Now that I've learnt about RecyclerViews in Android apps, I keep noticing apps where they have broken it. Foursquare tips view being one of them. I think they've set the total number of elements incorrectly so items are being recycled without getting reinitialised with new content (causing repeating items).
Minor UX problem on the underground: saw a European man who asked me "Does the number 3 go to Baker Street?" To which I said "all of them go to Baker Street". He had interpreted the numbers on the information screen to mean there were different tube lines (identified by numbers) running through the same platform, not just the order of the trains running and their destination. In the UK we don't give train routes numbers to identify them, but that is common practice around Europe. #ux
Do I win a prize for the most obtuse and vauge code example in a StackOverflow question? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52803255/apply-an-operation-to-each-result-in-an-array-resolved-by-a-promise-without-nest
"I wonder", I idley thought "if anyone has developed ML to generate dank memes" don't be daft, of course they have https://thenextweb.com/artificial-intelligence/2018/06/15/stanford-researchers-taught-ai-to-make-dank-memes/
Just want to let everyone know - I've found God. In a GitHub repo. https://github.com/JordanMicahBennett/God/blob/master/README.md
I wrote about why I still shoot #35mm #film in 2018 https://naxxfish.net/2018/09/01/why-i-shoot-film-in-2018-%F0%9F%93%B7/