keep scrobbling. But it’s not exactly getting easier…
This is a sequel to three previous posts on the subject of listening to Last.fm on my squeezeboxes.
Well, the recommendation feature of the Spotibot service stopped working after a while, so for at least a year now, I’ve been listening to my own library (loved Last.fm tracks and my local … Read the rest
The classic “Process (aka Designing the Stop Sign)” nails the problem of (Over-) Design By Committee.
But is the real problem here using a committee? Can design not be meaningfully accomplished by group of people working together?
I claim the answer is yes and that typical problem is not the committee per se, but the clueless committee – regardless … Read the rest
I’ve finally been trying out Android lately, more specifically, trying out my OnePlus One. So, I’ve been looking for ways to keep my iPhone and OnePlus in sync regarding calls and SMSs. At least I’d like to have SMS to email forwarding on both devices. On Android there is Relay ME. On the iPhone, there are some pretty extensive … Read the rest
My mail setup is perhaps a bit unusual:
- I like to read and send all my email via gmail
- I also want to keep all received and sent mail on my personal mail server
The final destination of all my email addresses is my personal mail server and a copy of every received mails is sent to gmail.… Read the rest
This is a sequel to two previous posts on the subject of listening to Last.fm on my squeezeboxes.
Since my last post on on the subject, the number of ‘squeezeboxes’ in my home has actually grown – with of a couple of OpenSqueeze boxes. These boxes are simply boxed Cubieboard2 boards with Cubian Linux (a minimal Debian derivative) and … Read the rest