It looks like the Web Share API landed in Safari with iOS 13.1. This could be worth some experimenting with. (See also: bookmarks from earlier today)
“🚀 Awesome list of open source applications for macOS. – serhii-londar/open-source-mac-os-apps”
Bookmarked for future reference.
“The trade war with China has reached a new industry: subway cars. Congress is considering legislation that would prevent the world’s largest train maker, the Chinese-owned CRRC Corporation, from competing on new contracts in the United States.”
It came up at work yesterday just how many different systems are in a single modern train carraige (in the context of deployments and software updates) so this was a well-timed read.
“Ever since Starman in 1984, Jeff Bridges has taken photos on the set of every film he’s acted in using his Widelux F8 camera. Sometimes he compiles them into picture books for the cast and crew. Sometimes he posts them to his charmingly old school website.
Ever since Starman in 1984, Jeff Bridges has taken photos on the set of every film he’s acted in using his Widelux F8 camera. “
Click through to his main website (
https://www.jeffbridges.com/main.html) – it’s quite delightful.
“Chess is as physically demanding as many other sports due to stress and because the human brain uses a ton of energy. Many of toda”
On a slightly related note: I’m always surprised how ‘wiped out’ I feel after a full day of playing Warhammer.
“The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom’s unanimous smackdown of Prime Minister Boris Johnson was brought to you by their superior method of picking justices.”
I knew some of this already, as I can still remember when the UK Supreme Court in its current incarnation came about, but it was good to have a reminder of the finer points. Comparisons to the US system are interesting, although from afar it has always looked to me like the US way of choosing is, well, broken and wide open for abuse.