVee podcast about it.
Looks like The Incomparable’s Trek-heads are giving Star Trek Discovery a thumbs up so far.
iOS 11 has been out almost a week and I still haven’t updated my phone or my iPad.
Afternoon bathroom trim painting done.
Had some new thoughts on link post implementation this morning.
I want to live in the movie where Kim Jong Un’s translator accidentally restores “dotard” to English language prominence and discovers a word is cheaper and more powerful than any nuclear weapon.
My son with the December birthday just picked out his own birthday card 2.
Had a minor heating crisis over the last couple days when our furnace refused to do battle with the unseasonable cold, but a new air filter and a power reset seems to have restored its cold fighting prowess.
Now that I’ve got things rolling in Drafts and Blot I’m already posting way more and coming up with more ideas for longer posts I want to write.
Finally setup nvAlt on my new iMac at work and all is right with the world once again.
This morning the two-year-old overheard a contractor at the neighbors say “crap”.
My two-year-old daughter just asked, “Are you serious?
Woken up by a lot of sirens over on Highway 2.
Time for a cold run in the rain.
Guess it’s also time to reset my closet and clothing routine now that autumn weather has arrived.
Nice rainy day today for the first time in months.
On a whim looked up Axodys.
Planted 50 tulip bulbs in the backyard this afternoon.
Finally getting to bed at a reasonable hour after a week of staying up too late
Beautiful morning for a run.
The one wrinkle to the Celebrity D&D reality of 2017 is that there are also people that are internet celebrities as a result of participating in these shows.
Craig Federighi also confirmed on the podcast that there’s a claw maneuver to quickly disable Face ID authentication on the iPhone X by simultaneously squeezing the buttons on both sides.
Testing out the aText snippet I set up for quickly creating micro posts on the Mac.
The funny thing about the way my blog overhaul is going so far is that it’s a completely mobile first setup for new content- there’s still a ton of posting friction on the computer side of things that I need to address.
Lots of Apple pundits ordering new Apple Series 3 Watches this morning.
Spokane air quality back up into the unhealthy range with an index of 165.
Finally came to my senses and used the multi file find and replace functionality in TextWrangler to do some blog entry cleanup.
Cleaning up the ol’ blog archive during a cms migration is always a real trip down memory lane.
Freeman HS shooting clarification: one student killed, three others wounded.
The Spokesman Review’s website must be getting pounded right now because of the shooting and unfortunately it’s not responding well.
My mom’s neighborhood is in the Freeman district and I’ve been to that high school many times over the years.
Stunned to hear the terrible news of a shooting at Freeman High School just south of Spokane this morning.
Still tweaking a few settings in my micro post Drafts action.
Back in my office again after an unexpected fire alarm.
Digging how well Drafts works for creating quick micro posts with Blot, but not very enamored with post spacing on my current theme.
That’s a wrap.
Who knew that iPhone X would bring motion captured facial anonymity to video chat?
Whoa Craig’s first go at Face ID failed!
Face ID 1 in 1,000,000 that random person will match vs 1 in 50,000 for Touch ID.
Face ID is the future of smartphone unlocking security.
iPhone X (pronounced 10 of course).
iOS 11 coming on September 19, but now: One more thing…
Wireless charging thanks to the glass back and Qi standard.
The MLB app AR-kit support looks pretty sweet.
Plus still the only model with dual cameras.
iPhone 8 is up with Phil.
Sky seems like it’s kind of an evolution of the game territory broken by Journey.
Apple TV up now.
Watch to watch call!
Series 3- get a call while surfing thanks to built-in cellular!
Apple Watch video really yanked at my heartstrings- still the masters of emotion driven product marketing.
Apple Watch is the first product covered.
Head of Apple Retail Angela Ahrendts finally makes her stage debut!
So with Tim on hearing Steve Job’s voice and words!
The upper level of the Steve Jobs Theater looks amazing- how does all that glass hold up the roof?
These posts won’t go out live, but I’m hoping they’ll preserve the time stamps and allow testing.
Going to do a little Apple Event live microblogging in Drafts so I can test my setup.
Think I’ve finally settled on a microblog post file name format of YYDDDHHMM.