I love when I am out and about (now that it is a little easier) and seeing the iPad’s being expanded in everyday uses. I remember the commercial where a repair technician was using an iPad on top of a wind turbine to check the systems. I thought cool use case but most of us … Read more
Today is Earth day. I sat at my computer and opened up TextSoap for some text clean up and basic Regex work. The icon below is what appeared in my dock. It is such a little thing. But the developer continues to take a little extra time to add these surprises in here, and there … Read more
I use TextSoap for a lot of cleanup actions. I was running it two weeks ago after upgrading to Big Sur and I saw this in my dock and was convinced it was a bug. I looked in my logs and captured the steps I was doing to reproduce it. I figured the next day … Read more
I came across this concept from Nissan the other day for a mobile office. At first I thought it was silly but then I realized I have been thinking about the same thing in the form of a camper or Airstream that I do not move anywhere. Just use it as another area to work … Read more
Finally you can have ice cream at home thanks to ice cream pods – The Verge: Photo: ColdSnapWe’ve had pod coffee, pod juices, pod lipstick, pod weed, pod cocktails, pod cookies, pod tortillas, and so much more thanks to the VC- and Kickstarter-backed rise of pod technologies in recent years. Now, we’re finally getting to … Read more
Below are the books I read in 2020. Considering COIVD, I had thought the list would be greater. There are also a few work-related books that I did not add to my Goodreads account. I will be better about that this year. I do all of my reading digitally on Kindle or iPad. The links … Read more
This is one of the silliest and most interesting uses of machine learning I have seen recently and I kind of love it.
Elizabeth Sergan writing for Fast Company: These might just be the ugliest shoes we’ve seen all year Or ever.
While it might sound surprising that 3.5-inch floppy disks are still in use on airplanes today, many of Boeing’s 737s have also been using floppy disks to load avionics software for years. Let that sink in for a few minutes. No, really I will wait. A Boeing 747-400 in the most common configuration holds 416 … Read more
I just finished reading Dan Cedarholms’ book Twenty Bits I Learned About Design, Business & Community. If you are not familiar with Dan, he was the co-founder of Dribbble. It’s a simple and fast fun read with lots of tidbits of his experience. There are a few chapters that I just found myself laughing out … Read more