Developer experience with Jetpack and Mac for Linux and Windows
This issue I speak with Daniel Loreto of Jetpack, ask if the best place to run Linux is now a Mac, and more!
Find the podcast version of this newsletter, including my interview with Daniel on the Substack podcast page or wherever you find your podcasts.
Read more about my experiments with managing the macOS home folder with version control.
Storytelling Collective Flash February
Every day I am writing 500 words of flash fiction, read them on Medium.
Using AI to generate music with Magenta and Ableton Live
How did I find creating music with AI?
What Is ChatGPT Doing … and Why Does It Work? →
That ChatGPT can automatically generate something that reads even superficially like human-written text is remarkable, and unexpected.
Microsoft finally authorizes Windows 11 on Apple M1 and M2 Macs →
Microsoft is finally supporting the practice of running Windows 11 on Macs powered by Apple's M1 and M2 chips, opening the door for VMware and Parallels to offer full support for running virtualized Windows 11 on Arm.
1Password is saying goodbye to passwords in favor of passkeys. Here's why →
Password manager provider 1Password has announced that it will allow users to abandon passwords in favor of passkeys as the company pushes towards a passwordless future.
Linux 6.2: The first mainstream Linux kernel for Apple M1 chips arrives →
Linux 6.2 was released yesterday, and Linus Torvalds described the latest Linux kernel release as, "Maybe it's not a sexy LTS release like 6.1 ended up being, but all those regular pedestrian kernels want some test love too." For once, I disagree with Torvalds.
Scientists Warn of A “Friendship Recession” →
A few weeks ago, I joined a local “comedic acting” class. The instructor asked us to introduce ourselves and explain why we were there — probably assuming we’d say things like I’ve always wanted to be on stage! or I did improv in college and it was fun.
The people who live inside airplanes →
After losing her house to a fire, Jo Ann Ussery had a peculiar idea: to live in an airplane. She bought an old Boeing 727 that was destined for the scrapyard, had it shipped to a plot of land she already owned, and spent six months renovating, doing most of the work by herself.