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Craft is a serious newcomer to an already crowded space of note taking apps. After a few months of use, Craft is now at the center of my blogger workflow, alongside Notion. Find out why in this article.
Photo by Daniel Canibano - Unsplash I’ve been using an Apple Watch since 2015: first, the original series, then Series 4 and now Series 6. Over the years, my use of the Apple Watch has evolved to be closer to smartphone usage: something that goes beyond notifications. This evolution closely reflected the evolution of native... Continue Reading →
Adobe Lightroom CC on the iPad is finally able to import RAW images from an external storage. Is this a game changer for photographers working with the iPad to edit images?
I hate open space offices. I don’t particularly like meetings. I do like seeing people at the office from time to time, not every single day. I work better when I’m isolated. Disruption is a productivity killer. Does the work from home works for me? You bet. I don’t have young children. The house is... Continue Reading →
How many websites a blogger can have? Good question. I do have (too?) many, each filling their own niche. On that subject, something caught my attention yesterday in the public announcement of HEY’s experiment: “Hello, World!”. Jason Fried explaining why he never had a blog: “It was primarily because setting up a personal blog was... Continue Reading →
Diagrams recently got updated to version 2. Since my original review of this little diagramming tool, a year ago, this update brings a few additions. Version 2 keeps its original look and feel which I’m liking quite a lot. Apple Silicon is fully supported as well as macOS Big Sur. “In the new palette customization... Continue Reading →
In the first part of the 2021 edition of the GuruShots Tips and tricks guide (read here), I talked about the newly introduced or updated GuruShots features. GuruShots is still based on challenges. Moreover, I explained what GuruShots is really about: a game. GuruShots is a time-consuming game, but how much time-consuming? To answer this... Continue Reading →
This guide is based on my gaming experience1 after returning to the well-known photography game, GuruShots, after a very long pause away from it2,3,4. Here is what I found out5,6. This article is for everyone interested in GuruShots, who played the game or would like to start playing. My Gurushots score board Let me be... Continue Reading →
Photo by MChe Lee on Unsplash Here is a short story. When I was studying computer science at the university, there was a course with this borderline weirdo teacher teaching algorithmic. He really was a brain. That wasn’t an easy course, and it had a bad reputation among students. At the beginning of the semester,... Continue Reading →