Had a quick walk around the Kilpatrick moor to the Slacks Trigpoint and back. Overcast with a fairly strong breeze. Autumn seems to have started. Saw a couple of Red Admirals when the sun tried to get through.
Amethyst Deceiver possibly?
📺 Looking forward to this
Home early enough for a walk round Victoria Park. A sparrow hawk being chased by crows. The parakeets are back zooming and shrieking all over the place exotic green on a grey sky. I think I could see the dab chick chick following a parent out on the pond. Work cobwebs away.
We had a short walk along a couple of miles of the River Ayr way.
Passed along John Macadam’s experiments in tar macadam roads.
I don’t think FirstClass likes O365 😉
I first used NetNewsWire back in 2002, really started using in in 2005 stopped when it left Brent Simmons’ hands.
The new version is lovely, I am still hooked into inoreader so hope that one of the feature requests it to add that as a syncing option. Until I will use NetNewsWire for a few feeds (I think the default one), I don’t do all my reading via inoreader anyway so usually have a few double reads anyway.
Allowing third parties access to the online giants is as risky as it is profitable
Ever since the web arrived, the overriding mantra of online entrepreneurs has been “get big fast”: recruit users or customers as quickly as possible to get to the point where the network effect kicks in and discourages potential competitors.
This seem to be to be the opposite of what Manton is doing with Micro.blog I am delighted about that