Monthly Archives: January 2018

Absolutely love this. David Byrne covering Bowie’s “Heroes” with a crowd full of strangers singing backup vocals.

January 31, 2018

Just picked up two @Sonos Ones (with Alexa built-in) for the price of one HomePod. All because they sent me an email. Mailing lists work!

January 27, 2018

My Great Android Experiment: Part 0

Being a longtime macOS user, when the iPhone arrived on store shelves, I never looked back. The mental model of iOS fit me better than any platform I’d ever used. And given my experience developing Mac software, bringing that knowledge to iOS apps was as simple as learning a new framework. So I’ve been iOS-only […]

So I switched to Android. Pixel 2. I think I’ve reached my ceiling career wise if I don’t know both. Fuck.

January 13, 2018

We should stop letting in presidents from shithole golf courses like Mar-a-lago.

January 13, 2018

Switching to Google Photos from a Dropbox Photo Library

Five years ago I went all-in and migrated my ancient iPhoto library to generic files and folders on disk inside of Dropbox. I wanted something I could access from anywhere, and – perhaps more importantly – was future-proof. I liked this solution so much I started writing a book about it and even made an […]

In case anyone was wondering, I’m now posting my tweets first to my blog and then letting Micro.blog cross-post to Twitter. Owning my own content is the new hotness in 2018.

January 4, 2018

My wife and I were talking about an older Baseball player we hope gets traded to the @SFGiants only to discover he’s five years younger than us. Heh. “Old”.

January 4, 2018

Permission to Forget

I think it was David Allen who said you can do anything you want, but you can’t do everything you want. It’s ironic how an attempt to do everything will actually keep you from doing anything. —Shawn Blanc A few weeks ago, I tweeted that I had reached “OmniFocus Zero”. I pulled up my available […]

Happy #4 to my amazing, kind, funny, crazy, most favorite boy in the world. Love you forever.

January 3, 2018