https://music.apple.com/ is now live. Which is great news for people who subscribe but use a Windows machine at work or have a PC they’d like to listen to music on.
I took a look at the source code and noticed that Apple Music is built using Ember.js, which is an interesting choice of framework. I also noticed that they have links to an Apple CDN for their own iconic San Francisco fonts. So if you’re looking to use Apple fonts in a web app, you can snag the URLs there.
This is a few weeks old, a friend sent it to me but I forgot to watch it until today. A Dutch historian has become a social media star after he speaks up against the super-rich in front of the super-rich at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
I’ve been spending a lot of time working with Swift lately. I’ll be teaching another class in January and likely others in coming months as well. As a result I’ve been putting a lot of effort into learning as much as I can in my spare time. To keep things interesting, I’ve been researching alternative uses for Swift beyond iOS and macOS.
Income inequality compounds generationally and so do other problems as well, it seems.
Is it any wonder that Millennials are eager to overthrow a system that has duped them into a story of permanent progress, thrown them into debt, depressed their wages, separated them from the trappings of adulthood, and then, for good measure, blamed them for ruining canned tuna?
I’ve been slowly working on getting my daughter interested in the outdoors this spring. I’m hoping to take her camping for the first time near the end of the summer. We purchased her first sleeping bag this week and she’s absolutely ecstatic about it.
I found out about Hilton Falls a few weeks ago when looking for short hikes that a 3-year-old could accomplish. They have a really nice waterfall and there is a fire pit nearby that the public is welcome to come and cook food on. I had packed some hot dogs and crescent rolls for pigs in a blanket as well as some s’mores cones I also wanted to try out Geocaching, which seems like a really fun thing to do with kids.
I don’t play a large number of board games. I have a few in my collection but I’m more of a card and role-playing game fan. Through the card game Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn, I was introduced to the game developers Plaid Hat Games. Plaid Hat Games’ latest release is Stuffed Fables and is designed by Jerry Hawthorne. I’m a big fan of Jerry’s Mice and Mystics line of games, which include Mice and Mystics, its expansions and Tail Feathers.
The New Orleans Saints played the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday to determine which team would make it to the NFC Conference Finals. The Saints were down 17-0 at the end of the first half but they rallied together to take the lead 24-23 in the last few seconds of the 4th Quarter. With time for one play left, Vikings running back Stefon Diggs was able to beat the New Orleans defence and secure a win for Minnesota.