Be nice. Or else.
Yup. Especially while mirroring to the invision app. I ended up having to disable prototype while working on larger files because it starts slowing down really quickly. Hopefully something they can fix though, because I was loving how quickly I could test out flows!
So instead of carrying around my credit cards I get to try and explain this box to every cashier interact with?
"No, I know you don't have NFC here, this ominous black box is actually just making your credit card terminal think I swiped a card. No big deal."
Because that's not going to alarm anyone.
Because that wouldn't have been as good of a tweet.
Will it work with dropbox? I don't so much care about visual diffing, but i've been talking with my team for a couple months now about building something that lets us each leave a commit message with our saves so we know what's been updated
I've started a project where I'm trying to post one picture to VSCO every day for 365 days. I've fallen behind a bit already, but I'm just picking up on the day number I left off and I'll got till I hit 365 - even if that takes two years, haha.
2008 Jeep Wrangler X 6spd
3" Fabtech suspension Lift on 35s
New bumpers, winch, and top going on this winter.
I've never loved a car more.
Weather permitting I also ride a 1973 BMW R75/5 that my dad handed down to me.
I strangely can't find a current picture of it though.
PICS REQUIRED FOR DROOLING OVER.
I can't recommend the HiRise enough. I've had several phone stands and this is by far the best one.
I hate setting my phone down on a stand then grabbing a charger cable and awkwardly trying to plug my phone in on the stand, or pulling the cable out too far so I can plug in the phone before setting it down. The HiRise is a clean/cable freak's dream stand.
The initial set up is the only kind of sketchy experience (The Deluxe version has a much simpler adjustment mechanism that doesn't require an allen wrench).
Wake up 7-8 am. No, starbucks is frothed milk and sugar. Gives me the shits. Depending on time, I'll aeropress or pour-over some coffee at home, then have 1-2 more cups at the office (Thank god my office actually cares about having decent beans).
Now where's the one tap newsletter unsubscribe?