The “open and private” European approach to contact tracing looks neither open nor private anymore.
The bright sides of working from home are the walks during lunch break.
Today, there even was a little snack.
April photo challenge: April 16, Angle.
I hate recent Apple product pages. I mean they look nice, but they are barely usable. Just compare the webpage to the page in the Apple Store app. The later still looks good, you can quickly find all information and you can even scroll!
📺 I was skeptical but after Chapter 4 of The Mandalorian I am fully on board. It’s interesting and refreshing but still feels like Star Wars.
I get used to reading more again. I am currently reading the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. But with my current pace I probably won’t finish it until the next global pandemic (currently at book 4/12) 📚
Baking and baking and baking and baking (with @Sophia9).
In the midst of the flour and yeast crisis my girlfriend and I have roused a passion for baking. Projects for today: a braided yeast bun and our second attempt at sourdough rolls.
You really notice that a lot of people are at home and don’t have much to do. The local park was packed with runners as well as people walking and laying on the lawn.
So I thought I’d share my top five tips how I try to get the very most out of my day-to-day work as a remote
Some nice tips for all of us who might need to work remote, soon.
What is your favorite, subscription or not, photo editor on iPhone?
I don’t really want to bring my iPad on my next trip.
We had a great day at Burgers Zoo in Arnhem, Netherlands, yesterday. I hope to share some more pictures in the next days.