A Few iPadOS Articles

I look in my feed reader and there are a few articles worth taking a look at for those of us that are iPad first. MacStories: Hands-On with iPadOS and iOS 13 MacStories: Safari on iPadOS is Living Up to the Hype Rocket Panda: Why iOS 13 Made the iPad Home Screen Fun Again The […]

We Love a Flash of Creativity and Forget About Editing

From Ryan Holiday: As a culture, we love flashes of inspiration and we love finished products. We have little interest and little understanding, however, of what goes on in between—of the essentialness of editing and improving and tweaking until whatever we are creating is just right. This idea was echoed in his book Perrenial Seller […]

Nothing to Hide…Can I Have Your Phone for 10 Minutes?

Read this if you’ve got nothing to hide: If someone says they have nothing to hide, ask them to unlock their phone and give it to you for ten minutes. If they hesitate they will have realized it’s nice to keep some things to yourself. Many of us (including myself) have been far to permissive […]

Put Your Marriage on Pause

If you think you can just press pause on your relationship for a decade or more while you both focus on raising children and having careers it’s likely that you won’t have a relationship to pay attention to when you’re finally ready. – Startup Life I have three kids 8 and younger. I’m running a […]

Some Thoughts on the WWDC 2019 Keynote

Yes, Apple announced a bunch more stuff than I’m going to talk about today. I didn’t care about most of it, or at least they weren’t the features that got me excited. You can view the keynote here. iPadOS Yup we have a dedicated iOS variant call iPadOS that is only focused on building apps […]

BS Called on 70 Hour Weeks

From Jason Shen on Fast Company: Have there been times where I was stressed and working long hours to get everything done? Sure. Has it ever been anything near 80 hours in a single week? No way. I can feel my mental sharpness decline in the late afternoon, and the best way for me to […]

Target Lot’s of Fish

From Justin Jackson: Many of the problems entrepreneurs face are related to targeting a niche where there aren’t a lot of fish, or the fish aren’t biting. Does that sound like the niche you’re targeting? Also, as Justin says later, you need to find something that these “lots of fish” actually want. If it’s a […]

Kid’s Want Time Not Toys

Short cute story about what a kid really wants. And that’s when it hit me. My daughter wasn’t holding on to the memory of playing with these specific dolls. She was holding on to the memory of playing with me. Time and money had been wasted when I could have simply used the toys we […]

Cal Newport: Sorrow and Pleasure of No Screen

Find the whole article here but this is what stood out to me. She ended up cancelling the Netflix subscription she previously relied on to escape from life. It stood out because I’ve been thinking seriously about it for a while now. I guess I should talk to my wife about cutting the Netflix subscription […]

Why People Write iPad “in the Real World” Work Pieces

Inspired by this post and specifically this quote: Ask yourself: if the iPad really was that good, wouldn’t that be a rather self-evident fact then? Would you need an article (or several dozen actually, published over the course of nine years) that tried to convince you of the merits of such a device? Or change […]

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