End-to-end encryption utilizes a user-generated, private key to encrypt all entries before they reach Day One servers. With possession of the encryption key held only by the end user, maximum security is assured for journal data.
Long time coming, very happy for this. I don’t pour thoughts without filters into my journals, but in the back of my mind there’s always some additional caution.
Will be signing up ASAP.
To note, IFTTT will not work on encrypted journals initially, so plan ahead.
This week, I’ve been podcasting again in Spanish with Mauricio. It feels great, and I’m enjoying the low friction that using the Bumpers App allows. It doesn’t sound nearly as great as when Mauricio removed all my ums in the past, but it’s not bad for a recording done on the iPhone with my Airpods 1.
Hope we can keep it up. Here’s the latest version:
Even on an iPhone, Mauricio manages to sound 10x more pro than me. Sigh.↩
But Libin doesn’t really think skipping a meal or two counts. “People who are doing 16/8,” he says, referring to a schedule in which you fast for 16 hours of a day and eat regularly during the remaining eight, “to me that’s not fasting. That’s eating.”
It’s true that my weight loss — and then average weight — was lower when I was doing 24hr fasting twice a week. There’s also some research about doing a long fast every so ofter. But going a few days without fasting seems a bit extreme even for me.
I’m currently vaguely doing 16/8 twice a week, and my weight has crept slightly up, but still held on my 78kg.
The Skype you know and love has a fresh design and a ton of new features to stay connected with the people you care about the most.
I understand that mobile has to be the priority for any platform, and that naturally means competing with iMessage, WhatsApp, Messenger, Snapchat, etc. But, anecdotally I think most people use Skype differently than those platforms.
Skype is closer to LinkedIn than Snapchat, and this redesign makes it feel like a me too app, rather than stand up on it strengths. This makes it more likely that you’ll start using the other — more popular — apps for what you use Skype, than the other way around.
My bet would have been to a friendlier Slack type solution, that takes advantage of pre-paid credits rather than paid plans for advanced features.
Apples latest iPad represents the return of the iBook and white MacBook device in the lineup. A solid “current” version that’s easy to recommend without having to attach footnotes or corollaries.
An iPad with trackpad and keyboard
The iPad with keyboard already exists. Visit apple.com/ipad and the third hero image shows an iPad Pro with a Smart Keyboard (with multitasking and App switching).
The iPad with trackpad also exists… on software. Use two-finger gestures on the iPad software keyboard and you get a mouse pointer. A way to use this feature with a hardware keyboard is inevitable, at least if Apple expects us to consider the iPad a viable alternative to MacBooks.
A locked-down ARM MacBook
A recent rumormade the rounds about ARM-based MacBook’s with a locked down macOS. This makes little sense to me. You can basically get the macOS mentioned in the rumor with App Store and OS auto-update options already available on macOS.
Locked down macOS vs iOS with mouse support
Both of these are blasphemous on their own way. Diminishing users system access on macOS and adding a mouse pointer to iOS, both break a basic assumption of the platform.
However, both platforms are already going down a slippery slope towards these unnatural features. On macOS, the arrival of the App Store and iCloud Drive started a questionably successful path to lock down the OS and filesystem.
Even on iOS, the all terrible mouse has shown up in disguise since version iOS 9 — with Trackpad Mode — which is useful with the virtual keyboard, and frustratingly missing on hardware ones.
Apple doesn’t need an answer to the Chromebook
A classic error when looking at Apple is to assume they worry about providing an answer to a category: Netbooks, PDAs, wireless speakers, etc.
Apple provides innovative answers to problems with high-margin solutions they can iterate on. Sometimes, these answers overlap what a few of the things the industry was trying to address with a category, but not focus on the one thing Apple set out to.
I do think Apple could benefit from a similar answer to the Chromebooks — and it involvers the iPad with a Smart(er) Keyboard.
The Essential Phone is expertly crafted using titanium and ceramic, has a stunning edge-to-edge Full Display and captures stunning images (even in low light) with the world’s thinnest dual camera system ever built for a phone.
This is a beautiful phone. At $699, also extremely well priced given specs: 128GB storage, 4GBRAM, titanium/ceramic body, etc1
Compared to Google Pixel with same storage at $749↩
Is it worse than McDonalds? Probably not, but at least you don’t feel good about eating McDonalds, and that’s where the problem is. This idea that Soylent is healthy tricks you into thinking that if you have your Soylent, you’ve done your good-eating-deed for the day, instead of thinking of it as a last resort like a protein bar.
I think that Soylent is a great alternative to most lunch options around my office, which is why it’s my default meal. But the combination of fasting and Soylent does make me go overboard for dinner sometimes. So will be giving this some thought.
The original analogue tapes are the highest definition version of the record, and nothing will ever beat them. However in the 20 years since the original release mastering technology has improved a lot, and with new equipment and techniques we can make a digital version that’s an improvement of the original transfer.
I’m getting this. While I don’t think I’ll appreciate the higher quality of the remaster, the influence this album had on me was huge. I love this album. My mom took me to the store to buy this album on a Friday after high school, and suddenly I had a musical taste that really clicked.