I really need to start blowing through some film. Ironically I also need to buy a bunch before the prices go up in January.
This Monument 2 private photo storage device has me intrigued.
Speaking of unlocking, just got the latest 1Password update with Apple Watch unlocking. YES!
The presence of my unlocked watch can unlock my computer but the presence of my unlocked phone and/or unlocked computer cannot unlock my watch?
Apple Arcade recommendations?
The older you get the easier it is to see the wisdom in Mister Rogers having indoor and outdoor shoes and sweaters.
A reminder for myself as much as anyone else; stop worrying about what your photographs look like and worry more about what is in them.
There are specific days that I know, anecdotally, that my blog is getting a fair amount of traffic. And on those days I wish I had stats. But then I remember all of the benefits to having zero stats and I’m OK not knowing.
I’m giving HazeOver a trial and I really like it so far on Catalina. From what I’ve seen and read about Big Sur this utility is much more needed there. My current setting is 18%.
It is nice that you can subscribe to Exposure’s Publications via RSS. I’m now subscribed to their Adventure pub.
I see some tweets complaining that Twitter is ripping off other social platforms. Stories are a medium that Snapchat pioneered. They are a medium the same way photos, audio, or text are, and they can be brought to any platform now. Twitter has them all.
It is this time of year that I become more aware of, and have more ire for, Earth’s tilt. But hey, at least we don’t have to deal with Neptune’s crazy 97º tilt. Imagine that!
Giving Apple One a try. If I didn’t need Microsoft Office (which comes with a fair bit of One Drive space) I could see buying all Apple storage in the future.
I would like to get an email for every comment, trackback, pingback, and webmention my blog receives. For some reason I haven’t been able to get WordPress to do this and so I miss some.
I’m deleting 100,000+ photos on Google Photos by hand. My method is to search for a month (say, March 2019) and then select all (select first photo, shift click last photo) and hit the Trash can. GP was my tertiary cloud backup anyway.
Last night’s darkroom session was a success. Made a few prints I’m happy with and had a good beer. Was able to review the dried prints over coffee this morning.
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