In it, he explains that while Grammarly's Terms of Service says they might store your emails, what they do looks different. They do a poor job of explaining it.
They do store what you (and only you) write but anonymized and only for the time it takes to optimize their engine. As soon as the model improves, it's destroyed.
Grammarly is the backbone of my writing. Grammarly has checked every blog post I publish. I am relieved that they care about privacy, and they don't sell our data. We got enough companies doing that already.
Ugh, don't get me started on email-clients. I haven't found one that doesn't do something that annoys me. This one looks promising though. I just hope it allows for IMAP-accounts and isn't Gmail-only or something like that.
Why do clients even do that? Get rid of Gmail! Use Fastmail or something.
Update:Marcel found a comment saying, that the v1 is a Google-only app. 🙄
Halo 2: Anniversary comes to PC as the next installment in Halo: The Master Chief Collection!
Fuck yes. Kim and I have been waiting for this. We played the original games back in the days on the Xbox, and have been replaying Halo: Reach and Halo: CE when they launched on the PC.
I can‘t wait for next week!
Sometimes YouTube's algorithm recommends something that isn't a total waste of time. Sometimes. Most of it is crap. Yesterday's recommendation was good, though. It was one of these evenings where you discover a video and fall into a rabbit-hole of puzzle-videos until way too late in the night.
Cracking the Cryptic is not one of these super highly produced channels with a ton of production-budget. It's a guy playing Sudoku in his office using a webcam. With a weird video-overlay. But it is still a fun watch.
The video up there is him solving a Sudoku with only 4 digits. And how he gets the solution is crazy. Definitely a subscription for me. This is just another type of Let's Play, after all.
Some updates: I bought some lenses for my camera. I decided to get more into photography again as you might have seen from the different blogposts having a picture. I got the following lenses: the Sony FE 85mm f/1.8, the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 and the Sony FE 50mm f/2.8. A portrait lens, a lens for …