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Bookfeed.io

Written by ignorethecode.net / Original link on Feb. 16, 2021

Bookfeed.io is a simple tool that allows you to specify a list of authors, and generates an RSS feed with each author’s most recently released book.[^book] I made this because I don’t want a recommendation algorithm to tell me what to read, I just want to know when my favorite authors release new…


Switching to Windows

Written by ignorethecode.net / Original link on Feb. 2, 2021

Around 2015, I started to realize that I was no longer part of Apple’s target audience. I’ve since found that Windows, and the devices available on the Windows side, from gaming laptops to convertibles to custom-built PCs, are just a better match for my requirements. At this point, I have only one…


How User Tracking Devalues Ads

Written by ignorethecode.net / Original link on Dec. 24, 2020

Facebook recently took out full-page ads in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal attacking the way Apple protects its users’ privacy. In the ad, they make the point that Apple harms Facebook’s ability to track people who see Facebook’s ads, and run personalized ads,…


The Failure of the iPad

Written by ignorethecode.net / Original link on Jan. 29, 2020

Two days ago, ZDNet published this article: Meet the iPad, your work computer: These 10 apps make real productivity possible. These kinds of articles, where writers explain how they use their iPads productively, musicians talk about how the iPad is truly a professional tool, or painters show how th…


Mobile Games and Nintendo

Written by ignorethecode.net / Original link on Oct. 6, 2019

Metro.co.uk: Mario Kart Tour is a disgrace that Nintendo should be ashamed of Forbes: ‘Mario Kart Tour’ Has A Bad Subscription Model That Costs As Much As Apple Arcade The Verge: Mario Kart Tour is too cynical to be fun The contrast between Mario Kart Tour and Apple Arcade is just brutal. At which…