Trying Chrome with the bookmarks bar hidden. I only have six bookmarks and I can easily open them by typing in the address bar.
Trying out MarsEdit for posting to my site.
“You can’t triple stamp a double stamp! You can’t triple stamp a double stamp, Lloyd! You can’t triple stamp a double stamp!” 🎥
“It’s 106 miles to Chicago. We got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark, and we’re wearing sunglasses.” 🎥
“I want to get one thing straight here, or I’m walkin’ too. I don’t work on January the 8th…cause that’s Elvis’ birthday.” 🎥
“We just talked to that guy Ito. We found out there’s no raise for 13,000 cars. I’m calling all the guys and we’re coming to get you!” 🎥
I removed the default feed, so this shouldn’t end up in the timeline. I’m thinking this will make my site more like a traditional blog, without the social aspects of Micro.blog.
It’s challenging to put together a Spotify playlist that last for 8 hours. I constrain it to no band repeats (but spin offs are acceptable, e.g., Nirvana and Foo Fighters). You’ll know I’m getting lazy when you see a Dream Theater song.
I went back to bash as my default shell and also ditched iTerm2 in favor of the stock Terminal.app.
I’ve switched back to using my MacBook Pro as my daily driver at work. The Windows experiment was fine, but I’m more comfortable on MacOS. Plus, I was starting to get too cozy with Windows style keyboard shortcuts.
One way to bypass the filter is to check for an Android App on the Chromebook with a built-in web browser. The filter extension does not run in Android Apps, and therefore cannot block or log anything. Bonus: Hapara cannot run either, so teacher’s can’t view the activity.