Monthly Archives: December 2014

Updated Tweet Marker extension

I updated the Tweet Marker Safari extension to version 1.2 today. This version fixes the extension to accommodate recent design changes on Existing Tweet Marker paid subscribers can grab the new extension here.

Here’s a screenshot of the “Set Marker” link that the extension adds to Then when you launch a compatible iOS or Mac Twitter app, it will scroll the timeline to that position.

If you’d like to support Tweet Marker or use the Safari extension, you can subscribe for $1/month.

Core Int and Hour of Code

We were lagging a little after the Thanksgiving break, so we posted two episodes of Core Intuition last week. On the latest episode we talk about the Hour of Code and welcome new listeners who found our podcast from the App Store feature.

After we recorded, I helped out my son’s elementary school class with the Hour of Code tutorials. I learned a lot and came away even more impressed with the project. The reach is pretty incredible. Even if it only sways the interest of a couple kids here and there, but spread over classrooms all across the world, you can imagine how big a difference it might make.

So busy last week that we didn’t post Core Intuition 165 until yesterday. We talk about Daniel’s iOS extension development and Manton’s reactions to yet more Twitter news. We’re recording another episode for posting later this week!

→ 2014/12/09 9:33 am

For the first time in a few years, I have a $0/month Heroku bill. Finished moving one remaining database yesterday.

→ 2014/12/04 9:25 am