Showing posts from April, 2019

Random websites, April 2019 edition

I have a bad tendency to let webpages pile up on my phone.  Then, every couple weeks, I screenshot them and tell myself that I'll go back and review them. I never do. But if you haven't noticed, this blog used to be the equivelent kind of archive... so, why not do that again? Behold, here's what I had open on my phone up through April, 2019: How to age galvanied metal: from shiny new to vintage How does it work | Jolly Roger Telephone (this is a cool anti-piracy service) How to control X10 devices with Amazon Echo or Google Home Insecurity vs. Cowardice (a future podcast topic) Marcus Buckingham on the Dan Schwabel podcast Hydrocollid acne dots including Peter Thomas Roth acne-clear (I don't have acne - anymore - but this was an interesting "how to draw moisture out of skin" thing that came up for some reason Focus Minneapolis at the Weisman Art Museum (which I'm going to - "Reskilling L&D - designing learning experiences your emplo

Apps I don't use, 2019 version

I’m cleaning up my iPhone and getting rid of apps I never use, so I can declutter my life a bit.  Figured I should make a list somewhere, and the world might be interested?   iLife suite – GarageBand, iMovie, Numbers, etc. Bible Lens from Life.Church – I think this uses AI to identify photos and slap out-of-context Bible verses onto them? United – I’ll grab it back if I ever fly United again Classic Words – I don’t play Scrabble, even though some friends and family do Docs from Google – I can grab it if I ever need it, right? Skype for Business – We use Zoom here now and this will probably change by the next time I need to use it Clips from Apple – I don’t know what this is so I suspect I can live without it? My phone says I’ve never used it. Six – Game. I’m not big on games. Hue – I don’t own any hue bulbs. Probably grabbed it for something at work. SiriusXM – don’t have a subscription and even if I did I’d listen to Pandora and podcasts instead Daddy – it’s a