With a Work Breakdown Structure.
Action at the kayak slide in Copenhagen harbour, just as I was walking by: youtu.be/nce6Q47ZjYc
It took a while, because there are a couple of things you simply "have to know":
I am only sync'ing my web-based calender on the server in one direction (server to phone); this seems to just work. Addressbook will probably only be in the other direction (phone to server).
I managed to avoid sending my contacts to Google, by turning off all sync before creating the Google account (this is done in Settings/Data Usage top right menu "Auto-sync data"). After creating the account, I turned off wi-fi and mobile data - and then I reenabled Auto-sync data, and went to Settings/Accounts/Google and disabled sync for everything Google there. After that I could enable mobile data and wi-fi again.
The point here is for the email app to update Auto-sync data must be on, but if I turned it on again while there was a network connection available, my contacts would have been synced to the new Google account before I could disable syncing to it - thus the turn off wi-fi and mobile data "trick".
Update: If you try setting up a DAVdroid account, and you get an "HTTP error: 500 internal server error", while radiCALe reports no problem in the log, double check the permissions/ownership of the files in /var/lib/radicale/collections/ For some reason one of the .props-files got root.root as owner.group, changing to radicale.radicale fixed the problem.
Also, if DAVdoid says there is in intermittent problem with syncing your calendars, check that your .ics-files have UID entries for all VEVENTS - they are apparently mandatory for DAVdroid.
It feels like even the weather is sad that summer vacation is over. It has been raining "slowly" all day...
An interesting article about the movement towards making biotech possible in your basement, and access to reagents in particular: Open Source Biotech Consumables.
Lots of things I hadn't heard about - OpenPCR, ... I wonder when I can sequence parts of my own genome in my kitchen. Now that would be interesting.
"Open source plasmids" has a nice ring to it!
Perl indeed was the universal glue of the early web - Microsofts first website was maintained using Perl: boingboing.net/2014/08/0 ...
The Night Glow - 15 hot air balloons glowing to music - in Fælledparken tonight was very nice!
I took a bunch of pictures, and made a panorama:
"It turns out..."
How come the word "emoji" seems to have replaced "smileys" while I was looking away?
Sounds better than "emoticons", I guess.
Gratituous link to "Oh No, My Kitty is Emo".Author at Google+ Publisher at Google+