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I love saving precious microseconds everyday. (So far I’ve got about 15 minutes in reserve!) Imagine just typing ‘mbphotos’ and having it replaced with ‘📷📸’. Fun!
Hi All! I love saving precious microseconds everyday. (So far I’ve got about 15 minutes in reserve!) Imagine just typing ‘mbphotos’ and having it replaced with ‘📷📸’. Fun! A way to do this is with Text Replacements on Mac. Look under Settings and then Keyboard. I’ve collected all of the replacements pictured below into two files. MB Text Replacements.plist is a Mac preference file. You can import the contents by dropping the file on the open Text Replacements dialog box (in Settings | Keyboard).
When the machine gets something right, like when my music service suggested this percussion parkour, I am both happy and predictably fawning in the comment thread running as a background process in my head, “Wow, how great that my service provider thought I would like this—and I do! Nifty. I love my corporate choices!” Lots of exclamation points in the comment thread.
When they get it wrong, however, I blame myself.
This last round of “new music we thought you might like” did not intersect with my audio desire much at all. I reflect on this as I hit ⏩ again: ”This is what you think I like based on what I listen to?!?! My taste in music must suck…” I lambast my poor choices, instead of the category engines outputs, whenever reality doesn’t match up with the sci-fi version I expect life to already be. I want to believe.
Just exactly how many action film franchises have the dead love interest underwater scene? It’s in Lethal Weapon. It’s in Bourne. It’s in Bond.
I’m interested in that alien environment with no air, float and stare moment as a popular aesthetic choice for the brutal, typical plot development of the lead character.
Is it in other films I’m not remembering right now?
It gets hairy technical and mucho mathy, but the illustrations will help enormously, and the progression of ideas is well considered, pedagogically sound.