If you find yourself sitting in cars now and then, this might be interesting to you and help you prevent accidents.
So if you open a cars door from the inside, you open the door with the hand that's not next to the door. This means that you turn around you body which automatically turns your vision in the direction where other cars or bikes might come from.

I was taught this early on I believe, anyways this is the way I have always done it.

#dutchReach #bike

@nigel SparkNZ are able to do eSIM for iPhones that have eSIM support - the XR and XS right now, I think - and maybe for Android phones that have eSIM.

Basically, rock up to a store and port your SIM in. Works great. 😄

Manawatu River on a very warm, still May day. Very unusual for Palmerston North.

Come and join @Abletech as a front-end developer with this fully paid internship role in lovely Wellington


Hey folks! Could you lend a hand?

I have a #Mapillary verification project, to validate local fire hydrants , to help improve local hazard maps.


I repurpose the many pill bottles that come my way - they are handy - but at some point I'll have as many as I need so it'd be even better if they were made from easily recyclable plastic. Ditto my asthma inhalers (which I haven't yet come up with a way to repurpose). #rpt

Trying again: A survey of quite a few very nice alternatives to Slack and Hipchat. Frankly, using a proprietary chat is just silly nowadays. There's no reason to hand your community/company's tacit knowledge to a 3rd party to hold hostage on their terms (which is what the proprietary options are effectively doing). how2shout.com/tools/open-sourc Other reasons why using proprietary chat like Slack is a bad idea: davelane.nz/why-slack-better-a

This is the chicken “sandwich” from the cart between Leed St and Eva St in Wellington. Recommended.

RT @openstreetmap
Our map serving load is increasingly spread over cache servers located worldwide, with donated hardware and hosting. At the moment we'd love a new server donation located in Brazil or Australia/New Zealand! : blog.openstreetmap.org/2019/02

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