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Canon boss says smartphones may shrink the digital camera market in half by 2021 — TechSpot - The Loop

Not surprised.

it’s kind of like that

Stop the lap dance I want to go home

Whenever things get rough for me I like to say it to cheer myself up: “Stop the lap dance I want to go home.”

I’m just trying to imagine myself yelling this out-loud at work.

Report.

🎥 Polar, we watched this movie last night. It’s like John Wick and The Punisher had a baby and was produced by Quentin Tarantino — loved it!

Unrelated: according to my DayOne, six years ago today, I got sprayed in the face with agrobacteria. Fun!

Mark Gurman:

Apple killed FaceTime conferencing server side it seems. Right move. pic.twitter.com/H23W2tirgr

I guess that’s something.

🎵…they’re talking about Marley 😎
A Song Call Marley by Toots & The Maytals

I so need to catchup with SAGA, and it’s been so long I might as well just start over until. Such a great book. 📚

A while ago I had stopped using Unread as my main RSS reader. For a while I was using Fiery Feeds and it’s great, lots of great features. Today I redownloaded Unread, I had forgot how much and why I loved this RSS client, very minimalistic and simple.

What’s worth keeping?

What’s worth keeping? I think this was the real issue I was probably trying to address on my last post.

Ever since I started “blogging”, I have been operating under the impression that everything I write needs a long term backup system. Everything and anything needs to be saved in some system and live forever in such system. Whether that’s iCloud or Dropbox. Does it really, thought? Is it that important? Is it necessary?

Maybe is not about saving everything, but rather what’s worth keeping. I think. The root cause for my issue here is that before Micro.blog, I was just making “long posts” (more than 280 characters). Perhaps that was me trying to treat my blog more like a “pro-blog”. And now that I am more active in microblogging and treating my blog more of a diary, I find myself posting more and more short posts (less than 280 characters). So, no, maybe not everything needs to be kept forever.

I think Simon Woods put it in the perspective for me;

…if I truly care about the things I am writing then I will go to the effort of attempting to maintain it.

IN OTHER NEWS:

I am still tryin to decide between Ulysses and iA Writer! When it’s not about tasks manager, its text editors. I have issues.

Getting Ahead By Being Inefficient

Inefficient does not mean ineffective…

This was a good read.

Some may call it, witchcraft , what we are making here. 🤫🤭😁 🧙🏼‍♂️

🎥 Smallfoot — my favourite character in this movie its the mountain goat!

…and a sick kiddo.

Marley, age two.

Today she asked to go to bed without diapers. Marley wanted her “big-girl-panties”.

Wish us luck.

🎶…they’re talking about Marley..🎶

Is it important?

Ever since I started “blogging”, I have been operating under the impression that everything I write needs a long term backup system. Everything and anything needs to be saved in some system and live forever in such system. Whether that’s iCloud or Dropbox. Does it really, thought? Is it that important? Is it necessary?

Once it’s published does it needs to be retrievable, and of so, for what? I guess I can see the need to if I was writing for a “Pro” blog or a profesional news website. But maybe not for what I do. All I do is make believe anyway.

Right now my system consists on writing, publishing then whatever I published goes as an entry in Day One using IFTTT, after that I really don’t care what happens with the text.

🎥 Justice League

It’s good to have friends.

It is always good to have good friends come over. Those that no matter the years and the life changes, they are always around. The kind of friends that celebrate those changes with you as if was theirs. The kind of friendship my wife (in her somewhat infinite wisdom) has always advise me to cultivate and nurture.

We had a good time today, they came over, they met baby Luna, we had pizza, beer and good conversations.

Smilemore®️:

Everyone you meet has something to teach you.

I believe there’s some truth to that.

every day carries?

NIOH

Back when I got my Play Station 4, whenever that was ago, the first game I played was NIOH. Actually, I remember buying the console specifically because both of this game and the announcement of the Final Fantasy VII remake. Anyway, I quickly stopped playing Nioh, I found it extremely difficult. But for some reason I kind of want to revisit it and try again.

Will see, I am still hooked up with Diablo 3 on the Nintendo Switch.

Are you happy?

— Marley, age two.

The very first thing she says to me as soon as we woke up today.

It is my Friday and it’s been a long day. Now, if you all excuse me 😊 I’m going to enjoy this Hop Bullet Double IPA by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co..

Salud !

Weezer (Teal Album) by Weezer

This album is fantastic — love it!

Macintosh Turns 35 – 512 Pixels

Happy birthday, Mac!

This thing is just as old as I am.

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