@hutaffe I’ve read that about it. I loved Game of Thrones, so anything on that epic scale is fine by me!

@V_ The age of the text and the different writing style could be the big factors. It is the first I've tried to read the book. Maybe I'll come back to it in the future. For now though, it goes in the abandoned pile.

@hutaffe I’ve not read that but I might just wait for the series to land on Apple TV+ first and then decide if I should read it or not.

@vincent I think it's a universal thing. I think most people still put "WWW" in front of a website address when mentioning it in conversation. Most people I speak to you still do this.

@vincent I've been in the same boat Vincent over the last few weeks. It's been hard to get traction on a lot of things.

@vincent I haven't looked forward this much to a games console since the Nintendo Wii came out. I bought an Xbox after the Wii as I just wanted to have more games to play, the switch to the PS4 followed that. These were just purchases to try each of the platforms out. I hope the PS5 is a serious, pardon the pun, game changer.

@jeffmueller That is a frightening image. What makes this worse is that the protestors are getting support from #45.

@hutaffe Great picture! We’re still waiting for the greenery to appear in our part of the world. Hoping it will just be in a couple weeks that we’ll start to see it.

@stevepbrady My wife would have loved that. Her favourite Marvel hero and her favourite James Bond in the one place!

@vincent You can follow an individual. You can also only show tweets from that account that only have media or links on them as an added option when you follow that individual.

Feedbin's search syntax allows you to create a filter that can mark any retweet from that individual as read.

@vincent I know what you meant!

@sku_b In most cases particular lists, but I do follow a few individual accounts through Feedbin as well.

@patrickrhone I'm not sure they'll survive the night! We've promised Jen not to eat too many before she gets home from work.

@vincent Go for it! Always keen to read about how MVPs take shape in their early days.

@jeremycherfas Yip, some things are easier to do with just some custom CSS. Most of the Tailwind features I've been using relate to structure, so I've been making the most of the flex and grid rules.

@vincent Nice! I haven't posted here for a while as well. I'm starting to again though.

@vincent Hey, it's me at the bottom!

@jeremycherfas I've installed the whole thing using Webpack for a Rails application. I'm running Tailwind and Bootstrap concurrently for an application and I haven't had any issues.

@colinwalker Precisely. The word propaganda springs to mind.

@colinwalker I've been giving this some thought today, and all I can say is that I don't see me using it much. I'm not a big fan of Twitter to begin with, so self-destructing tweets isn't really going to make me use it more.

There's an article on Fast Company though that highlights the way in which politicians could use it further ensure that they can't be held accountable for what they post.

Another weapon of disinformation? It could well be.

@crossingthethreshold I would say that if you have a preferred text editor already installed you should already be covered.

I use Bear as a scratchpad and for longer writing. I like having both under the same app, also the iOS share extensions make it easier to add stuff to my scratchpad.

I imagine Drafts would be the same if you were to use it for your scratchpad.

@crossingthethreshold I haven’t tried any of the versions of Tot yet, just the idea sounded appealing.

I already have Bear installed on my phone and my laptop so I doubt I’ll be installing this as well.

@colinwalker I used Moleskine notebooks for mine when I did it for about a year when I was freelancing. As I was already working from home, I could easily find the time in the morning to do it. I can't afford that time anymore as I'm already up at 5:30am during the week. I do miss it, and if my circumstances change for the better, it will be one of the things that I will start doing again.

@vincent Interesting that you're running both Spotify and Apple Music. Any particular reason for this?

I've been on the Apple Music family plan for a couple of years now. I was toying with the idea of switching to Spotify, but I'm not so sure the change is worth it. Both have great catalogues, it's just the social aspect of Apple Music isn't great and the app itself can be a pain to navigate.

@patrickrhone I never thought to do that either. We were only in Waterstones last weekend buying a stack of books as well!