Tedium is a silent killer, I agree. It kills even the motivation to search for what you truly love. Tricking yourself into doing all this shit for various reasons is essentially a mental suicide.
But it’s pretty hard to reach a point in your life, when you can forget about everything else and only do the thing what you love. You have to start by cutting the slack. Get rid of what you don’t need, be it people, chores, social stuff, whatever.
A little selfishness will go a long-long way.
The new Samsung ad mocking iPhone customers. It’s so brilliant: full of features people will use multiple times a day.
With two hands, apparently.
I like this methodology a lot.
This one sums everything up about the iPhone 5 being boring perfectly. The average customer gets it. The nerds, bloggers and android phone customizer extraordinaires will never do.
Youtube, too, please?
Like a cat dragged in from the rain
Who goes straight back out to do it all over again
I’ll be back for more
The right panel is mysteriously left empty; Where are my Request Headers, Responses, and Cookies? Turns out those details are hidden away, safely ensconced in a nested panel that you can only get to by clicking the little gray right-arrow button next to the filename.
Clicking that button actually takes you away from the network panel, which introduces unnecessary navigational complexity. If you intend on quickly skimming the details for more than a handful of requests you’ll find yourself in a death spiral of details-back-details-back-details- back ad nauseum. Not fun.
This is also my biggest gripe. Other than being a slow, inconsistent and confusing mess overall.