Month: March 2019
The WSJ on News+
Comically I read this criticism on News+, and wouldn’t have seen it otherwise. If you skip past the first 1/3 of the article where the writer talks about who would want this, etc etc, there are good points about how the app works. News+ really isn’t there from a software perspective on Apple’s side. There’s […]
Apple’s Screen Time Tool
Let’s make smartphones smart, for a change.
iOS Productivity Report — 3/25/19
I have no issue with carrying a purse, but it still wouldn’t solve my problem with carrying an iPad mini.
Bag Guide 2019
Some might say I have said everything I can when it comes to bags. They would be very wrong.
Snack Pick of the Week: 3/18/19
It’s like eating money.
iPad Productivity Report — 3/18/19
Sometimes you just need to have really cool DCF products to store your iPad Pro in.
Finding the Right Backpack Material
I’m not a huge fan of the way Evergoods bags look, but damn if I don’t appreciate this nerd level of caring.
My iPad Writing Setup in 2019: Using a Stand, Keyboard, and Ulysses
Good setup and delightfully simple. But someone get that guy a better keyboard.
Snack Pick of the Week: 3/11/19
In the past two weeks I have eaten an unhealthy amount of these.
Ulysses 15, Better than Ever
Image previews for all! Ulysses has always done this polarizing thing among Markdown purists: they previewed images you put in your document. If you step back, this was and is a great innovation and one that I have always loved, but never been able to use. Until now. With Ulysses 15 the app will now […]
Member Post for 3/11/19
I’m sorry, but this post is 840 words and only for members.
Why Daylight Saving Time Is a Good Thing
The title of this link is likely to be extremely unpopular among those who read this site. The common belief basically amounts to “fuck daylight saving time” and I certainly have held that opinion for a while. Especially this morning. However this article is an extremely interesting counter point to the common refrain. Worth your […]
Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain
This post is meh, but this quote from Kevin Roose is gold: I even use an app to pretend to meditate. Perfect.
The Axios Harris Poll 100
Interesting poll: The Axios Harris Poll 100 ranks the reputations of the most visible companies in the United States. The survey is conducted among 18,228 Americans in a nationally representative sample. Powered by twenty years of proprietary research from The Harris Poll Reputation Quotient, The Axios Harris Poll 100 is a measurement of what real […]
MACV-1s, are they any good?
Yeah they are ugly, but they are stupidly good too.
Member Post for 3/4/19
What if the only way to lower your health premium to an affordable rate was to allow your health insurer access to your Apple Watch data?