via Shorter Workweek Leads To Greater Happiness, No Loss in Productivity, In Iceland : NPR: Now, research out of Iceland has found that working fewer hours for the same pay led to improved well-being among workers, with no loss in productivity. In fact, in some places, workers were more productive after cutting back their hours. … Continue reading Iceland Study on Shorter Workweeks →
via Substack is getting into comics – The Verge: Among the creators signed up is James Tynion IV, who until now was the head writer of DC’s flagship Batman title. Tynion wrote in a blog post that he will be using Substack to “create a new slate of original comic book properties” and build “a … Continue reading Comics on Substack →
Meanwhile, Google and Samsung are merging two totally different OSes. None of Apple’s smartwatch competitors have made anything even vaguely approaching iconic hardware designs. And Samsung, we’re supposed to believe, is OK with competing manufacturers benefitting from this new Wear OS/Tizen merged platform based at least in part on Samsung’s work. What a mess. Daring … Continue reading Google and Samsung to Merge Wear OS and Tizen for Watches →
Today, we’re happy to announce that we’re releasing Outlining on iOS & iPadOS. It’s the same Outline you already enjoy on your Mac, but fully optimized for your iPhone & iPad. Outlining on iOS – MindNode Sometimes, you just want to outline. MindNode is such a beautiful app and it’s really helpful to outline thoughts … Continue reading Outlining on iOS – MindNode →
Google’s own search results have clearly gotten worse. The comparison of how low they sometimes push the top actual result are eye opening. Daring Fireball: Google’s Search Results Have Gotten Worse Couldn’t agree more. It’s impossible to use Google without an ad blocker Organic listings are damn near impossible to find at times Personally, I’ve … Continue reading Daring Fireball: Google’s Search Results Have Gotten Worse →
Nothing in life is 100%. Escaping The Amazon – //Jason Burk I found Jason’s chronicling of leaving Amazon behind quite interesting. It’s something I’ve thought a lot about recently in addition to Google. I’ve been getting caught up in ensuring I can distance myself from every little facet of each company, but I need to … Continue reading Escaping The Amazon (and Google) →
If you are combining your Stream Deck with Keyboard Maestro, you’ll want to check this out. StreamDeck + Keyboard Maestro with KMLink — MacSparky Just purchased a Stream Deck to help facilitate a number of automations in my workflow, and couldn’t agree more. Try KMLink: https://github.com/Corcules/KMlink
For some reason being able to pick up my controller and play on my phone, iPad, or on my TV whatever the situation really fits into my life. ♥️ Stadia – Greg Morris I received a free Stadia package from Google for being a YouTube Premium (or YouTube TV) subscriber. To quickly recap my previous … Continue reading Playing Stadia →
Prior to using YouTube over RSS, I would open the YouTube app on my iPhone or iPad, browse the subscriptions tab and save any video I wanted to view in my Watch Later playlist. Then I’d start watching from there. YouTube Over RSS – Initial Charge Reading this piece from Mike hit home. I love … Continue reading Subscribing to YouTube RSS →
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