Blog: Boogie Board: a beautiful, modern, portable take on the blackboard
(Not to mention inexpensive at $35-$45. I got mine delivered from the US to Ireland for ~€50.)
No, @Matomo (previously Piwik) doesn’t give two shits about privacy; releases tag manager product, hints at first-party tag manager integration of third-party trackers as method for circumventing tracker blockers.
Was trying to understand the logic behind flat tree serialisation used in bitfields in DAT last night and ended up making a little animation to visualise it once I finally got it. Would probably be nice to include in the book.
So I wrote a thread on birdsite on the #Six4Three Facebook files confiscated and released by UK Parliament. Enjoy + feel free to RT the crap out of it:
Battling the #Rust borrow checker, a Git log love story in several commits.
PS. One important caveat: it has tracking on by default when you compose an email so make sure you turn that off: https://foundry376.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115002228092-How-do-I-turn-off-or-disable-link-tracking-read-receipts-
Just discovered and started using Mailspring (https://getmailspring.com/) on my Linux machine after unsuccessfully trying to get Fastmail support added to Geary (https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/geary/merge_requests/26).
Really enjoying it so far. It’s not fully open source (the interface is but the mail engine core isn’t) but it’s also not VC-funded and has a freemium business model based on getting companies to pay for extended functionality. Search so far is also excellent. And it has first-class support for Fastmail :)
Wow, Reuters, 1984 was meant to be a warning, not an instruction manual, you absolute muppets.