Finally read The Innovator’s Dilemma and wrote a couple thoughts about it.
Had my first group ride last night. 13.1 miles. It was a lot of fun. Now it’s time to not move very much and recover.
Gulp preprocessor is busted after not touching a project for a while. I love/hate modern web development.
1st ride on my first bike since the late 90s. Turns out, muscles you don’t use for 15+ years don’t wait around for you to come back.
Log management, thrilling stuff.
I’m heading back to school.
Nice walk at the Arboretum yesterday afternoon.
(2/2) I really like the Google Home, but it would be nice to be able to use Apple Music and do smart home commands without finding my phone. Enter the HomePod. This is truly the stupidest/most frustrating platform war right now.
(1/2) I’m excited about the HomePods shipping soon. I’m pretty happy integrating my smart home stuff with a centralized system like HomeKit. The biggest issue is cost. I can have the Google Assistant in 7 rooms for the cost of 1 HomePod.
Oracle brought cupcakes. I don’t care what they’re selling, we’ll take it.
Saw something on YouTube recently where some folks chose In-N-Out over Shake Shack. I couldn't believe it so got In-N-Out for lunch to remind myself. It’s fine, but better than Shake Shack? No way.
“When does Thor Fraggle Rock come out on video?”
Really loving the InVision workflow view these days.
I read The Death of Expertise then wrote some thoughts about it.
Wearing a coat at my desk. You’ve betrayed me Texas.
JIRA, when properly used, makes you more productive by forcing you to do your work in 50% of the time because it takes the other 50%.
The children have discovered animoji. Send for help.
Coco. A+. I really love it when Pixar does a non-sequel. Beautiful to watch, full of feeling, and it’s all about family.
Prepping for another Texas summer with swimming lessons for the little ones.
President’s opinion of poor, non-white countries and the people who come from them reconfirmed. If you’re looking for a better example of an American approach to poor struggling nations and people, read up on Paul Farmer.