Dan Moren, writing for Six Colors: What I really wanted was for iOS to be a bit more intelligent. For example, it could realize that when I turn off my bedside light (which is a HomeKit-compatible Philips Hue bulb) I’m going to bed. And then, when I pick up my phone in the morning it […]
“To me, whether Jobs intended it this way or not, the “bicycle for the mind” is the tool that empowers you to repurpose it for your specific needs, not just to consume things with it, or use it in the same way as everyone else. “
From Apple Music mixes to master playlists – here’s one shortcut to rule them all
Twelve posts I shared this month, plus a summary of my upcoming newsletter and a tease for next week.
The coffee shop below where I used to work, and where I first met the RelayFM team during RelayCon just weeks before I started at Workflow. (Source) During week 29 of the year, I wrote one piece here and one for The Sweet Setup. On Monday, I saw YouTuber Peter McKinnon1 tweeting about accidental screenshots […]
This week I wrote about being on the front page of TechCrunch, everyone sharing around the App Store 10-year anniversary, and tease some future projects
This week I shared a bit more off my site than on it, with only one post here, one on iMore, and another on (!) TechCrunch. Swipe to share First, I started the week with another Tips & Tricks post – “Swipe on the Copy & Paste menu in iOS to see more actions” – […]
Linking back to three posts from my site and a Screen Time post up on The Sweet Setup. Plus, I hint at an upcoming piece.
This piece Inside the Future of Twitch: Watching Is the New Playing caught my attention this weekend, with Michael Andronico of Tom’s Guide covering the ways Twitch is changing video games and livestreaming thanks to deeper interactivity from the viewers. Watching people game online has been around for years, but I hadn’t thought much about […]