The difference between USA and Spain is wild. I cannot even invision a future in witch a third of the total number of engineers in a company quit a six figure job because they quite dislike its last memo. I just can’t.
Seriously thinking about changing my note-taking model (Yes, yes! I know! I own you the long-waited iPhone 12 mini review but c’mon…).
I’ve been using Apple Notes for the last few years. Prior to that, I used to tinkle with nvALT.
Now Obsidian feels like a good alternative for Markdown based notes.
Crazy idea: In landscape, iOS should swap the volume rocker + and -. It feels wierd to increase the volume by actioning the left hand one.
It’s probably still an overkill to watch youtube videos.
“Add to Reading List” is totally broken on my Macbook’s Safari. It literally takes up to 10 seconds to perform the animation and add the page to the list.
So today I got myself an iPhone 12 Mini and needless to say… So far so good! I really hope I can take a little time to write down a little review in the next few days of usage.
Seems like the blogging tool keeps improving with new features every day. Can’t wait to share it!
Dealing with DocumentGroup on the macOS feels SO FRUSTRATING.
I’m writting a blogging tool and there’s no way back.
So last week I got Slay The Spire on the Nintendo eShop for 15 euros. Total bargain.
Truth being told, I’ve had a pretty good time playing it! And I have enjoyed every minute of it. Although to be fair, I have to admit that my gaming time has certainly decreased over the past few weeks. But that is exactly the point, Slay The Spire acts as an easy-to-play / hard-to-master game with almost zero time to action, witch is perfect for the *quickies*.
I have played RPGs before and some of them I love, some of them I don’t. In this particular case, Slay The Spire adds the trading card component and that is key. In my younger days, nerd me used to play Pokémon and Magic The Gathering. Not as a pro or even a semi-pro level, but with friends and with friends of friends at the pool or at school. And somehow, Slay The Spire managed to evoke those afternoon combats.
In fact, what the hell? I DO want to trade cards again! (I still keep my curated deck 🙂).