May, 2022: 30 posts.
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MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU. 1977. Age 7.
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Saw @waterman_movie last night with Kelly at @lapalomatheatre — terrific documentary on the singular, incredibly important Duke Kahanamoku. Spirit of Aloha indeed. If you ever rode a board or ever rode a wave, Duke had an impact on that experience. #Waterman #dukekahanamoku
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como Dalí pintó
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In service shutdown news, this from Facebook
Because you’ve previously used Nearby Friends, Weather alerts, Location History or Background Location, we’re letting you know that these products and features will no longer be available after May 31, 2022. Information you shared that was used for these experiences, including Location History and Background Location, will stop being collected after May 31, 2022, even if you have previously enabled them. Facebook will otherwise continue collecting location information for other experiences as described in our Data Policy.
Update your settings
You can update your current Location History and Background Location settings in the Facebook App until May 31, 2022. After this date, the settings will be disabled.
Accessing your Location History
If you want to view or delete your existing Location History, you can access your information and download your information before Aug 1, 2022. After this date, if you do nothing, your existing Location History information will be automatically deleted.
I can never remember the name of GitPrime which is now Pluralsight Flow
I worked for a startup a few years ago and one of the tools that company used to measure developer productivity was GitPrime. The tool tied into the primary code repository in GitHub and made reports on the work done. It measured commits by size and pattern. It was fairly intelligent about attempting to create a composite picture of the work being done to make useable metrics. And not just that, but to contextualize the trends.
Anyway, when describing this tool to measure performance, I can never ever remember the name. It does not help that the name has changed to Pluralsight Flow. I always end up bugging Eric Lawler for this (he was the CTO there) and he’s always very nice about remembering the name since the bills got paid via him.
But when in doubt, blog it!
Also, here are some screenshots that do a pretty good job documenting what the reports looked like. I grabbed (read: stole) these screenshots from a site called DiscoverCloud, here. After the acquisition and rename, the the screenshots I see in the new site are a bit different. These screens give the flavor of the tool:
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Mess. Loved it.
Keming is a real word!
From Ironic Sans, David Friedman’s newsletter: 60: The Case for Keming. It’s his argument for the inclusion of “keming” in the dictionary.
I have been following Ironic Sans a long time. I remember reading his original post, I believe via RSS: Idea: A new typography term in 2008.
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0815 is just alright with me
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Foggy Sunday morning. Nice surf. And as I was getting out, I met the person who accidentally “Beach-Cleanupped” my bag and keys and everything on Easter. Thought my bag was left behind, felt awful when they realized their mistake, took it to YMCA. I live a charmed life. No apology from the stingray who stabbed me on Easter yet. But it could happen.
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I have no idea how many times I’ve walked through San Diego’s Santa Fe. Arriving and departing from L.A. as a kid, one time alone, when we lived in Echo Park and Alhambra; as a term, playing hooky; trips to Fullerton to see my pal Chris at ages 17 until now; trips to events: concerts by @stewtnp and the “Live from the Blogosphere” event where @evhead announced Blogger dot com was sold to Google; trips to and from Comic-Con; Little Tokyo; up to Moorpark when I lived there; walking though it many times when arriving by Coaster from Carlsbad where @leohblooms dropped me off, I worked at Emerald Plaza, then; picking up and dropping off more people than I can remember, traveling; once went to a plein air drawing event here; wandering downtown when I worked at the original @sdpubliclibrary Central Branch; and Avencom, and jury duty 2 years ago; which is why I’m here this morning.
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timing is everything #stoke
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Can’t use ya ‘coz ya feets too big #FatsWaller
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New Bot Day! This nameless “Fembot” is from The Bionic Woman (1976-78). The tv show is a spinoff to similar series The Six Million Dollar Man. Lindsay Wagner stars as Jaime Sommers: a smart, beautiful, super-powered cyborg woman who goes on mission for government agency OSI. Fembots are the creation of the evil Dr. Franklin, who once worked for OSI. Jaime defeated many Fembots over the course of the series. This one has had “her” face ripped off, exposing the reality of her robot-ness!
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better late than never
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Some sessions, whoa. Clouds to clear. Sunny and not. Lost my fin, found an orange toy shovel. Got my fin back through the kindness of strangers; gave the toy shovel away. Yesterday posted a photo of a stingray in the water. This morning sighted this unfortunate soul washed up. What a morning!
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Second swim today was mostly hot tub.
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