16/03/2022

2022/03/16#p1
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Several Short Sentences About Writing isn't so much a book that you 'read', more one that you peruse a section of every now and then. As such, I'm going to start Consolations by David Whyte.

That will technically be four books I'm reading at the same time (along with the Daily Stoic and Daily Thoreau) — maybe five if you include the audiobook of Oliver Burkeman's Four Thousand Weeks.

I've never really been one for having multiple books on the go but the nature of these means that I can dip in and out as required. I'm also looking for those serendipitous moments when things align across multiple texts and create connections that wouldn't normally appear.

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2022/03/16#p2
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I've now been using Bitwarden for a year. I recently had a reminder that my annual sub was going to be taken and I am more than happy for that to happen. It's a great service that works really well on each of the platforms I use it (Android, MacOS and Windows) and have no complaints.

There were a few niggling issues when I started using it, such as details not always auto-populating but they have long since been resolved by various updates and I now find it incredibly reliable.

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pimoore says:Reply to pimoore

@colinwalker I’m moving back to ICK from 1Password, as I really dislike the direction they’re heading. If I needed something cross-platform Bitwarden would be my choice, though. Great that BW is open source and regularly audited.

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cdevroe says:Reply to cdevroe

@pimoore what direction is 1P headed in?

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mcg says:Reply to mcg

@pimoore @colinwalker I gave BW another try after 1pass endorsed crypto. The UX on macOS at least, is still not there for me. They claim a refresh is coming and I will give it another try then.

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mcg says:Reply to mcg

@cdevroe For me it was when they took a bunch of VC, dropped native apps and added support for crypto wallets.

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pimoore says:Reply to pimoore

@mcg @cdevroe That was it for me too, especially the crypto.

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cdevroe says:Reply to cdevroe

@mcg I see. I saw the native app hubbub. I don’t even think I noticed. So they must have done a nice job with their Electron-based one.

I think the idea of native apps is almost dead, sadly. Even Apple gave that app. The only people that make fully native apps for Mac these days are Panic and Brent Simmons.

I’m being a little sarcastic, but only a little.

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