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amy
    I wrote a bit about another of my hobbies, tabletop roleplaying: http://t.co/VAoPqlsyKc
    amy
      (Regarding last tweet: support a new indie developer, and get an entertaining diversion for your 79p.)
      amy
        Vowee: race against the clock to identify the vowels in a word. (Only Connect's missing vowels round in reverse?) https://t.co/WWkUDYat0v
        amy
          Time zone repost: I posted about what I do when I’m not being a software developer: http://t.co/IQWEhiiUTM
          amy
            @ggirton That’s cool. Do you have any phoyos online?
            amy
              I posted about what I do when I'm not being a software developer: http://t.co/IQWEhiiUTM
              amy
                @cgiffard It’s a comic light opera a la Gilbert & Sullivan. But it’s about Vikings so there will be Wagner allusions :)
                amy
                  @cgiffard Ooooh, exciting! Heh, I just thought “There should be a blog of cool non-tech stuff developers do in their free time”. Then I realised I just invented a new side project :(
                  amy
                    @cgiffard I’m doing a lot of non-tech things in my free time. Just on my way back from performing at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival. I’m also making a board game, writing an opera… coding takes a back seat!
                    amy
                      @cgiffard You can switch teams, most people do so after 12-18 months. Suggestions are welcome but usually everyone has a big pile of ideas already :)
                      amy
                        @cgiffard About eight months.
                        amy
                          @cgiffard Heh. I don’t have time for a side project! (If I’d still been at Agant, we’d probably have done something with this…)
                          amy
                            @cgiffard Yeah. And it’ll have to be easy to grab just one. But I think there’s mileage there…
                            amy
                              Force Touch would make ebook page-turning awesome. Touch harder to turn more pages at once!
                              amy
                                A tiny touch will do it, e.g. moving the cursor (not clicking). Small problem but annoying enough I don't enjoy using it any more… (3/3)
                                amy
                                  I have a MBP 15" 2014, no Force Touch. It seems like when it's supported in the middle, some stress is being put on the case somewhere.(2/3)
                                  amy
                                    Annoying Macbook problem: since 2 days, when I'm lying in bed with computer on me, when I touch the trackpad it 'clicks' slightly. (1/3)
                                    amy
                                      @remus I find I want to replace (or cancel) more often than I want to merge.