Wow! I did not realize that "handoff" was not working on my iPhone until today.
After a couple of handoff "turn offs and turn ons" and a reboot of both iPhone and Apple Watch I can now handoff from the Watch to the iPhone (for apps that support it.)
This is so nice.
After a while now with #ratpoison wm #tmux #emacs (no x-window) I am happy. Full screen joy for concentrating on what needs to be done and simplicity of switching between what looks like just a terminal shell to a windowed application (like Firefox) is working very well for me.
I am planning on wiping my Arch Linux installation and doing it over. Arch, btrfs, full disk encryption (including swap so that hibernate to disk is also encrypted), ratpoison wm.
I mostly have this now except the wm is i3-gaps. I am using this as an excuse to clean the machine as opposed to just installing ratpoison.
Oh, I also remembered that I had installed a non-standard kernel, linux-ck, but would rather go back to the standard distribution one.
Am I truly the only human being on this dumb planet that doesn't drink tea or coffee
Slowly working on another side gig to hopefully generate a little side cash. I've had a particular domain for years (possibly 10 now) and wonder if I missed the boat on making money in that category.
Remember in the 90s, when teens were more tech savvy than adults, and everyone assumed that the savviest would just keep getting younger? Now it's 2017, and the people who were teens in the 90s are the most tech savvy generation and probably will be until they die.
Kids don't grow up with computers any more, they grow up with iPhones. If it's possible to learn to code on an iPhone, it's despite Apple's best efforts.
@Averly Mistake. I see that is the "AF2." I am in search of a working original Hi-Matic rangefinder. Like this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minolta_Hi-Matic#/media/File:Minolta_Hi-Matic.jpg