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atomicbird
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    atomicbird
      That’s NSNumberWang!
      atomicbird
        @tewha I’d laugh but I can’t help wondering if you’re right.
        atomicbird
          @bwebster @manton There’s at least one BTLE-capable bike computer that works with iPhone, but it’d be awful nice to have one device for bike plus steps— even if I had to tell it when biking started/stopped.
          atomicbird
            @augustjoki Shine as in http://www.misfitwearables.com ? I had not heard of that before, looking now…
            atomicbird
              @manton …which would probably require me to change modes or something, but that would be OK.
              atomicbird
                @manton Not bike-specific, but bike-aware. A Fitbit that would accurately track bike-based activity as well as steps.
                atomicbird
                  Could use a Fitbit-style device that understood a thing or two about riding bicycles.
                  atomicbird
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                    atomicbird
                      @bwebster I don’t get the last component of that path unless I have an artist named “Music”.
                      atomicbird
                        Looks like this project I’ve been considering isn’t feasible on iOS. I wonder if it’d work on Android…
                        atomicbird
                          “Deleting Genius Results…” Wait, what, iTunes?
                          atomicbird
                            Google Maps on iOS can now save maps for offline first. But you have to sign in to Google to use that feature. Even though being signed in serves no purpose when you’re offline. Come on, just say “Fuck you, give us your data” already.
                            atomicbird
                              @bwebster Thanks. Looks like there’s a lot more getting suspiciously backed up than just iPhoto. Probably time for disk verification…