Malkia Cyril: In December 2017, FBI agents forced Rakem Balogun and his fifteen-year-old son out of their Dallas home. They arrested Balogun on charges of illegal firearms possession and seized a book called Negroes with Guns. After being denied bail and spending five months in prison, Balogun was released with all charges dropped. To hisContinue reading “Watching the Black Body”
My big lifehack currently is to listen to podcasts and instructional videos at 2x speed. My brain can take in all the info, but in half the time. Works best for content that is mostly spoken words, obviously. But it has gotten me back into both learning & listening regularly.
Related to last post—I still have a lot of love for Mozilla Firefox, and the current ‘Quantum’ version is a major improvement. And I’m a big fan of their Container system for isolating various groups of websites so they cannot leak tracking info or follow you elsewhere.
I’ve started using Safari on macOS again as my primary browser, for the first time in many years. What surprises me most is a) how fast it is, b) how few extensions I need to add. For the majority of tasks, I can just use the Share menu. Mind=Blown.
Usually, my copy of Mozilla Firefox on my Mac will periodically sync my bookmarks to the cloud via my Firefox account just fine. But every so often, I’m finding that it’s stuck while syncing. That wouldn’t be a problem, except for the small matter of all my bookmarks, as well as my download history, disappearingContinue reading “Firefox (Not) Sync”
I’ve been using Mac utilities like Hazel, Keyboard Maestro, Typinator and others for a while now to automate various things. But this year I’ve decided to learn how to use the built-in tools like Automator and AppleScript to extend and improve on what I can achieve.
On a blog, you can be sure that your post can be found. On Facebook, your post may or may not show up, depending on what the Algorithm decrees. And there are no archives as such, so good luck trying to find something you wrote in the distant past.
The deadly truth about a world built for men – from stab vests to car crashes – Life and style – The Guardian James Brown was right when he sang “It’s A Man’s World”… but it turns out that it’s woman who is nothing, or rather absent from data modelling.
I used Kirby a few years back for a small website project, and really enjoyed it. Very customisable, and fewer hoops to jump through compared to WordPress. Not free, however. But few PHP static generators out there. Does PHP have that bad a rap?
Just tried out sharing a link to Micro.blog app on iPad via Share Sheet. The only problem is that there’s no way to refer back to the article, because the Share Sheet obscures it. So it works best if you don’t want to add anything, or have something short and pithy in mind.