July of 2020 in Pictures

Selection of pictures I took and processed in July of 2020 My summer vacations plans are not what they were supposed to be. That being said, I managed to get a few nice pictures during the month of July. I rarely post pictures here so why not post a visual summary of what July brought... Continue Reading →

Feeling Robbed

One hundred forty. One hundred forty days. We all remember March, 13th, right?. That’s the day the confinement started for me. For many of us too. And since then, normality is taking another meaning. Something that we didn’t chose. This is our war. Our third world war. Nothing like we could expect, but a war... Continue Reading →

My Updated Blogger Workflow as of 2020-08

Since my last update to my blogger workflow, a few important additions has taken place. Here is my updated blogger workflow as of 2020-08. My blogger workflow as of 2020-08 The way I consume information has been enhanced by the arrival of the controversial HEY email service. I recently published my thoughts on HEY. I’m... Continue Reading →

My Take on Apple’s 30% Cut and a Proposal

With recent events surrounding the launch of the controversial HEY email service, just before the WWDC conference, Apple has been on the defensive more than ever1. Their App Store policies are attracting more and more criticism from long-time developers. Apple is in a powerful position that is attracting attention from lawmakers and regulators all around... Continue Reading →

My Blogging Environment This Week

As the pandemic has put my summer vacation plans in flux, my wife and I settled on renting a chalet instead1. We couldn’t be happier about this updated plan. For the next few days, it’s going to be the environment where I hope it will enable my creativity. My view while sitting on nearby chair... Continue Reading →

A Simple Review of Townscraper

I'm not into games. I'm not a gamer. I rarely play computer games. I don't play games at all actually. It doesn't mean I don't value this type of art, I do. I'm impressed by how games are evolving and taking all the juice of computer power to draw pixels on the screen. But, that's... Continue Reading →

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