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Showing posts from December, 2022

Farewell, 2022

Howdy, folks! It seems like we've reached that point again. Here we are at the end of another year. That in itself is hardly noteworthy, at least in the context of this blog, but I figure that this is a good time to do a quick recap of what's been happening lately. So, without further ado, let's begin! Violoncello 2.1 Earlier this month, I finally released a much-needed Violoncello update! Due to various other projects and school taking up my time, it had been quite a while since the last update. Despite this, I feel that it was well worth the wait. Version 2.1 adds the ability to clear your history/recently visited sites, improves the UI, modernizes the app a bit, and also increases the number of sites displayed in the recently visited section. Overall, I'd say it's a pretty solid little update, and I hope you all enjoy it. Check it out Rebble Revamp! I've written way too much about Pebbles on this blog, but this is actually pretty neat. I was able to assist th

The Quintessential Pebble

I've been wearing my Pebble Time Steel a lot lately. I have all the different models of Pebbles and each certainly has its own pros and cons. Time Steel's main cons are that it's heavy and expensive. However, its pros far outnumber its cons. It's built like a tank, has incredible battery life, features an awesome 64-color screen, and basically offers the definitive Pebble experience. That said, if I had to pick my second favorite Pebble, it would likely be the Time Round. If that watch had better endurance, it would likely be my favorite Pebble. Admittedly, other Pebble models such as the Pebble 2 and standard Time are quite nice in their own rights, but the Time Steel feels like a watch that means business. It strives to be the absolute best Pebble it could be and achieves this. Thus, though I do adore all the Pebble models, the Time Steel is what I would consider the quintessential Pebble. If the Pebble Time 2 had been released, though... Well, that would be a differe