Today I learned:
You can download the viewing activity for any profile as a CSV file to easily see which titles were watched and when.
The oldest on my list (Remember The Titans) was from January 5th, 2009, which is 3,596 days ago. Almost ten years!
On a related note, if you want to wipe out all viewing activity on a profile, I think you can create a new profile, then delete the old one. Figured I’d throw it out there. 😄
Source: Netflix Help Center
Watched the first (standalone) episode from season 4 of Black Mirror on Netflix. It was excellent. 👍🏽
P.S. Happy new year, and hello! 😊
Last November, I wrote:
Switching from Rdio to Apple Music might mean scrobbling to my Last.fm account will be inconsistent, which makes me sad because I’ve been tracking since 2007.
Since then, I add songs, albums, or playlists in Apple Music to my library before I start listening.
With iTunes 126.96.36.199 and Last.fm Scrobbler 2.1.371, I now see songs played from Apple Music are scrobbled, even if they aren’t in my library (including playlists).2 Yay!
Context: Apple Music and Last.fm: Does it Scrobble? — Florian Eckerstorfer
I’ve been digging the Apple Music recommendations in For You, and habitually tapping the heart for many songs. So, I finally reset downloads for Rdio on my iPhone. 😭
The app storage usage dropped from 26.8 GB to 620 MB.
Onward. Don’t blow this for us, Apple Music!
As a multiple cat household, we find that when we call one of our cats, another follows. At first, I considered jealousy as the driving factor.
Suddenly, a simple theory[^1]: the other cats want in on the action.
I’ve enabled the unread count badge for Instapaper on my iPhone because I do my best to zero out my “queues”.
My current count is 201 unread items. Slowly, but surely, I whittle away. End of March, perhaps. 🙂