My work as a developer of free and open source software is an expression of my firm belief in humanity, communication and collaboration. War is the opposite of those beliefs and I strongly support any action that opposes Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. As such the protests in Russian cities against the war need to be heard loud and clear and repeated by anyone who believes in dialogue; Нет войне!
A couple of days ago while racing my bicycle and not really thinking much, the next idea for Autoptimize just came to move; add a field to the metabox to allow an image to be specified as “to be preloaded” to help with Largest Contentful Paint.
Well, this has now been committed to the beta-version in 3 guises; when image optimization or image lazyload is active, AO will look for the full
<img tag and use that to create a responsive preload tag. If the preload does not match an
<img tag or if those 2 optimizations are not active, AO will add a non-responsive preload.
But enough writing, why don’t you go off to download the Beta now and play with it yourself already? All feedback is welcome!
So Fitbit is notoriously bad at getting a correct heart rate when the user is cycling. Compare below 2 screenshots of the same 1h ride I did earlier today, one from Fitbit and one from myWorkouts (nice Android app) which uses a Bluetooth chest-strap to measure heart rate;
37 minutes below 114 bmp? Average of 112? Bollocks!
I fully understand a wrist-mounted device is not ideal for monitoring heart rate when in bicycling position, but wouldn’t it be great if the Fitbit app kept an eye out for a Bluetooth chest-strap in that case if only to ensure not having utter nonsense (not only HR but also energy spent) in their exercise stats?
This is such a great song. I hear echos of Radiohead, Jose Gonzales and Jeff Buckley and yet it is a very original magnificently written and produced track with heaps of voice and guitar layers. Repeat!