Since I am still technically eligible to participate in the Swift Student Challenge I decided to give it a shot: SwiftAR, a declarative framework for creating AR scenes.
14 + 2 hours for Let’s continue trying what obviously isn’t working.
And I thought my Zoom meetings were unproductive.
A deep-dive into Swift String Interpolation.
I was excited for a shipping update on our new M1 MacBook Air, but there were just payment processing troubles 😩
There are a lot of sports that are less enjoyable without crowds cheering but Darts might be the one that is hurt the most.
Let’s hope the atmosphere can return next year.
Sometimes, even 2-trillion company does something right. And, whatever their motives, it’s okay to acknowledge that.
New App Store commissions are great for those who benefit from it, but it won’t - and shouldn’t - be enough to face off the antitrust cases.
I enjoy going by train. In fact we don’t even own a car anymore. But thinking about all the creative ways people wear their masks alone makes me stay at home as much as possible.
I am really enjoying Microblogvember so far.
Posting each day is a nice challenge.
Wandering down along closed restaurants on bars on a Saturday night still feels spooky. Emptiness where there should be joy and life.
Let’s at least hope that the partial lockdown helps!
I’ve been wearing my Apple Watch to sleep for a couple of weeks now but honestly I don’t know why. The alarm is nice and subtle, but that’s the opposite of what I usually need in the morning. And the sleep data feels kinda… pointless.
The M1 Macs look like nice improvements. I am curious for some real-life experiences in the coming weeks.