I just started reading Esther Perel’s book, “Mating in Captivity”, and this line stuck out to me:

… it is in messages to children that societies most reveal their values, goals, incentives, prohibitions.

Very true words, and something I want to think about very consciously when raising kids. I want them to experience more than our culture can provide them.

I’ve been dealing with some anxiety lately, and I’m thinking about buying a weighted blanket. Supposedly using one can help with anxiety and depression.

I’ve been having a frustrating issue on Mojave that I’ve narrowed down to being caused by one of three apps: Screens Connect, 1Password, and Tooth Fairy. Anyone else running any of these apps on Mojave?

I remember seeing an iOS app posted a while back that would track the streets you’ve been on so you could try to visit all the streets in town. I think it might’ve been called “Paint the Town”, but I can’t find it anywhere.

Anyone know the app I’m talking about?

I decided to start work on a little personal project today, but instead spent 4 HOURS just trying to figure out why its unit tests weren’t running. Turns out, reading all the documentation is important folks.

Denzel Curry’s new album, TA13OO is far better than I expected, and I’ve loved his stuff thus far. Well worth checking out if you’re a hip-hop fan.

Contemplating replacing my Qnap NAS with a Mac mini. I think it’d be easier to us and manage if I just had a real computer to serve stuff rather than a weird Linux sort of thing.

Started my Monday off well by nuking a certificate which killed two of our apps. 🤦🏻‍♂️ iOS certificate management is complex to say the least.

Here’s hoping we get a new Mojave beta this week. I’ve been having some serious problems with it on my MacBook Pro over the past couple weeks.

Maybe this will be an unpopular opinion, but I wish there was an option to filter out replies to people I don’t follow on my Micro.blog feed.

After months of work, Navisphere Driver is now available in Europe! The list of supported countries doesn’t even fit on the screen! I’m very proud of the work the team and I did to make this happen.

I’ve been refactoring old code that I didn’t write for the past few days. The most valuable thing I’ve learned is how code formatting effects readability. There are many “clever” ways of writing code that make it difficult for someone unfamiliar with it to grok what’s going on.