I disagree that the new watch OS makes things better. Information that requires me to scroll the wheel is of no use to me. I want to glance at my watch to see things - I don’t think having to scroll the wheel to surface info is any kind of solution.
There is a level of M3 performance that will tempt me to upgrade, but I’m still riding the high of the 16" M1 Max. No question it’s one of my best computer purchases.
I actually like it quite a bit. Most of the time I don’t want to use one of the really densely complication-packed watch faces, and scrolling is much better than having to launch the app to get the information — it’s a lot faster.
But of course the quick glance that you prefer is even faster.
From Dave and Stephen’s discussion on this week’s show, it sounds like the current watchOS design is better if you run a lot of apps, but the new design is better if you want to have more complications than can fit on your watch face. Is that a good way of summarizing it?
Sorry, I know this is off topic… Is there a place to make recommendations for future episodes? I’d love to listen to an interview of the creator of Marvis Pro.
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As someone with a Land Cruiser that has a solar panel on top of it and a big Jackery inside, I really felt heard in this episode
Make sure your backup camera is working!
Can you get the federal credit for a Jackery purchase? It looks like they used to have a page for it, but removed it.
This gives me an idea! I have a Goal Zero big battery and the accompanying solar panel and a Winnebago Solis pocket. I could add a bracket for the solar panel to the pocket to charge the Goal Zero battery.
Toyota just came out with a new Land Cruiser.
Yay gaming! I was so surprised to hear my question on my commute, I’m grateful for the response. I started gaming more during some significant health challenges I had a few years ago by picking up a Switch, but then one of my cousins decided I needed to play games all of the cousins and got me into Xbox. The social aspect is definitely true in my experience, I have talked with my cousins more in the past 2 years than I did in the previous 10.