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Checked into Fog Harbor Fish House

Nice salad for lunch.

 
 

Oh hello SFO. πŸ‘‹πŸΌ

 
 
 

Great article! Definitely check out Known. Its what I use on my website – https://cleverdevil.io – and I've done a lot of work to make it integrate nicely with Micro.blog. There are still gaps, but overall, I am happy with it.

 

If you have a piece of tape covering your laptop webcam, but are still on Facebook, or use Google for search, I have some bad news for you... you've got your priorities wrong!

 
 

Checked into Riviera Barber Shop

Yikes, it’s crowded! In for the long haul waiting for a cut with William.

 
 

Someone needs to take a truly fresh approach to web browser UX. Separation of work/personal identities, "project" spaces with collections of windows/tabs, new models for organization beyond tabs (they scale terribly), privacy toggles, more!

 

That said, here's my potentially controversial view on the state of web browsers: a rendering engine monoculture is less of a problem for users than the fact that web browser user experience has completely stagnated.

 

While I am definitely sad that Microsoft has decided to exit the HTML rendering engine game, and even more sad that they picked Chromium, I can understand their business reasons. Likely the right move for them.

 
 
 

Reflecting on re:Invent after digesting the announcements, and its becoming increasingly clear to me that many should leap right over containers, and adopt functions. Problems to navigate, for sure, but the future seems clear.

 

Checked into The Social Register

Lazy dinner at the hotel restaurant.

 

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