Apparently Xcode just updates itself while you’re using it. This process can apparently destroy Xcode’s ability to read the core frameworks. Quitting and relaunching Xcode fixes the issue but now I have to reinstall “Additional Components”…
My word of the day is bucolic. It’s a good word, just learned it.
Fill out the Census! Time is running out and it’s important.
Do it! It’s a 10 minute survey. Just do it.
I finally reached a breaking point. The smoke in San Diego is nowhere near Portland-level, but it’s still bad. I’m now wearing a mask indoors to filter the air. I’ve had headaches and eye strain for days from the smoke and haze. Air purifier is on order too.
Did really good not looking at twitter today. Just opened it and now I’m stressed again. Bye Twitter!
My Apple update for today: I shattered the screen on my iPhone X like a month ago, haven’t gotten it fixed because reasons, and I just put the SIM into my old 6.
I guess I missed an Apple event today. Huh.
After Xcode “installs additional components” of course.
Diving into iOS work for the first time in months.
I couldn’t decide what show or YouTube video to watch, so I turned off the TV and now I’m just sitting on my couch, with a snack, listening to an audiobook. Who needs video?
Fixing the issue now.
Just noticed a small bug with Pine.blog. I’ll fix it the moment my computer finished upgrading…
The Meme Retraction Cycle:
- See a meme on twitter about a show I like that relates to 2020
- Share meme
- Further investigation reveals that the meme is doctored
- Retract like and tell everyone
I have a special place in my heart for Colin Meloy’s KEXP performance of Crane Wife 1, 2, & 3. It’s probably my favorite rendition of the song.
I have recorded a pilot episode for a podcast.
Editing DNS records is like Ritual Casting as a D&D Wizard. Both take 10 minutes to resolve and no one wants to wait that long.
Setting up a Synology to backup to B2 is surprisingly easy.
Knowing what you don’t know is arguably just as important as knowing what you know. The scary times are when you don’t know what you don’t know. You know?