The *real* address bar is a nuance that gets lost- people usually focus on the affordance in itself (seeing where you are allegedly going) rather than what it might be a symptom of (use of the system browser)
I agree, and platforms haven't been doing much to help in this regard lately either. One of the last mechanisms we have to clearly communicate this is that websites can't draw things outside the browser window. Obvs that's different in mobile apps tho.
years after the hype died out, 3d printing lives on with niche products on etsy, and i must admit, it's cool. custom lampshades, a lil organizer for my aeropress - they're things that benefit from that ability to do tiny quantities of custom things.
This is why I always refused the argument “embedded browsers are bad because they don’t show the address bar”.
Here’s FB’s EMBEDDED browser showing an address bar… and it can show *whatever* the app developer wants in there. Also, capture all your keystrokes.
That’s the point of the argument though, it’s not about whether there is an address bar visible, it’s whether it’s the *real* system address bar. Unfortunately it’s nearly impossible to enforce or accurately communicate to users tho.
Actually, maybe it is a criticism. The readers take...more effort to listen to, some how? That doesn't make any sense to me but I guess I can see why people like @ycombinator explicitly warn against it when pitching.
If I’m doing a talk live, I will 100% not read from a script. However, if I’m publishing a prerecorded video, I’ll read from a script and heavily edit it down. I also find that when I am writing a script that I will be reading on camera, I write in a *completely* different style.
@aaronpk have I done something wrong here? Holes for the nameplate don't line up with the monitor stand for the diy extreme print. Not a big deal as I'll probably do my own thing here anyway, just checking.
oh gosh thanks for the reminder, I uploaded the wrong faceplate design! I'm going to push out an update through Gumroad shortly.
@aaronpk Are the STLs for the ATEM Mini Extreme stand available for purchase yet? I've been trying to find out how to buy them but I'm not having any luck, apart from the unboxing livestream you did where you mentioned they will be for sale.
I still don’t understand what exactly you’re buying with an NFT. You’re not buying the actual piece of art, you’re not even really buying anything that conveys ownership. So you’re buying a number to say you own the one number tied to the thing you don’t own?