Numeric Citizen

Photo Legend Series has Moved

Today, I wanted to let you know, dear readers and subscribers, that the Photo Legend Series is now being hosted on HEY World. From there, you can subscribe by email or through the RSS feed to receive future updates. Update #23 has been published today. Don't miss it! Thank you.

A Day in the (Numeric) Life of my Apple Watch

Photo by Daniel Canibano - Unsplash I’ve been using an Apple Watch since 2015: first, the original series, then Series 4 and now Series 6. Over the years, my use of the Apple Watch has evolved to be closer to smartphone usage: something that goes beyond notifications. This evolution closely reflected the evolution of native... Continue Reading →

Porting Office Work, A Really Bad Idea

I hate open space offices. I don’t particularly like meetings. I do like seeing people at the office from time to time, not every single day. I work better when I’m isolated. Disruption is a productivity killer. Does the work from home works for me? You bet. I don’t have young children. The house is... Continue Reading →

How many websites can a blogger have?

How many websites a blogger can have? Good question. I do have (too?) many, each filling their own niche. On that subject, something caught my attention yesterday in the public announcement of HEY’s experiment: “Hello, World!”. Jason Fried explaining why he never had a blog: “It was primarily because setting up a personal blog was... Continue Reading →

Diagrams 2.0 is out

Diagrams recently got updated to version 2. Since my original review of this little diagramming tool, a year ago, this update brings a few additions. Version 2 keeps its original look and feel which I’m liking quite a lot. Apple Silicon is fully supported as well as macOS Big Sur. “In the new palette customization... Continue Reading →

The Journey is the Reward

Photo by MChe Lee on Unsplash Here is a short story. When I was studying computer science at the university, there was a course with this borderline weirdo teacher teaching algorithmic. He really was a brain. That wasn’t an easy course, and it had a bad reputation among students. At the beginning of the semester,... Continue Reading →

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