@cn Likely not… most of the folks I followed have dropped off; and I didn’t renew my paid account. And I went dormant for a while and just recently pulled Kiwi back out (and I know it won’t work once I update Mac OS X).
So, now that I’ve had a week with the Moto 360 I can say it is a convenient device. Not necessary by any stretch, but convenient. It’s also NO fitness tracker. I will not replace my Basis Peak for running.
Through a full weekend, I’m finding a more comfortable interaction with my Moto 360. One issue I have is the way I cross my arms ends up causing screen touch, which in turn activates the display. Minor; but something I need to watch.
Just finished my first 24 hours with a Moto 360. Certainly taking a bit getting used to the interface. It does seem to do as advertised at getting pertinent information in front of my in a timely manner.
Wow. Just changed roles and already receiving recruiter emails from external sources offering me jobs. Why is it when I’m actually looking, nobody is interested, but as soon as I’m in a decent place the offers start arriving?
Kinda forgot about ADN, stumbled over Kiwi on my Mac as I clean up for a new role, and, well, thought I’d dig back in and see what’s going on here. In the plethora of back posts I noted @evs indicating the Android-based clients are dwindling.
Scott F. is drinking an India Pale Ale by Triangle Brewing Company. A little more bitter than I'd like in an IPA. Not the nice floral bitterness of hops I usually like in an IPA. http://ift.tt/1nCEVbj#Untappd
Scott F. is drinking a Speedway Stout by AleSmith Brewing Company. YUMMY! There is a balanced bitterness/sweetness upfront. His down smooth with a warmth in the follow-through. Mouthfeel is smooth and sticky http://ift.tt/1szEIch#Untappd