Though Google tries hard to stop my use of the Pixel XL, I continue to take high quality photos and video and they continue to hold up their end of the agreement to host them all as captured [… forever]. While Google Photos is great in that regard (a digital media dump), the tracking and stalking that goes along with sharing and uploading isn’t so nice.
The USB-C “convergence device,” as Pine64 markets that shipped with community editions of the PinePhone, and is available for separate purchase, is a nice idea1. However, in my practice, it leaves something to be desired.
a.k.a. Building Mobian Images for PinePhone
Music. Micro USB. Gravity. Combined, these three yield a small time-bomb: a working bluetooth speaker with partial charge and a rather broken USB port. Impending doom.
It’s not gone to my head, but it sure seems easy (fermenting vegetables). It also seems like a good way to buy some time after harvest, and a great way to help preserve the goods.
Small admission: I kind of have a thing for automobiles. Especially so if they hail from Japan, made the Toyota way. You know, all lean and mean like. Maybe a photo will help paint the scene…
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