Don't tell my coworkers (hi guys!) but it's hooked up to the HDMI port on the back of the monitor that I otherwise work on. Takes me back to my childhood when waiting for a full test suite run to finish up...
The best $10 I spend each month. Our household has two adults and a toddler, and a combo of plastic film recycling via Ridwell and composting food scraps means <1 trash bag per week. Other categories like threads, batteries &cords/cables makes those easy dispose of too.
I loved the first half about personal principles, not so much the second, cause it seemed that he takes his employees merely as resources. But this book is SO different than all the others I’ve read and I took notes of almost every page (first half). I often come back to it.
We had VR set in our office for several months. The first month we tried all the games (Space Pirates, Super Hot) and it was super fun. Last month we did not play any other game but Beat Saber. It’s fun even after tens of hours of playtime which makes it the best VR game so far.
If there's one health app I would genuinely recommend, it's this. Eating well is important (Mr. 2 Years of Baconators over here) Tried one of their monthly diet plans and managed to go down from 104kg to 96kg (for metrically challenged, that's about 2.1 gallons of difference)
Got a great refund for our home purchase! Scheduling tours with their agents was easy, and the closing agent who we were assigned once we started making offers was pro. Because we prefer to do our own research, taking the refund with Openlistings was a no-brainer.
The iOS app- it's more efficient to send longer notes through an audio recording. With more people wearing airpods and for longer periods of time, it's becoming less annoying for the person on the other side to consume.