Way back in May of 2015, I received my Pebble Time. The Pebble Time was a smartwatch with a color e-paper screen and the most successful Kickstarter campaign of all time. Unfortunately for my Pebble Time, I received an Apple Watch as a gift a few days later. After six years with an Apple Watch, I decided to revisit the Pebble Time.[Read More]
Using Homebridge to turn down my soundbar
How I stopped waking up my daughter when I turned on my Sonos
Google Apps Script
Total overkill for a minor Gmailify problem
Mobile Verification Toolkit
Testing Amnesty International's forensic tools
After the incredible investigation by the journalists associated with the Pegasus project, I got super interested in the Mobile Verification Toolkit (MVT) released by the Amnesty International Security Lab. I’m definitely not deluded enough to think I’m important enough to be targeted, but I did want to try the tool.
A Better Zoom Mute Indicator
Swiftbar, bash scripts and a Blink(1)
I've made a lot of random crap for my daughter
Over the course of being stuck at home during Coronavirus pandemic, I had a lot of hours to fill with my daughter. She loves crafts, but, unfortunately for her, I can’t craft anything to save my life. I’ll be updating the post as I create more masterpieces.[Read More]
Zoom Mute Indicator
Can you hear me now?
Anyone that’s seen the pop up above knows the shame of trying to speak when on mute in a Zoom call.[Read More]
Booting up a vintage eMate 300
Way back in 1997, Apple released a device way ahead of it's time.
AI Powered Note Taking
We’ve all been there
Running a meeting and taking notes the traditional way is tough. You’re sharing a demo with your computer, taking notes in a paper notebook, asking people to repeat themselves to write it all down. Maybe you’re sharing your screen and furiously flipping between your browser tabs to show the web app and take notes in a Google Doc.
There has to be a better way![Read More]
A QuickTake 100 in the MacOS era
A lot of work for mediocre pictures
When my parents were moving out of my childhood home, I raided my dad’s electronics closet. Over the years he’d collected a few great relics. One of the most mysterious items in his collection was the Apple QuickTake 100.[Read More]