Happy Cloud computing - it's all fucked! :D https://youtu.be/3sn63_vsLNs
Incidentally, the choon I'm listening to on my DT770's on a Monday morning at 3AM is https://open.spotify.com/track/1yv3aBLO9rgyEHmAR7jI1M
The story ends with a fresh new installation of macOS, a Backblaze subscription, two user accounts ("no, look, I know you're married but you're not 'one person' - do you share an email address? phone number? passport? driving license?"), LastPass for both users with browser extension, and their master passwords written down somewhere safe.
Parent: "Can you give me the details for the social media account you set up for my business?" "Sure, just log into facebook...", "I don't know my password", "OK... lets log you into Lastpass", "I forgot the password to it", "Right... lets do Screen Share", "I can't log into my computer", "...<silent facepalm>... OK lets reset your password with your iCloud account","I can't log into that either"
It is proven! I am naxxfish on Keybase: https://keybase.io/naxxfish/sigchain#3089939a90c0eb3290c4c978a5b4f2217f7ff822e7e64ea38d705979d7f67c780f
For the avoidance of doubt, Daylight Savings Time (or British Summertime, specifically) is a stupid idea in the 21st century. If your work requires daylight, wake up earlier, and stop making me build systems that need to handle 1AM happening twice in the same day once a year. I dread to think how much money is wasted every year on engineering systems that can handle a physical dimension changing representation for 6 months.
The Only Way is Ethics - my journey into learning how to not kill people or the planet by wearing clothes https://naxxfish.net/2019/03/10/the-only-way-is-ethics/
"Dear AI overlords, permit me to dull my misery in a social context" "OK, here's some money" https://ifttt.com/applets/BYtzTR7u-when-you-say-i-m-off-to-the-pub-withdraw-from-a-monzo-pot?term=monzo
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