Pokémon SwSh Thoughts
I’m a bit torn on the national dex thing. On one hand I really enjoy catching them ALL. On the other, I was always concerned that the ever growing number of Pokémon will stifle innovation going forward. If we get more immersive and technically impressive games going forward, I’m willing to accept this trade off.
What’s up NSColorSampler? 💜 https://developer.apple.com/documentation/appkit/nscolorsampler #WWDC19
Just watched Detective Pikachu! My spoiler-free impressions to folllow.
I loved every second of it. They really did justice to the source material and to Pokémon in general. The attention to detail is phenomenal, Ryan’s voiceover performance is top notch, and the Pokémon animations and expressions are the best I’ve seen on any medium.
As a long time Pokémon fan, this movie was a visceral experience. It‘s convincingly real. No game has ever achieved something even remotely close to this.
You don't have to be paranoid to want better privacy online. @michaelgrothaus provides a guide for "enhanced privacy", with tips including:
• Switch to DuckDuckGo
• Use a privacy-focused browser
• Use a VPN https://www.fastcompany.com/90316917/the-paranoid-persons-guide-to-online-privacy
@tonyarnold It was always buggy for me. I wish it was open-source so I could send some PRs.
Ever wondered why mainstream social media platforms offer a much worse UX to guest visitors compared to logged in ones? (Medium, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.)
It’s because they no longer rely on good UX to attract new users. Their massive size and the network effect that comes with that is the only mean of acquisition they rely on.
“We Need Chrome No More” is now translated to French by the nice folks over at @Framasoft “Nous devons nous dépasser de Chrome”
✏️ New essay: "We Need Chrome No More"
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