Good thing I have a reader on the desktop I can check in with on a Monday; need to submit an issue for Indigenous for iOS, I think. It’s been crashing for several weeks it feels like.
It only takes a moment of sitting down and feeling like my chest is as tight as a closed wooden box to remember that conditions that have very few symptoms can be just as bad. That difficulty breathing is just about the only symptom that my thoracic outlet syndrome actually outwardly displays.
And boy is this interesting; felt like looking at my feeds today. And how did I get subscribed to all of these? I’ve only followed like five or six people and all of those in their lists showed up. Joys of the #Indieweb.
I wonder which version of Windows I have to have in order to get the latest Windows Terminal preview to work … I thought I was an insider, but perhaps not … either that, or I was swayed out of the program by someone who was never a friend of mine …
Yeup. I’ve been busy today. Heart rate is 95 right now, and that’s without my step count even going up that much. Only 16 calories burned, however, which sucks. You would think it was more.
I found my faithful Apple Watch. The problem? The phone she was originally connected to has died and hasn’t been around for years. Does she have activation lock is the second question. I’m gonna have to use the account recovery thingamobobber to recover the ID that was based on my old college email address and then my old phone number that kinda doesn’t exist anymore. Ah. Fun.
Today ought to be interesting. Semi busy day at work, though I did manage to walk up a few more stairs.
Just for pure shits and giggles, because I have both devices, I’m going to reconnect my old Apple Watch series 1 to Shallan. Will she take it, and how different is the accuracy as compared to my Withings Pulse? let’s see. I’ll be keeping you guys updated; I’ll lose data from neither device considering both can talk to Healthmate from Withings from Apple Health. Withings will always be primary, but because I have the comparison.
It only took me a minute or two after downloading Google Maps to realize why it drives me insane; trying to fix a location share I’ve got going with a friend; I think he still can’t see me, but will never work just as long as Maps still thinks my location history is off … it’s on. Hi, Google?
Piece of advice for all … though this only affects a tiny percentage of the population. If you suffer from sudden onset hand pain, have your doctors check everything. It could be arterial Thoracic Outlet Syndrome … early diagnosis is nearly nonexistent. I know. Happening to me as we speak …