And…back Paid Members Public
Back from both holiday and a blogging break. Here's what's been going on.
iOS 11 fundamentally changes the iPad Paid Members Public
I’ve been playing with the iOS11 public beta on my iPad for the last couple of weeks – and it’s transformative in the way I can use it for getting work done. This video gives you a sense of some of the differences: I’m really excited for the
Tabs: the vice of choice for the digital hoarder Paid Members Public
Are browser tabs the obsession of a new wave of hoarders? Pretty much [https://daily.jstor.org/browser-tab-clutter-is-the-new-hoarding/] > Sure, all those browser tabs don’t actually require physical storage space. But they intrude on my computer every bit as much as physical clutter intrudes on my home. Every window
iPad: the almost device Paid Members Public
MG Siegler on almost being able to switch full-time to his iPad [https://500ish.com/back-at-my-machine-bebcb0ff7b4e#.bkhe3dm72] – but not quite: > This is especially frustrating to me because I see glimpses of the computing future I could have. Tonight, for example, I brought only my iPad to a cafe to
Can you monotask? Paid Members Public
The New York Times: [http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/01/fashion/monotasking-drop-everything-and-read-this-story.html] > Not the same as mindfulness, which focuses on emotional awareness, monotasking is a 21st-century term for what your high school English teacher probably just called “paying attention.” This is one of the reasons I work
Om Malik on daily journalism Paid Members Public
Some good advice for journalists from Om Malik [http://om.co/2016/05/10/lets-stop-chicken-mcnugget-reporting/], even if it swims against the “volume over all” tide: > At Gigaom we didn’t push our reporters to do 10 posts a day. I always advised folks to write on an average 1,
Using an iPad to prepare photos for the web Paid Members Public
Using an iPad to prepare photos for the web [http://www.imore.com/why-i-prefer-ipad-pro-my-mac-importing-and-editing-photos] This article has me rethinking one of my core reasons for not using my iPad for more blogging: > I’ve pretty much stopped importing and editing images on my Mac. Though I didn’t expect
E-mail Ennui Paid Members Public
I hate e-mail. I really hate e-mail. Can everyone just move to messaging apps for the serious stuff right now, please? Thanks.