The iPad Nano

Some great things come in small packages Sometimes the simplest solution is right in front of you Shall we play a game? It’s been a while since I have written about using the iPad Pro as my primary machine so I thought it would be as good time as any to give an update on where my head … Continue reading The iPad Nano

Go Dark: Mac Edition

Blackout. Your privacy is (not) an illusion As someone who has not only been interested in “the security aspect of cyber” and the implications for personal privacy for quite a long time, it’s facinating to watch the world become slightly more aware of what really happens to your data when you’re using your computer, mobile phone, … Continue reading Go Dark: Mac Edition

Things I Like: 2016

The annual list of keeping my flow in check Overview I cannot put into words how happy I am that 2016 is finally over. This has been one crazy year (which seemed to start when David Bowie passed away) — the universe appeared to go into a complete backspin the last 12 months, and I’m just glad 2017 … Continue reading Things I Like: 2016

Embracing The Suck

Nice morning to get kicked in the face, punched and swam over. Let’s do this. How far are you willing to push yourself? I have never thought of myself as an athlete. Heck — throughout high school, my parents would have considered it odd if I even went outside to mow the lawn, let alone seeing me crack … Continue reading Embracing The Suck

I’m From the Future

162 Days Later Hello, friend. When we last talked, I was at a crossroads. I was still trying to make a mental leap on workflow that involved a MacBook 12″ for my day to day computing and using only an iPad Pro 9.7″ and the iPhone 7Plus. The experiment as a whole has been rather facinating … Continue reading I’m From the Future

The Evernote Exodus

One of the most important, yet simplest, tasks that do every day is to take notes. While this probably isn’t the right post to discuss exactly how many hours of my life is spent in meetings, note-taking has easily become one of the single most critical tasks for my computing needs. This need is ubiquitous … Continue reading The Evernote Exodus

Mobile Tools

if all you have is nails, sometimes you need a hammer… You never know what you’re going to need… One of the things that I still find joy in is the simple discovery of understanding of how things work, regardless of what weird road my career has taken me to. These days, it’s rare that my day … Continue reading Mobile Tools