This afternoon I’ve been trying to learn more about the specifications and tools supporting IndieWeb. Looking at how tools like Aperture are trying to normalise content in to a single reader view for interactions with the microsub standard has got me thinking that Automattic’s investment into Matrix and their acquisition of Tumblr likely have a much bigger impact on the decentralised web than I’d really given any thought to.
I spent a few hours last night playing around with the fidgety little changes in iOS14 and think I’ve pretty much got my iPhone where I want it.
The first public beta for iPadOS still has a lot yet to be finished, I haven’t found any major issues or challenges with it yet, but I’ve not really been able to make the most of the new features.
I’ve been spending some time over the last couple of days to try and learn more about the goals of the Indie Web movement and start getting more actively involved in the community. I’d welcome any advice on how best to be actively useful in this space.
I’m seeing an issue where plugins are showing up as themes, but causing an error. @help
I had to cut yesterday’s ride short at 50km as I’m still struggling with some pain in my left knee when I load too much pressure on it. Otherwise a lovely ride with a good average speed 🚴♂️
Just watched: The King of Staten Island 🍿 I wasn’t quite sure what to expect going in to this, it was Bill Burr that caught my eye. I thought this was great, and real dry style of comedy.
I’ve been having problems with the amount of time I’ve been wearing my AirPods Pro since working from home and for the last week have been favouring my over-ear headphones instead because.
This afternoon while reorganising I found the box my AirPods came in where I remembered they also came with different sized buds.
I have been wearing the wrong size buds since November last year.
Managed to hit my target of 3 runs this week. Today was without doubt the hottest run in a long time. 🏃♂️
I would love it if Safari on iPadOS got a little more like the MacOS equivalent. It’s so singularly focussed on the active tab rather than any other function.
The interface on Big Sur looks like it would support a touch interaction.. A hint of Mac things to come?
I really do love Sign in With Apple, glad it’s being expanded to support migration of existing accounts.