May 2022 Archives

May 29, 2022

Anyone else using DuckDuckGo as their website search notice that many pages that were once indexed are now missing? Using site:yourdomain.com searchterm brings back very few to zero results. It makes it basically useless.

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May 17, 2022

Jesse Grosjean of Hogbay Software (WriteRoom, TaskPaper) released Bike, an open format outliner for macOS! I really loved FoldingText, Bike's predecessor. This looks like an excellent replacement.

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May 16, 2022

It looks like the "no-cost option" for Legacy Google G Suite users is FINALLY rolling out. The option is for personal use only and allows continued use of custom domain with Gmail, access to no-cost Google services, purchases and data. Google should have started with this.

Legacy G Suite transition path optionsContinue using your custom domain with Gmail
Keep using Gmail with your custom domain hisurf.com
Retain access to no-cost Google services
You will retain access to the no-cost version of Google
Workspace services such as Google Drive and Google Meet,
and additional Google services such as Google Search, Google
Maps, and YouTube
Keep your purchases and data
You will retain access to paid content such as movie
purchases at Google Play and data stored on Google
Workspace
This option is for non-commercial personal use
Google may remove business functionality from this offering
and transition businesses to Google Workspace. Additionally,
this option will not include support.

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May 15, 2022

It can finally be revealed! Audra was contacted by Wieden Kennedy Tokyo to create artwork for ATARASHII GAKKO’s Nike Juku TIK TOK campaign! So proud of her work!

Mizyu poseKanon poseRin pose

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May 7, 2022

ICYMI: I wrote a Shortcut to Track the Music You Listen to Using Last.fm and a little explanation on how it works.

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May 5, 2022

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was a really fun movie! 🍿 🤟

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May 2, 2022

It's May, and there still isn't a "no cost option waiting list in the Google Admin console" for G Suite legacy free edition users. I guess folks got tired of waiting and started a subreddit to share tips on migration.

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