· Aug 3, 2016 at 8:06 am
Sometimes in the morning when I’m not feeling overly motivated, I’ll go to my phone’s App Store and make sure all my apps are up to date. Then I feel accomplished and productive first thing.
· Aug 2, 2016 at 3:29 pm
Peeps, since I’m on a late 2000s kick music wise today, here’s a like-we-did-it-all-summer-long jam for ya.
I could listen to Phoenix for hours. It’s some of the cleanest, tightest, melodic-est (I don’t care if that’s not a word), stuff you’ll find from this era.
I love how the lyrics are obviously telling a story in cryptic form. That’s fun though because then we get to attach our own meanings to it.
“Girlfriend, you know your girlfriend’s drifting away. Past and present, 1855 to 1901.”
Get the Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix album. It’s divine from start to finish. Fold it, peeps.
· Aug 2, 2016 at 9:30 am
Apple has a complicated relationship with the 2-in-1 computing device. The company has shied away from describing its iPad lineup — even the wondrously expensive iPad Pro with its keyboard and stylus — as a convertible machine in the same language as competitors Microsoft and Lenovo market Surface and Yoga Tab products. Still, Apple wants customers to think of its tablets as more capable than extra-large smartphones. Now, a new iPad Pro ad out today makes the argument as transparently as possible.
I use my iPad Pro for everything but programming, photo management, and bill paying. Seriously. Most days I don’t even open my MacBook Air unless I’m at work.
I went all out, too, and got the iPad’s keyboard and pencil.
I have to tell you about my diaries podcast. Again. Because it’s that good. 🎙 Listen now →