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Technology: What about “Log in with Twitter”?

Via Twitter’s Developer Site: “Use Log in with Twitter, also known as Sign in with Twitter, to place a button on your site or application which allows Twitter users to enjoy the benefits of a registered user account in as little as one click. This works on websites, iOS, mobile, and desktop applications.” “Access tokens …

My iOS Homescreen – 2023

Another year, another homescreen. As always, I have to thank MG for his timely annual reminder to do this. After almost a decide, I’m surprised that it’s not a habit by now. There are a lot of changes this year. Except for the top 2 rows. Those are remaining the same. I use every app …

Technology: I won’t buy the first Apple Headset

Some great details were shared today by Macrumors that really gave concrete examples of what the very first Apple VR/AR headset (not sure which one it will be yet) might have as far as features and a rumored $3,000 price. It’s an exciting proposition but I’m not ready for what Apple is going to give …

15 Years of iPhone

A picture is worth a million words…shot on iPhone shortly after release in 2007. I was first in my town to get one at a Cingular store and then first in San Francisco to get a 3G a year later. The 2nd iPhone added 3G and the App Store….the first iPhone started the revolution but …

Twitter Goes Private

If I had comments enabled on this blog, surely someone would have commented on my now 32 day old post, “Twitter, Nine Years Removed” with “#AgedLikeMilk” and they’d be right except my post wasn’t about Twitter, it was about my usage of Twitter and how I feel the product is looking. I think Twitter is …

I am a Writer Part 2 – 365 Days of Words

To piggyback on my post from 2020 about my anxiety on how often I blog, I decided to measure how much I write even if it’s not being published here. One year ago, I installed WordCounter. This MacOS MenuBar app synchronizes via iCloud between my iMac and MacBook Pro and sits in the menu bar …