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ICYMI, Eddie and I have posted a new episode of Two Dads Talking at https://twodads.fm. We have a theme song now! Listen, subscribe, and share your feedback! 🀟🏻😍🀟🏻

 
 
 

Checked into WeWork Mid-Market

Setting up for my talk!

 

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.