Hi! My name is Cédric Bozzi, I make websites and iOS apps, and this is my blog about technology (mostly a Twitter archive, really).

27 February

My Mac starts eating my other devices’ iMessage notifications after a while, until I reboot it. And I’m not even on Catalina.

24 February

It seems impossible to set both a light’s color and brightness in a single Google Assistant command, and that is annoying me a lot more than reason allows. (I don’t want to set up scenes for all possible combinations and then have to remember their names.)


Facial recognition can now recognize people wearing masks over their mouths, people in scarves and those with fake beards.

#AI #Coronavirus #COVID19 #China Please RT


21 February


Why Do Corporations Speak the Way They Do? [buff.ly]

20 February

I went to Habitat yesterday and got a Siri suggestion on my lock screen for a note that lists a bunch of stuff I want to buy from Ikea, with one mention of Habitat. Creepy, but well done.

Just now my iPhone suggested the same note again because it’s been exactly 24 hours 🤪


Eek. “iFixit has a preexisting relationship with Motorola, and we’ve been asked as a personal favor not to take on this particular case.” [inputmag.com]


Two well-liked Twitter employees accessed thousands of users’ private information and illegally passed it to the Saudi Royal Family, per the FBI.

It is a crazy story. With many twists and turns, including a fake invoice, an escape from SF, and more. [buzzfeednews.com]


This is a good primer on why we’re not pursuing end-to-end encryption for email in HEY. Email is wonderful for so many things, but giving false hope about airtight security is not one of them. Use Signal when that’s the case. [latacora.micro.blog]