As an introvert myself, I pretty much agree with all of these. Beware.
Hopefully this gets even more people off of FeedBurner before Google eventually pulls the plug. I’m a happy customer here and at Enjoy These.
A beautifully-designed info box for files. That’d be nice.
Perfect time to watch The Wire you haven’t seen it yet.
A good overview of VaulPress.
This year, I decided to double down on backups, security and privacy. I’m still working on my complete setup, but VaultPress was the eventual go-to for my main domain backup. I’m a happy customer thus far.
We’re just about midway through the 12-day Every Simpsons Ever marathon. Here’s a list of the greatest line from each character. Lots of laughs, courtesy of The Wire.
Welcomed news out of San Diego from ComiXology — the company’s first bit of good news since being purchased by Amazon. The top comics-purchasing platform will now allow DRM-free backups of some of the comics you purchase.
This is great on many levels. I very much enjoy buying digital comics. I get to read and contribute to my favorite creators without having to build up a huge stash of comics that I may never open again. My only problem thus far has been that I never actually owned those files, as with any other DRM setup. That, of course, makes no sense.
Thankfully, ComiXology is giving that options to publishers. So far, these are on board:
- Top Shelf
- Image Comics
We’re waiting on you, Marvel and DC.
The Loop as all the links you need with a running storyline of the latest in Comcast reps.
I’m about to move to a new apartment so I’ll need to talk to these reps to transfer my service — I’m not looking forward to it. I’d love to find a new provider, but like everyone else, Comcast is essentially the only option in my area. So it goes.
I’ve been ramping up recommendations on Enjoy These recently, and most of the posts have been focused on apps as either new ones have popped up or hold ones have updated. Flick through for (currently) five of my most-used iOS apps.
Whenever I come across one of these mobile app ‘popups’ on a page, I cringe. Two of them The Atlantic? Come on.