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WebKit: Privacy preserving ad click attribution for the web

Tracking on the web is a mess and anything that can be done to reign it all in should be good for everyone. If it removes a ton of JavaScript from every page, that's going to be a nice speed bump we all benefit from too.

Posted 23rd May 2019 @ 11:36

Playdate: A new handheld gaming system


There's an AR section of the media kit where you can get an idea of what the device will be like in real life, here it is alongside a bunch of other devices:

Price: $149

Posted 23rd May 2019 @ 08:36

A project a month

A simple, yet brilliant idea for a year long project: create something new, once a month.

While I'd love to do another Project 365, a project a month might actually suite my skills and free time better. Looks like I might have figured out my resolution for 2020.

Posted 22nd May 2019 @ 14:00

What I Wore: Robbie Fowler

One of my all-time favourite players, this is a real trip down memory lane for me, I've owned so many of the kits they talk about.

Posted 21st May 2019 @ 15:51

Alternate ending for the Game of Thrones finale

If you haven't seen the finale yet, then beware as this video contains spoilers.

Posted 21st May 2019 @ 09:00

14 hidden Apple TV features everyone should use

I didn't figure out you could use the Apple TV remote to control the TV's volume until almost a year after we first got one. It's a great feature, but with kids, it's just a shame the remote feels too fragile to use when they're around.

Quite a few of the features I need to try out myself, but I think the biggest barrier to discovering them naturally has been the remotes we use. We have an all-in-one remote and I use the iPhone app from time to time which, despite 3D touch, doesn't match the physical remote feature for feature.

Posted 20th May 2019 @ 20:00

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