Activity trackers have made the inner workings of our bodies accessible to anyone…,Your wearable is collecting data constantly. How do you apply data science to your wearable for things like sleep, activity, and heartrate?
In mobile Chrome, a collection of reference material and biting essays:
- Burned Out and Fantasizing About a Big Life Reset? Start Here – Doist blog
- All About Android Apps – Official TWiT Wiki
- The New Yorker Looks To A Stupid Man To Answer An Even Stupider Question – Albert Burneko
- This Subway Makes A Stop at Ground Zero – Tom Scocca
- Brett Kavanaugh Is A Man The Right Can Get Behind – Albert Burneko
- Things that help us relax – The Wirecutter
- Some Types of Pain Are More Valuable Than Others – David Roth
- The Movie Assassin – Sarah Miller
- ‘Fortnite’ could only exist in a world that is running out of resources – Polygon
- About page – Helm
- Zoho Notebook Features
- Setting up WordPress – Micro.blog
- These Are The Bad Times – Tom Scocca
- Zoho Notebook Business Model
- Backward Compatibility – Available Games – Xbox One
- Visionary Brain Genius Elon Musk Has Invented The World’s Worst And Most Expensive Subway – Albert Burneko
- Indieweb Projects
- My library online account
- You Can’t Get There From Here – David Roth
- The Polestar 2 is a Google-powered all-electric Tesla competitor – The Verge
- Boeing Treats the Airlines Like the Airlines Treat Customers – Tom Scocca
In mobile Firefox, an aspirational reading list and unread items from my micro.blog feed:
- Stepping Into the Uncanny, Unsettling World of Shen Yun – Jia Tolentino
- Ichiro Forever – Barry Petchesky
- Everyone hates my big stupid horse in Red Dead Online – Cass Marshall
- Copy A Notion Template
- Trump, Burt and Loni (Oil on canvas, 2019) – Jeb Lund
- Introducing Firefox Send, Providing Free File Transfers while Keeping your Personal Information Private – Firefox Blog
- The Color of Money – Ijeoma Oluo
- OpenAI built a text generator so good, it’s considered too dangerous to release – TechCrunch
- The mythos and meaning behind Pokémon‘s most famous glitch – Ars Technica
- If Elliott Abrams’ Career Is a Disgrace, Then American Foreign Policy Is Disgraceful – Tom Scocca
- The Communal Mind – Tricia Lockwood
- Can’t Unsee, the design quiz
- How to Organize Your Family’s Tasks and Projects With Todoist – Ambition and Balance, the Doist blog
- Don’t Just Delete Facebook, Delete All of Facebook – Tom Scocca
- IndieAuth, One Year Later – Aaron Parecki
- My Mighty Simple Workflow for Link Blogging – Jon Mitchell
- Tracking My Movie, TV, and Podcast Activity – Jonathan LaCour
- What It’s Like Over Here, What’s It Like Over There? – Luke O’Neil
- For the Weekend: Fourteen – Simon Woods (another link blog!)
- Using All the Note Apps – Jason Burk
- Indiana’s Religious Left Flexes Its Political Muscle – NPR
- I Embraced the PopSocket and It Changed My Damn Life – Wired
- Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Using a 6-Box To-do List – Annie Mueller
- Micro.blog + Mastodon – Manton Reese
- Notebook Turducken – Austin Kleon
- This post on task managers by Eli Mellen
- Improving user experience with links, notifications, and Webmentions – Chris Aldrich
- MarsEdit alternatives on Alternative.to
- Sharing Options – xkcd
- The Bill Belichick Offseason Simulator – Jon Bois
- IndieWebCamp 2019 Online registration (did not RSVP or attend)
- Lego Classic – Tiger
- Daywise schedules your notifications to help you chill out and get more done – Android Police
Julian Casablancas may be the last of his scene with enough stardom to agonize over. Good thing he’s got a band that just wants to have fun.
There’s a better way to own and control your online identity
- Invaluable installation instructions in the Known documentation, as well as here. The only issue I kept having was where to place the uploads directory, and how to point to it.
- Really, reeealy looking forward to importing my old blog content here. I know that WordPress import is on the horizon, and I forsee it bringing a large influx of personal sites to their hosted service.
- I love that the #indieweb functionality works out of the box.
- Chrome handles it very well on Android, but I need to play around with it more to figure out how to reply. Almost needs to be its own app…
- Facebook thinks I am a robot when I try to setup POSSE here, even after I answer a captcha and verify my mobile phone. So they don’t get to see any of these posts.
I have not written many posts lately, as evidenced by my WordPress page (currently at pilchernet.com). Hopefully this refresh will kickstart some creativity.
Oberon Day is Canadian for “Beer Christmas” with Jessamine – View on Path.