Automation April: myTunes, a Personalized Music Video Channel
One of the delights of Shortcuts is the potential of simple individual actions. By themselves, they might not do much, but combined with simple actions from other apps, they create shortcuts that are greater than the sum of their parts. Two of my favorite recent examples are a pair of actions from the apps Play
There are far too many things in my life that I don’t really need. I don’t need half the technology I have, nor most of the myriad of online services that I pay for. These include the hosting for my blog. I don’t need it really, but
The New York Times would really like its reporters to stop scrolling and get off Twitter (at least once in a while)
"Tweet less, tweet more thoughtfully, and devote more time to reporting," says executive editor Dean Baquet. Is that a wise redirection of attention or a mistaken view of reporting circa 2022? (Both, a little.)
kbd: The Keyboard Input element - HTML: HyperText Markup Language | MDN
The kbd HTML element represents a span of inline text denoting textual user input from a keyboard, voice input, or any other text entry device. By convention, the user agent defaults to rendering the contents of a kbd element using its default monospace font, although this is not mandated by the HTML standard.