Shortcut to open Lillihub
I made a very simple Shortcut to open Lillihub in Safari on my iPhone. It looks for a previously existing tab that may have Lillihub open and, if that’s the case, goes to that tab. If there’s none, it opens Lillihub. Once again, thanks so much to Loura for building such a nice service. #tech
You can install and try it here;
I can actually post from Lillihub, just as easily as micro.blog.
It shows my categories and crossposting choices. This is great.
Regarding crossposting, I noticed that it only shows the first of the feeds I have in my Account settings, and in my case is not my main feed. So I changed the order of my feeds so that the main one is the first in the list, and now Lillihub shows the correct crossposting choices for me.
Thank you so much, @loura
Want to try out a new Micro.blog web client? You’re in luck! I’d like to introduce Lillihub 🐸. It’s a delightful web app to view your timeline, make posts and keep up with conversations. You can even manage your books and bookmarks. Enjoy! 😁
El MacBook Pro se ha portado como un jabato. Ha empezado la jornada a las 04:30, se ha pasado todo el día funcionando en reuniones fuera del despacho y hasta ahora, que son las 22:30 y ha dado el primer aviso de batería baja.
Modelo Mac14,5 Apple M2 Max 64 GB SSD 1TB. #tech
Había olvidado que tenía instalado Instagram en el teléfono, hacía tiempo que no lo usaba. Al abrirlo, me ha ofrecido un mensaje. La elección ha sido sencilla, en tres breves pasos. #tech
This guy’s Spanish accent is delightful. Unapologetic (not thad he needed to apologize) and inspirational for self-aware people like me. And the clock that he builds is astonishing. Give it a watch (not pun intended).
Since my goal is to add entries to the index right after writing them in the notebook, I have Shortcuts get and format the date for me in the first two steps. Step 3 brings up the dictation UI and records my description of the note. Step 4 combines the date, dictated text, and a trailing linefeed into a chunk of text that Step 5 then appends to the index file. The file is named “Notebook index.txt,” and it’s stored in a folder named “personal” in the root directory of iCloud Drive. Dictation errors can be fixed in either BBEdit on my Mac or Textastic on my phone.
I struggle with dictation and voice control. I really think that the system works well in English and it’s not so reliable in Spanish. But people like Dr. Drang or Macsparky always make me want to make dictation work. #tech
Lo que estoy disfrutando retocando Atajos para publicar al blog desde el teléfono. Tengo para citas y para textos propios. Ya solo me falta un atajo para publicar imágenes. #tech