This is an ingenious idea, although the display doesn't stay on all night. Still, clever idea to make the sound louder when it is used as an alarm clock and the display far bigger for those that need it.
Posted 17th Jun 2021 @ 10:53
I really like this idea, taking a more physical approach to projects has helped me a lot in the past. This actually could have saved me a lot of pain in my lost job too!
Posted 15th Jun 2021 @ 15:50
The Portraits Watch Face is what blew me away during this portion of WWDC21.
It's a really clever use of the data in the Portrait photos you take on your iPhone and I know exactly which photo I would use it with. My Apple Watch (Series 2) no longer gets OS updates so I'm out of luck with this one for the moment.
Posted 9th Jun 2021 @ 10:36
Interesting program on Ultra Processed Food that some of us are consuming 80% of the time.
Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates as he undergoes a gruelling self-experiment that even shocks the scientists.
Across the world, childhood obesity rates have risen tenfold in 50 years. In the UK, 21 per cent of children are living with obesity when they leave primary school – that is the highest it has ever been. Despite decades of trying, why do we seem unable to tackle this problem?
Tim Rycroft appears at the end, from the Food and Drink Federation. Initially he seems sympathetic to the cause but ultimately profit is all that matters in this industry. He clearly says that only intervention from the Government will change things which is an appalling attitude for any industry to have.
Posted 28th May 2021 @ 08:10