HIM: Baa baa black sheep, have you any more? Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags more. One for the master, one for the day, one for the little boy who lives down the leg…
Suffering an acute bout of melancholy thinking of the time spent in 2013 driving home on Sunday evenings after playing basketball in Yawata.
I made a post announcing Flext on ProductHunt. If you’ve got an account over there, I’d appreciate any votes you have to spare!
So I finally released my iOS app, Flext. More information is available at the little webpage I made for it. It’s quite expensive but the entire app is open source so you can always compile it yourself and save yourself $20!
So as best as I can tell, UI test recording in Xcode is just broken and doesn’t work.
First time using Unlock iPhone with Apple Watch and it worked like a charm. After a year of continually waiting for face unlock to fail, it felt pretty magical.
I’m not sure I’m ever going to get used to Big Sur’s ‘square’ Terminal icon.
What is Xcode doing? Compiling itself from source?
Coming to you from Big Sur. I guess this isn’t so bad…
Just discovered I’ll need to update to Big Sur to get Xcode 12.5. I guess I couldn’t hold out forever.
I have created a spreadsheet of all the Macs I’ve owned, paying special attention to how long I’ve owned each one. I believe this is stage one of rationalising a new Mac purchase. (To be clear, I am literally at stage one. No decision made yet.)
Frequently when I update macOS on my MacBook Pro, the entire laptop will power down during the update process. If I turn it on, the update process will continue like nothing happened. That’s not how it’s supposed to go, is it?
I never tire of judicial shade: ‘This part of Lord Nicholls’ speech is not altogether easy to interpret.’
Am really on the fence about whether to switch to Castro. Having a rock-solid podcasting remote on the Apple Watch reinforces how much of a step backwards Overcast’s Watch app is for someone with my needs. On the other hand, the iPhone app UI design really takes some acclimation.
The only time my iPhone gets hot is when I’m looking at one of those AR models on Apple’s website. Boy, does it heat up fast, though.
I’m listening to Apple’s ‘Heard in Apple Ads’ playlist and fear I’ve been sucked into a consumerism singularity.