Eivind Hjertnes

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30.08.2019 03:57

After trying to like the Outlook app on iOS for months, I’ve decided to dump it for Mail.app + Fantastical. Mostly because the calendar in Outlook is buggy as hell.

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27.08.2019 14:04

😤🤬

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22.08.2019 16:36

Really Google? Boring Android branding from now on? Why not start with types of Pie and do that until you run out and then move over to cakes?

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21.08.2019 08:20

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21.08.2019 06:08

Cyanide & Happiness

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20.08.2019 04:04

Okay, that’s it. I’m ditching elfeed-goodies. I think it improves elfeed in some great ways, but it screws up some of my ivy commands like C-x C-f and C-x C-b and it drove me NUTS.

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17.08.2019 14:27

Some notes on using Elfeed as a feed reader: - You probably won’t like it, unless you’re a emacs nut - It is great for processing your feeds fast, and sending the interesting stuff to a browser. - Syncing it will probably not work, so I don’t - Having your feeds in a org file is awesome

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17.08.2019 10:47

I’m very happy with using elfeed as my feed reader.

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15.08.2019 17:15

Fuck it, I’m voting Rødt.

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14.08.2019 04:02

I’m testing out Elfeed as my feedreader again.

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07.08.2019 04:07

Cyanide & Happiness (Explosm.net)

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06.08.2019 17:38

NetNewsWire 5 is really great.

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06.08.2019 17:31

Just deleted Overcast.

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04.08.2019 18:44

I do like having my Emacs config as a org file, but it starts slower.

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04.08.2019 12:31

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03.08.2019 15:58

Cyanide & Happiness (Explosm.net)

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03.08.2019 14:13

I have re-written my Emacs config to be a org file

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02.08.2019 15:14

Cyanide & Happiness (Explosm.net)

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29.07.2019 19:48

I think we’re at a point where Apple need to figure out a way to allow any kind of software in their App stores if I’m going to take them seriously

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26.07.2019 10:43

An interesting change after I removed most of my podcast subscriptions is that I almost never listen to them when they show up

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23.07.2019 11:19

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22.07.2019 15:52

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22.07.2019 10:38

I think Bootstrap is one of the most important web open source projects in a long time. There are many issues with it, but having something that give what you need to get a web app up and running that looks fine is awesome. And after having built countless apps with it, it is still the thing I go with until I have the time to see if I want to design something myself.

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22.07.2019 09:25

When I see people complain about how bad OOP is, i always agree with them, but have a minor disagreement with their conclusion. OOP code can be horrible, but if you follow design patterns and SOLID principles you can make all of it really enjoyable and easy. But it requires you to follow them, write tests and not taking shortcuts.

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21.07.2019 15:35

I feel so old right now. Just had to cave and increase the size of everything on my 27” screen.