#mast works on the new iPad Pro but feels full of bugs (layout and functional like the share extension blocking the snapshot screen and never posting...). It also supports keyboard but is half baked.
I’ve been testing Brave browser on osx for a few days on my personal computer and at work and It’s working well. Is like chrome but removing all the google shit. Also is trying to promote a better internet. It blocks ads but allows you to pay with it’s own crypto to the sites you love. Really interesting model that deserves my support. 100% recommended. https://brave.com/bra110
So... I bought Spiderman XD
@johnsundell hey there, just finally checked Splash and I think is a great work. Easy to understand. Good work there!
Ok, omnifocus is really changing the way I work for better. Time to budget it on ynab to buy pro for mac and iOS. The best things so far are perspectives and proyect organisation. I find myself creating smaller projects and that helps me focusing a lot more on what I want to get. On Things I had a “Personal” project and as you may suspect that was a disaster. Oh, and review perspective is a win too, it helps me keeping an eye of what I have to do yet or what maybe I don’t wan’t to do.
Safari Technology Preview 64: "websites are no longer able to request permission to send push notifications in the absence of a user gesture, like a mouse click" 👍 https://webkit.org/blog/8406/release-notes-for-safari-technology-preview-64/
At the same conference, I was talking to a woman who was enthusiastically describing her company's tech. I asked, "are you a founder, developer?" She was a founder.
Always assume people are experts, even if they don't "look like" your conception of an expert.
You'll either be right, or if you're wrong, it'll still be a respectful assumption. And it'll probably be a relief to people constantly needing to justify why they belong in a space.