23/09/2021

2021/09/23#p1
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From one extreme to the other. I had to be in early today so, based on this week's traffic, left with plenty of time to spare in case of issues. I wasn't driving quickly but arrived an hour before I was due to start work!

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2021/09/23#p2
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Liked: 20 Reasons To Quit Social Media - Durmonski.com...

3. You Stop Buying Things You Don't Need

Well, that's not entirely true but at least I'm buying thing I want rather than those suggested by crappy ads. 😆

Via James

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2021/09/23#p3
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The more I read the reviews of the iPhone(s) 13, the more I am swaying towards returning to iOS this time around.

As I wrote before:

"Incremental changes don't seem like much but the combined improvements over three versions are considerably more significant."

This applies to both software and hardware.

I last used the iPhone X with iOS 12; a lot has changed since then. My work phone may have iOS 14 installed but it is an old 6S which is heavily locked down by policy meaning it's incredibly limited what I can do with it. A lot of features are disabled and there is no access to the App Store, only an internal portal for essential business apps used by my employer.

I previously wondered if Android 12's tentpole feature, Material You, would be enough to convince me to stay on Android but current evidence suggests that, unless you buy a Pixel phone, it's influence will be limited or non-existent.

So, after approaching four years on Android I think it's probably time to freshen things up and switch back again.

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