I unfollowed 120 people on twitter who either I don't remember why I was following, or I used to know but haven't talked to in 6+ years, and my Twitter timeline is *noticeably* more enjoyable to read now.
This book by @anomalily definitely helped me get a handle on my money situation. 💵 You should have seen me before. 🙈 And now her Kickstarter for the second print run is just shy of the $10,000 stretch goal! Let's get it over the top! 🚀
Reading all these tweets of people freaking out about Apple requiring apps to use "Sign In with Apple" and feeling another "authentication is not authorization" rant coming. Lots of misunderstanding of sign-in vs accessing APIs. #WWDC19#OAuth
• It's more or less based on OAuth + OIDC • Their documentation is missing a lot of key info to use it right now, I had to guess at a lot of things • The `sub` claim includes some sort of unique user identifier, not an email
I realized I was setting arbitrary due dates on my todo list as a way to prioritize tasks so they'd show up in order of importance, but it turns out that's a terrible technique.
I just did a major refactoring of my Todoist and now I'm using priority 1/2/3 tags for that, and due dates only when a task is really due that day.
I'm still figuring out exactly how to use the priorities, here's what I've got so far:
• p1 - this is top priority, I should do things in this list as soon as possible • p2 - things that I want top of mind, but can wait until things in p1 are done • p3 - sort of a catch-all when I want something to bubble up a bit quicker than if it has no priority tag
I also switched my main view in Todoist to a custom filter that shows me:
• tasks due today • priority 1 tasks not due today • overdue tasks
I'm going to try to stick to this view as my primary view instead of clicking on the "Today" tab.