Screw you, Apple Watch. I just got back from a 45 minute outside walk, which you counted as only 5 exercise minutes even though I started a “workout”.
I pushed XRG 2.8 out the door this evening. This update fixes the stock graph and fixes the battery display on some MacBook Pros when fully charged. I also added a reset graph option to each graph’s contextual menu.
We found this at the bottom of our grocery shopping list. Apparently our youngest thought we were running dangerously low on cereal.
Tonight I had the privilege of photographing Gina McCarthy, a former head of the EPA. Her talk on communicating climate change was excellent.
Neil Peart was one of the finest drummers I’ve ever heard. If you haven’t heard his solo of O Baterista, you’re missing out. Such an amazing talent lost…
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, both inside and out.
Apparently four and a half hours of yard work burns a lot of calories. Feeling pretty sore already, but on the plus side I think the leaves are finally taken care of for the season.
Winter came a little bit early this year.
Spent the last two days at The Ohio Linux Fest. The last time I attended had maybe 150 attendees back in 2005. Now they have over 700 people registered and several conference tracks. Great to see the growth.
*Rubs hands together* Wooo!! I’ve been configuring servers for months, and finally picked the perfect setup.
Ordered this Dell R6515 with a 16 core/32 thread AMD EPYC 2 CPU, 128GB of RAM, and 6TB of raw SSD storage. Can’t wait to see what it can do.
The dumbest change in iOS 13 is this button in Mail. Why the hell does it let the user do anything but Reply?
Trying to decide whether to install iOS 13 today, or just wait until 13.1 comes out next Tuesday. There must be some pretty big issues in 13 if Apple is pushing up the 13.1 release by a week.
So is the latest iPad OS 13 betas stable enough to install on a daily device? Really want to take advantage of some of the new Files features.
At the Micro.blog meetup. Howdy everyone…
The base 2019 Mac Pro only has a 256GB SSD; pathetic for a $6k computer. However, the bottom of the specs page on Apple’s site mentions Pegasus MPX Modules. The Pegasus 2Ji gives you a couple of 3.5” drive slots, and the 4Ri will give you an internal 4 disk RAID 5!
BTW, if you’re wanting to install Catalina on your Mac with APFS but don’t have a second drive, open Disk Utility and add a second volume. It will share the storage with your primary volume, while still giving you a clean “partition” to work with.
Just copied a 6GB file across the network in 8 seconds flat. 10GB Ethernet FTW.
So tired of Michigan weather. Out at the baseball field with a temperature of 53° and 28 mph gusts…in May. And this isn’t even the coldest game this season.
Perfect month, for the first time ever.
So pissed off right now. Spent about an hour recording video with a Rode VideoMic Go, and the mic picked up a ton of static from the WiFi base station nearby. The video is now completely unusable.
I need a new mic that actually has a shielded cable so I can use it in a room with electronics.