These are the things that captured my attention in the past week.
I watched this story unfold on Twitter over a weekend, and it kept getting crazier. You should also read Chloe’s own post on the matter..
A story of a completely different sort, but no less interesting. With computers being so compact these days, it’s surprising this doesn’ happen more often.
If this is true (seems likely), it will be massively successful. As described, it sounds like the spiritual successor to Yahoo! Pipes, which was way ahead of its time.
I’m starting to experiment with GraphQL. It’s early days, but GraphQL seems like the right solution for a lot of problems.
The iPad Pro is starting to play a bigger role in my photography. When I went to Florida on vacation this summer I didn’t take my laptop at all, only my iPad Pro. There are still some awkward bits about working with RAW files on iOS, but overall it’s become capable of handling a lot of things. Also, I’m starting to build/acquire a bunch of iOS shortcuts now. It’s so easy to build them, and I’ve already found a number that I’m using daily.
Their reasoning is similar to mine. Perhaps it’s just selection bias but I see this sentiment echoed all over lately.