- Reposted post on Twitter
What to do with 500 pairs of wellies and 2,000 unused rain ponchos left behind at Glastonbury? Send them to Calais http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/discarded-glastonbury-wellies-donated-to-calais-migrants/
Tripped me up today: Heroku’s GitHub auto-deployer doesn’t (currently) include git submodules
Australia may have won the test today but I saw Alastair and England lift the Urn at the Oval.
The study found that a third (33 percent) of U.K. Internet users now view their smartphones as an important device for going online, compared to 30 percent who are still sticking with their laptops […] Two-thirds (66 percent) of people in the U.K. now own a smartphone, with Brits’ using their mobiles for nearly two hours per day.
Emails from salespeople chasing me for a response to their previous cold email = #reportspam
I love how the Wildcard team have made the effort to sweat the details to ensure their app stands out. In an increasingly competitive app marketplace this sort of focus on interaction design is vital.
What a crazy first half hour in the cricket. Watching Stokes’ catch in real time… Wow. #ashes
Happy first wedding anniversary, Mrs @larrylou100 Frost x
Belle and Sebastian for two nights at the Royal Albert Hall in June. Read full post…
Team outing to Lord’s for T20. #venntrodev
After a week-or-two of flirting with Apple Music, @Spotify’s new Discover feature has lured me back. Love its selection for me this week.
Charming short film of a brave actor trying “offline dating” by approaching women in London. So many knockbacks!
Hack Day has begun…
Medium have adopted the passwordless login pattern: they will send you a one-time expiring link via email instead of requiring a password. Twitter and Facebook authentication remains and an SMS option is apparently in development.