I reviewed an app called Hurdlr. I’m using a version specific for Speakers and Authors. It turning my income and expense tracking for The Elephant in the Room has a Paycheck from a chore into a fun experience. They’re even being featured on Product Hunt.
I don’t usually get this excited by any single article. You must read “subcompact publishing” by Craig Mod. It’s about way more than publishing. Personally, I love to read. Love to stay on top of things. At the same time, I’m growing increasingly frustrated at sucky journalism. Looks like there’s a light at the end […]
Sometimes you just have to believe in something. This whole Apple, pay for software once and expect unlimited upgrades doesn’t feel sustainable to me. For a major update, I feel we should pay an upgrade fee. Day One is a journalling app for iOS and Mac that recently had a huge update. You can read […]
Now that I’m back with an iPhone, I find I have a usable mobile platform for doing cool stuff. I started using video with my students in the last few months as I recovered from elbow injuries, and found it to be quite useful. In particular, I like to take very focused short bits of […]
Well, have you? Like everyone else, I had a system. I had two passwords (for my personal stuff… more at work), and there were just a couple of variations on the theme to allow for site-specific requirements (like sites that required a capital letter in there, or something). I had two passwords – one for […]
Design is really important, and I think SimpleGeo nails it on their landing page. Their font, their graph paper, the sophisticated icons… Cool vibe. Though, vibe doesn’t mean anything without good product. And, though I’ve not tried it out, it seems they’ve got great industry acknowledgements from ReadWriteWeb, TechCrunch, and others. What I really like […]