I’ve used WebAIM’s Contrast Checker forever but WhoCanUse is a new color accessibility checker that adds some nice features and is certainly better looking. The breakdowns by each vision impairment with visual examples and percentage of people affected seems especially useful.
With that glass, aluminum band, and brown, the Vison Pro really looks like a face sized Apple Watch.
Damnit I kinda want one.
Ok the spatial video example of you wearing the headset to capture 3d video while the family is singing happy birthday to your kid is truly dystopian. Surprised Apple showcased that type of example even to highlight the camera capabilities. Feels like something Zuckerberg would do. Continue reading “Vision Pro edition reveal live thoughts”
I don’t know about the Messages apps being an extra step away. I use the Giphy Messages app a lot. But I do love the stickers coming everywhere and being easy to create. (I’ve loved using Sticker Drop.)
God I hope the autocorrect truly is better/fixed. #ducking
I’ve tried using Day One many times, including paying for it repeatedly. The new Journal app is definitely intriguing. And glad to see their is an API for it. Continue reading “Apple WWDC 2023 live thoughts”
I’ve been using DuckDuckGo on Mac and iOS for years at this point (primarily just to NOT use Google and give them literally all my life’s data) and generally for 90% searches it’s been fine and it’s easy to hop to Google when it’s not.
But… I accidentally searched for “tv” just now and the first result was TV Guide. Compare DDG to the Google results in my screenshots:
In what decade does a person searching for TV mean they want TV listings from TV Guide?
Maybe it’s time to relent and go back to Google or find a alternative to my Google alternative.