SpaceHey.com — a space for friends. It's a place to have fun, meet friends, and be creative!
Back in the MySpace hey-day I liked Facebook more than MySpace for its clean and consistent design. But looking back with 20/20 hindsight I can’t help but think I was remiss. MySpace was quite a special site in a special period of the web. People that maybe wouldn’t ordinarily care about html or css were learning how to code them so they could customize their sites. Anything was possible.
A lot of whimsy has been removed from the web as people locking themselves into the big social networks. Maybe a site like MySpace/micro.blog is a happy medium between the wild-west/running your own server and total platform lock in.
Today’s happy thought: native iOS apps running on a Mac means I can run fewer Electron apps.
Just past Shimoida station off the subway. Still blows my mind this is Yokohama. Nice 10k to round off the week and get my monthly goal kms in. 🏃🙌🏻
What if you made a service where each customer’s data was kept in their own sqlite.db? GDRP compliance would be as simple as “rm hoge.sqlite”, no mixing customer data, data exports easy peasy…
My mother-in-law made me this sweet holder for my pour over coffee filters. ☕️
It is American Thanksgiving (well, in America, it’s the next day here in Japan) and Justin asked a good question in the Mega Maker Slack today and I wanted to share my answer publicly.
When it comes to tech or business, what are you most thankful for?
Open source. Not just because there’s a bunch of high quality tools available for free (gratis), but that it shows that humans, no matter where they’re from or what they believe can work together for the greater good.
When I was first getting into programming windows ruled and the idea of being able to work using open source all day every day was still a bit for dreamers. Grateful that’s no longer the case.
Convert an Apple Healthkit export zip to a SQLite database - dogsheep/healthkit-to-sqlite
healthkit-to-sqlite is super neat. I now have an SQL-queriable db of my heart rate, runs, handwashing, sleep analysis, you name it. Even better – this data is all on device. Now to think of some fun queries…