@rcrackley that’s not good. What’s broken?
@birchtree if I could get my Mac to stop opening music even when my AirPods are just nearby. That would be great.
@bobiverse wow they look really nice! Why am I only hearing about these now. That will teach me for just searching “field notes cover”.
@joshginter I didn’t. I have the issue that there are actually too many options however most seem to be limited to the US.
I’m hoping the Bellroy option comes back into stock in February as they say.
That one looks really nice! My other option is to find a leather crafter in the uk to make me one.
Agree with this. It just becomes ‘content’
Without actually doing it for free first and proving you have something valuable to provide.
@chris yes, as long as a phone has your sim card in and is active you can send messages form multiple devices and they will appear as if from your mobile number.
You can ow also have multiple iMessage numbers.
@pimoore the card is all meta tags in the head which most social networks read from.
There are a few dynamic ones. If there are images in the post then one of these is shows mid not I have a fall back image.
@manton is this something on micro.blog end?
@greghiggins457 Pre is a huge hero of mine.
@mako nothing that sticks out at the moment but I’ve got something pretty specific in my mind I think. There’s loads to choose from though!
@mako this seems to be a tend. All reviews I can find are for things that are discontinued or not available outside the US.
@sylvia I did look at Etsy but there are so many to choose from! I’ll have a look again follow your advice. Thank you.
@birchtree At some points you have to because it makes business sense, theres no avoiding it. But building your whole income on the back of something that could go away at any point with no repercussion, a la twitter api's or affiliate links, is a major risk.
That doesn't make it 'bad business', but you always need to have a nuclear option to fall back on. If we use the twitter example thankfully they all have that, Mastodon. They didn't build Mastodon apps before, hardly anyone did, because it didn't make business sense, now it does / they don't have another options.
As far as I am aware most companies also made other apps which is sensible. So in a sense they never built a 'bad business' but its still got to sting.
This happens all over the place with other business areas and they don't have another plan in place, nor a leg to stand on once the rug is pulled out.
@birchtree I have a concept in my head that a buisness needs a steady ratio is assholes to good people. No business can be completely asshole free so you need some grounding people to sort them out.
When an asshole is in charge of recruitment, or on Twitters case redundancies, your ratio goes the wrong way!
@chris I don’t think I could have an office without a whiteboard.
There’s something about drawing things out that makes my brain work better. Bonus points for terrible diagrams too.
@JoeCotellese I'm a big fan of the Punk IPA so I may try these out. Thanks for the heads up
This one showed up too but has since gone
@georgeprobably already subbed! There’s some weird posts that come though though.
@joshginter between working, writing for sweet setup and family time there won’t be much of the day left.
@joshdm thanks for spotting. Something broke when publishing (no idea what) so I’ve put in a redirect.
@mako I used to listen to hours and hours when I drove lots. Better than music.
But now not so much. I like interviews and topics not tech news for for hours in end.
Couldn’t agree with the point on note taking more. Agree 100%.
@johnjohnston it’s surprisingly nice! Lots of non alcohol options now it’s pretty great.