Day 3. 12 kids. A firewall. A work-in-progress complex 3D MR authoring tool wedged inside glitch. 3 hours running from desk to desk. Sending them outside to test Geospatial stuff. Printing and using image targets.

I need a nap.

one of my favorite things about using Firefox is having Pocket suggestions in my “empty new tabs”. Today’s find: qz.com/1620913/t…

I made the mistake of finally looking seriously at the browser userAgent string, and asked my co-workers WTH??! And @larsberg pointed me at webaim.org/blog/user…

And now I’m informed, but not amused.

Started the weekend right with a double #PowerRed blood donation at the Red Cross. Now home to make a big breakfast for the family; crepes, homemade bacon, coffee.

Go donate blood, it feels great!

Through no choice of my own, I’m working with a React project. I want to build a non-optimized non-minified version, to ease debugging. Googling leads to make pointers to: “npm run eject” (described in the docs as essentially a “good luck, you’re on your own now “)

Seriously?

The fuel for furious hacking, when you been up since 3am fixing someone else’s code

Don’t be fooled by the “we care about privacy” smokescreen from Google and Facebook; they’re still leaving themselves with an all-access pass to your data to continue doing evil www.axios.com/what-appl…

https://www.ajc.com/news/breaking-georgia-insurance-commissioner-indicted-fraud-case/wIXf1cBgke1qD95KkpAYcM/?ecmp=pg&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pg_fb

wonder if this is why my massive Photos collection has barely uploaded anything, after two days? (or perhaps it’s the fact my Photos file is now ~500GB)

www.macrumors.com/2019/05/1…

One of my “favorite things” at GT is the set of websites that you can only access from off campus via VPN (requiring you to manually enter a Duo 2FA code), but then require you to log in and do another round of Duo 2FA. “Hell of an over-engineer!”