Well, it’s a bit foggy in Vienna today.
Google: “soften butter quickly”
This is weird. When I view an Apple Watch only app on iOS 13.0 I can’t buy it because it requires iOS 13.0
I find it very nice of this toilet paper to tell me that it can be used by both man and woman.
Getting the TypeScript typings for React Higher-Order Components right is super hard. It took me all afternoon, but TypeScript stopped complaining so I think I’m good.
(This article here helped a lot: greatrexpectations.com/2018/08/2…)
Well, it took me quite a while to figure out how to delete an app in iOS 13.
(Hint: Long press the app icon AND then move the icon a bit)
The new album from Jenny Hval, The Practice of Love, is amazing. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Courtney Barnett at Flex, Vienna on September 4.
✏️ New blog post: cocur/chain v0.8.0 released
I created a Gatsby plugin for my blog to publish RSS2, Atom and JSON feeds and earlier this week I have released v1.0.0
Yesterday we went for a 13km walk through Prater. Beautiful scenery and reachable by subway.
Women are genuinely trapped at the intersection of capitalism and patriarchy – two systems that, at their extremes, ensure that individual success comes at the expense of collective morality.
✏️ New Blog Post: Segmentation fault when building Gatsby on Netlify
Fantastic profile of Bon Iver in Pitchfork.
Mitski at Flex, Vienna
Sakura at Flex, Vienna
Traunkirchen is probably one oft the most scenic train stations in the world.
It is August and for whatever reason I found a Pikachu with a Santa hat.
📚 I’ve read Serious Sweet by A. L. Kennedy and it’s fantastic. Highly recommended.
Over the weekend I finally finished the new version of my website and it’s now live. Powered by Gatsby and hosted on Netlify.
This is a great idea: Do nothing scripts.
Instead of writing a checklist you write a simple interactive CLI where each step in a manual process is a function. Automate them then function by function.
The problem is that nearly every implementation of a date picker is a barrier for some set of users.