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Sounds like these could be Otoacoustic Emissions

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK580483/#:~:text=Otoaco....


This doesn't totally solve the issue, but if you unlock your phone's orientation, rotate to landscape, then go to settings, you'll find a "lock current orientation" setting.


Another extension creator here, I've been getting more and more of these emails recently. I just checked, and my extension [1] now has a "Featured" badge, which I guess explains this uptick.

No intention of "monetizing" as there is no non-shady way to monetize this feature. I perhaps don't maintain it as much as I could (sorry Windows and Linux users), but on the upside it is so little work that I'm never tempted.

[1] https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-to-windowpopup...


For context, this is a fashion newsletter so the writing style reflects that world

> […] the newsletter’s intense voice, which may read like a parody of a neurotically online men’s style writer

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/11/10/style/inventing-a-new-lan...


I created a Chrome extension to add a keyboard shortcut that moves your current tab to a new window:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tab-to-windowpopup...


You might like (Extrmpore author) Andrew Sorensen’s piano live coding:

https://youtu.be/bq-260NUw5o



Can’t recommend this enough


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You don’t need to build a product in order to user test. You can take an existing product, watch a totally new user use it for the first time, and learn a huge amount.

I suggest doing this for a type of software that you know really well, as you’ll be more surprised by your own assumptions.


I work at a music software company. I’ve been playing music my whole life, my work feels like an extension of that.

An observation: a lot of programmers get into it because they are interested in programming itself. Entering the industry can be frustrating because it is no longer about programming, it’s a means to an end.

Nothing wrong with being interested in programming (it’s what makes you good at it) but it helps to have an end you care about as well.


I think you would like http://thi.ng/hdom


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