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Interrupt your interrupts with Mac OS Stickies

A simple shortcut to persist through context switches

You edit a function in VSCode and switch over to your Tmux terminal to launch a process. It’ll take five minutes. Before you can check results a red notification bubbles up in your dock.

A warning’s fired from one of your alert systems and you have to figure it out. It’s…




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Naim Kabir

Naim Kabir

Engineer. Focused on experimentation, causal inference, and good software design.

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