David Sparks asked about my homescreen
David “MacSparky” Sparks has a running series where he asks folks about their homescreens, and he just asked about mine (I bucked the trend and went with my iPad), my favorite apps, what I’d change about iOS, and more.
If that isn’t crazy enough, he actually published my response.
A transformation has just occurred, and I am delighted to be a small part of it. Read & Trust, a gathering of independent writers recommended by those you read and trust, has changed its format from a weekly email newsletter … Read more →
In December 2011, HP said it had 600 employees working on WebOS, but will no longer comment on how many are left. Brian Chen did a little sleuthing on LinkedIn for the New York Times to find that only 170 … Read more →
Found some great iPhone and iPad apps lately, so I wrangled em up for Mac Observer. This is probably going to become a regular thing for me, too.
Four Years of App Store: Developers Weigh In On Search, Discovery, and Curation – MacStories I’m not liking this piece just because Federico quoted me a few times alongside a bunch of great developers and shops. It really is a … Read more →
Curious about Day One as a journaling app for all those things you don’t want to post to Facebook or Twitter? I’ve been using it since August, so I reviewed Day One for Macworld.
Pixelmator 2.0 Gains Drawing Tools, lots of Lion Features – The Mac Observer Getting my freelancing feet wet again with a softball at The Mac Observer. There’s more to come there and here at Wind on a Leaf.
Mac Gems: Reeder for Mac review – Macworld I’m starting to write freelance again. Here is one of the first of many.