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This is finally shipping!
It's taken over 2 years from the moment the project was fully funded but I'm really looking forward to receiving my cameras. I found the lenses a few months ago so this should be the start of an interesting adventure.
Wanderlust Cameras is raising funds for Travelwide 4×5 camera on Kickstarter! Travelwide is the ultralight 4×5 film camera that goes wherever you go.
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welcome to the middle format club :>
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This exhibition opens today, and it's worth booking ahead - the first few days have sold out
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"""Fans perceive the changes simply as an array of gimmicks concocted to maintain interest in characters who have as much growth potential as Garfield."""
 
"The Illusion of Change" precisely describes why comic book superheroes can only appeal to a limited audience for a limited amount of time. Fortunately, nowadays comic book stories (that aren't evergreen superhero properties) can and do end.
Originally published July 3, 1998, in Comics Buyer’s Guide #1285 "The illusion of change." That's what Stan Lee always said was the secret to Marvel
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Interesting list. 
Our new Medium Android app is now released in the wild. We’re proud of it. But we owe a deep debt to the communities tha…
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And the author responded to my question about Jackson versus Instagram's JSON parsing library: https://medium.com/@dmccartney/to-be-honest-i-hadn-t-seen-the-ig-library-until-now-it-looks-great-2a7bdd01fb80
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Good feedback.
 
Chrome Custom Tabs: First Impressions

A new feature of Android M, well not really it's a Chrome feature but it's generally seen as living in the land of Milkshakes and Marshmallows, is Chrome custom tabs. Better than apps using their own webview because it's the normal browser with the user's cache and cookies intact. Better than apps launching the browser normally because that's slow and a jump out of context.

Here is some feedback after making links in episode shownotes open using Chrome custom tabs, in a custom +Player FM build.


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* Opens fast, DNS prefetch seems to work.

* Can choose background color dynamically. Since episode toolbars already match the publisher's artwork, the custom tab color can match it too.

* Can provide a custom icon, ie a play button to play the episode that spawned this link.

Could do with more flexibility

* Choose the title. The title is added dynamically based on the content (link text and current web page), but I'd want it to be the object that spawned this. Usually the action icon refers to the Android screen that spawned the web page, not the web page you're looking at.

* Change the icon dynamically. In the example below, it'd be nice if play could be switched to pause once it's playing. I imagine Pinterest would want "Pin It" to become "Pinned" once clicked. Even more wishful, if the app could control this in case an external event changes what the icon's state should be.

* Icon color to be set automatically, as with everything else in the toolbar. Icon color is based on the provided icon image, but would be good if there was an option to make it match everything else in the toolbar (ie it's white below; should be dark).
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Today's theme:
https://open.spotify.com/track/7giz9J836S012swGTTraLe - No One Is Lost by Stars
https://open.spotify.com/track/256kMfX6IS2M2XjduXCFFS - Song For Grace Potter by Grace Stumberg
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I liked James. I can still hear his voice in my head and it's bewildering to think he's gone.
 
A fitting tribute to James Howard, an incredibly kind, talented and much-loved friend who will be missed by us all.
James' colleagues at Google have helped The Drum collate below some of his best projects as a tribute to him, and a celebration of...
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R.I.P.
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MVRDV's Stedelijk Museum renovation makes way for the historical details, says Nathalie de Vries: www.dezeen.com/2015/06/30/mvrdv-stedelijk-museum-renovation-movie-nathalie-de-vries #architecture   #cultural  
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100 days of Google Dev, Episode 28/100

Smart Lock for Passwords empowers your Android app by eliminating user's friction of entering passwords. In this video, learn some of the Smart Lock best practices from Eiji Kitamura.

https://goo.gl/vA0urg
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It begins.
 
We've just released our Android app into the wild! Get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medium.reader
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Medium is the first great new platform I've experienced on the Web since... probably Google Buzz.

... Possibly not the best advert for it, but for those that know how I feel about Buzz, they know I say it with the most highest of regards. 
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Doing Good == making your bit of Hell, Heaven.
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I make things (code/photos/words) and wave my arms around a lot when I talk.

I'm a Developer Advocate at Google.

I'm also the co-author of O'Reilly's "Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the aspiring software craftsman" and you can find out more about that book here: http://www.oshineye.com/books.html

I'm also part of the small team behind http://developerexperience.org/ which is an attempt to see if we can successfully apply the techniques of user experience professionals to products and tools for developers. We call it Developer Experience or #devexp for short.

I believe that identity, like truth, is performed rather than expressed so here are some links that may help you understand who I am and what I do:
I help run a handful of Google+ Pages:
I participate in a handful of public Google+ Communities:
There are others but they're either private or delightfully obscure.

You can see recordings of various talks/presentations I've given: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4029784577E43D1E and you can read about the tools I use: http://adewale.oshineye.usesthis.com/
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Very expensive but worth it.
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Good steak but the gloomy lighting and frozen rather than freshly made dessert let the side down. It's got a friendly atmosphere and the view of the Bay Bridge is nice but if you're going to spend this kind of money you should go to Alexander's.
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Great burgers served really quickly. I'm not a fan of their garlic fries.
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A nice little shop with a wide range of japanese sweets. They also serve tea on-site but they only really have 2 tables so you may end up sharing with strangers.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Nice chicken wraps, free wifi (from their neighbours at Hackbright) and a peaceful ambience at the weekend.
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reviewed 3 months ago
This is a great creperie that also serves galettes with a wide range of sweet and savoury fillings. You do have to remember to tell them that you don't want whipped cream on your chocolate. No wifi. They only have a small number of tables.
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