Wanted to throw out one more link for the weekend to share a really cool kickstarter project.
The Cyrcle Phone – is a circular Android phone developed by dTOOR. It’s not a flagship Samsung or Apple, but it IS an innovative take on smart phones that’s well worth checking out. Even if you think you want to stick with your canonical rectangular phone, this is one of those super-interesting kickstarters worth checking out and supporting.
Part of my role at Unity is managing some of our documentation work. This article from the amazing Julia Evans on writing good examples is excellent,
My dungeons and dragons group finished a long (3.5 year) campaign during the pandemic, and I’ve been filling in running our game while they can take time to be a player. I’ve been using Foundry VTT to run games, and I am loving it.
It’s the beginning of a 4-day weekend – Now that the weather is more manageable in the Seattle area,I’ll probably go on a hike or two this weekend. The Hike Finder Map from wta.org is a great way to discover new trails.
It’s been a weird week as I see more and more unmasked people milling about, but while still unnerving, it’s nice to see and end approaching. Here are some covid-free articles I found that seem interesting.
I’ve been hearing a lot about Product Ops recently and then I found this article which provides (I think) a good overview.
Some of you have heard me speak of a project at Microsoft I named, “stupid science project” to get Android apps to run on Windows phone. Getting it working was relatively easy – there was just no market fit. In an attempt to save Windows, it’s back on the radar.