Alex Colon has
a full review.
OK, this idea is full of win. Ordered.
An overview of what I take with me — both in my pockets and my bag — when I leave the house (with pictures).
This was fun to do and I thank Chris for including me.
Patrick Rhone has kindly taken some time to tell me about all the items he keeps in his pocket and bag. I really dig the fact that most of them writing supplies.
Miłosz Bolechowski’s stunning workspace.
Flickr / meewosh)
Beautiful. Shot entirely on iPhone.
Today’s PC Weenies comic was inspired by
Very cute. I’m honored.
I made this little guy in my journal yesterday.
Apple - Mac 30 - Thirty years of innovation (by
Imagine what we can accomplish in the next 30 years.
Happy 30th Mac! The first Mac I owned myself was the Performa 550 but had used many at work before that. I fell in love and never looked back.
I’ve owned dozens since and am still just as amazed and impressed today with my MacBook Air as I was that first time I used a Mac.That is the standard all technology should have.
My Grandpa’s iPad has enabled him to do something that he’s been unable to do for as long as I can remember. The 9.7-inch touch screen has turned my Grandpa into a photographer.
Just when I start to become jaded by technology something like this comes along and reminds me why it matters. Great piece by Shawn.
The truth is that I use my iPhone more than any other computer I own. And I’m very purposeful about what is on that main screen and in the dock. If something does not get used frequently, it has no place there.
Oh, come on. You wanna see what’s on my iPhone, don’t you?