• Erin Shot a Wedding

    A little while ago my wife, Erin, had a chance to shoot a wedding and I think she crushed it. The pictures speak for themselves.

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  • How statistics are twisted to obscure public understanding

    Jonathan Goodman: It is open to question, however, whether flights operating on a buffered schedule arrive ‘on time’ in the sense that ordinary people use the term. If a flight is scheduled for 2.5 hours and takes, on average, only 1.5 hours to reach its destination, then is any flight that arrives at its scheduled […]

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  • Tablet Mode on Windows

    Bardi Golriz: Microsoft’s apparent reluctance to make any meaningful improvements to Windows’ tablet mode suggest offering a first-class tablet experience is no longer as important as ensuring users have nothing to learn (or as little as possible) when they switch to it.

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  • Life without a Car

    Donny Reynolds: Not being forced to own a car is an empowering privilege, and it’s going to be more and more common. After all, it gives us financial flexibility, time, and freedom of choice. People should not feel afraid, but empowered to have more options to get around. One of my favorite aspects of traveling is […]

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  • An Art Form of Brevity

    Pat Dryburgh: Many of the friends I have made online have moved the vast majority of their publishing to social media. While the immediacy of social media is great, it’s an art form of brevity.

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  • iPad Productivity Report — 6/6/17

    What a good time to be an iPad Pro user. What a great time to prepare to be an iPad Pro user.

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  • Beacon

    I was wondering about something like this the other day. Neat idea for impromptu meet ups when a large group of people is around each other. I’ll be giving it a go during WWDC.

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  • A Quick WWDC Tip: Compeed

    Best WWDC tip I can give you.

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  • Will it Fit? (Video)

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  • Outsourcing Your Online Presence

    Joe Cieplinski: Look, I get that I’m the nut who doesn’t want to use Facebook. I’m not even saying don’t post your stuff to Facebook. But if Facebook is the only place you are posting something, know that you are shutting out people like me for no good reason. Go ahead and post to Facebook, […]

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  • Passwords at the Border

    Bruce Schneier: The password-manager 1Password has just implemented a travel mode that tries to protect users while crossing borders. It doesn’t make much sense. Some good points from him — I am glad I don’t have any international travel booked, because I am not sure what/how I would do it at this point.

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