Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.

29 May

28 May

Réaménager la salle de bains pour pouvoir me couper les cheveux la tête en bas devant le miroir.

RT @AppleSupport: Did you know that you can sign and return email attachments directly from your iPhone? [pic.twitter.com]

27 May

RT @vickyharp: [User requests feature already in product]

Junior dev: “lol dumb user”

Staff dev: “Closed - fixed”

Senior dev: <opens usability bug>

Quick replies have existed in iOS for how long now? and 95% of the screen is still a big “lose everything you typed” button.

26 May

RT @dmoren: I do not own a turntable, and yet, I kind of still want The Force Awakens vinyl that has fricking holograms on it. [theverge.com]

25 May

Why do I have a LinkedIn account? To how many of its users does LinkedIn provide actual value? I do not have a LinkedIn account anymore.

The most unlikely follow-spam I’ve received yet — on an account that only shows my Tumblr posts

@tristanharris/how-technology-hijacks-peoples-minds-from-a-magician-and-google-s-design-ethicist-56d62ef5edf3#.qy1cjumri">“How Technology Hijacks People’s Minds — from a Magician and Google’s Design Ethicist”

24 May

Zootopia est tellement subtil, je me demande s’il y avait un message caché ?

“No, Twitter’s update won’t make all your replies public.” Also, they always were public, so use DMs if you want privacy, ffs.

And switching the focus over to the reply-to metadata would make it much easier to allow users to “unsubscribe” from a canoe.

Odd that Twitter isn’t taking advantage of the overhaul to drop the @ altogether from replies. The reply-to ID is all they should need.

RT @rjonesy: Twitter Rules: No way to tweet at someone without broadcasting. This could be a mess - we’ll reply to random tweets to avoid broadcasting.

RT @rands: Seven more characters for tweets? This changes evrthng.

But I’m surprised they’ve even given up on what could have been a big selling point — the ability to easily replace a broken screen.

RT @hdevalence: I just found out that ‘4’ used to mean 5 and now I don’t know what to believe any more [pic.twitter.com]

RT @fet: Why do web articles have pull quotes? You are not flipping through a magazine looking for something interesting to read.

23 May

Je vais être obligé de changer de petit-déjeuner

Après, le but était de ne pas me ruer sur la junk-food à Carrefour et ça a parfaitement marché \o/

J’ai mangé une pomme juste avant d’aller à pied faire mes courses et là je suis en train de mourir d’indigestion aiguë.

C’est à la fin d’un mois où je n’ai pas fait de dépense superflue qu’il me reste de l’argent sur mon compte. L’univers se moque de moi.

J’aimerais bien savoir comment cette scène se passera dans le livre, parce que là c’était un peu con de bout en bout. (Ce qui s’applique un peu à toute la série, certes, mais je suis particulièrement curieux sur cette scène, pour des raisons.)

22 May

Instagram still doesn’t think it would be useful to remember which “Publish to…” options I had checked the last time.

21 May

20 May

19 May

Je ne me ferai jamais à l’idée qu’ils n’aient pas conçu les voies du tramway pour que les véhicules d’urgence puissent les utiliser.

RT @kylebrussell: Can’t believe how quickly this VR mod for Grand Theft Auto V is improving [youtube.com]

RT @fubiz: Liquid Marble Installation in France by Mathieu Lehanneur [bit.ly] [pic.twitter.com]

RT @metasynthie: Are you fucking kidding me, Apple?

Play a girl in Gaza: rejected

Play an Israeli missle: A-OK!

HT @molleindustria [pic.twitter.com]

18 May

RT @grumpygamer: Oh, good. Now Android Apps can install maleware instantly, no need to actually install the app! [techcrunch.com]

RT @itsnicolenguyen: Allo is like Snapchat for dads [pic.twitter.com]

RT @WhatTheBit: Absolutely dangerous for Apple that the future isn’t about devices, at all, but web services and AI.

RT @jakemarsh: I’ve thought FaceTime should do this “Knock Knock” thing for years. Makes video chats work like it did in movies in the 80’s.

RT @WillOremus: Google’s new messaging app Allo lets you use automated “smart replies.” Why just chat with bots when you can BE A BOT!

RT @benthompson: Non snark: the most impressive thing about Alexa is that it understands kids. I suspect Google can match. Siri certainly can’t.

RT @pierce: The pitch for Google Assistant basically boils down to “It’s like Siri, but we’re actually good at this stuff”

RT @Bouletcorp: Qd je dis que je suis devenu végé, outre les blagues connes j’ai plein de “Mais…Pourquoi?”

Voici 90% du “parce que”:

[liberation.fr]

RT @marcus_eckert: Squall - After Effects to iOS. Convert animations to code & preview them live. In one click. [squall.no] [pic.twitter.com]

Ces sales jeunes qui tweetent “JPP” sans se rendre compte que ça déclenche à chaque fois des putain de flashbacks des Guignols des 90s.

17 May

“You have a match!”

“Pff bon ok j’envoie un message mais j’espère qu’il ne répondra pas, j’ai la flemme de me lancer dans une discussion.”

RT @eurogamer: Digital Foundry reviews the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. It’s fast. It’s monstrously fast. [eurogamer.net] [pic.twitter.com]

16 May

RT @paul_haine: I’m so angry these mock ‘90s Lucasarts games by Andrew Scaife don’t exist [pic.twitter.com]

15 May

Pas bien sûr si le chat rapporte pour jouer ou si elle a décidé que la place de ce jouet est sur ce tapis et je la fais lourdement chier.

Twitter apps need a button for “okay I’ve seen this meme twenty times already and I never want to see it again.”

14 May

J’ai du mal à l’admettre (surtout que je ne comptais pas avoir d’avis) mais je crois bien que la France a la meilleure chanson.

RT @ffffelix: The stage floor shows them where everything goes when each intro’s playing [pic.twitter.com]

RT @PennyRed: And the winner of #Eurovision 2016 is: the floor. The floor is upstaging every single act so far.

Le nouveau Viennois caramel est juste un Flanby avec de la “chantilly” au-dessus ☹️

Serious question: If body/head transplant is becoming a somewhat credible possibility, shouldn’t it be easier (no rejection) to put a human head on a robot body?

Couldn’t Microsoft keep a few legacy servers online? It’s not like they run their own scalable cloud service. It’s nice that they’re giving (unspecified) store credit to customers, but that doesn’t compensate for those who sunk their time and creativity into it.
Games-as-a-service sucks ass.

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