Since my last update to my blogger workflow, a few important additions has taken place. Here is my updated blogger workflow as of 2020-08. My blogger workflow as of 2020-08 The way I consume information has been enhanced by the arrival of the controversial HEY email service. I recently published my thoughts on HEY. I’m... Continue Reading →
We rarely get to see initiatives trying to reinvent basic services like email. The recently introduced HEY email service from Basecamp is trying to do just that. Here are my thoughts and why I’m going to pay for emails in 2020.
I'm not into games. I'm not a gamer. I rarely play computer games. I don't play games at all actually. It doesn't mean I don't value this type of art, I do. I'm impressed by how games are evolving and taking all the juice of computer power to draw pixels on the screen. But, that's... Continue Reading →
This year's WWDC conference was doomed to be special. Apple had a lot on its plate: deliver a successful digital-only experience, move all software platforms forward and keep the developers community happy. Did they deliver? Read more to find out.
I've been looking at a replacement for my aging AirPort Extreme for over a year. Here is my experience of replacing it with an Ubiquiti’s Unifi Dream Machine.
I’m always on the lookout to improve the way I use technology to help me publish my work. Recently I concluded an experiment with a well known publishing platform called Ghost. Here is summary of my experience.
With iPadOS 13.4, Apple injected much-needed delight to the iPad with the introduction of pointer support. Using the iPad with a mouse is undoubtedly delightful, but Apple’s vision of the future of personal computing is fully experienced with the Magic Keyboard. Here is my review of this highly regarded keyboard from Apple. Is the iPad... Continue Reading →
In the past few months, I've been using Notion, a popular collaboration platform. What I discovered is a surprisingly powerful tool that helps me be better at blogging. Here is my review of Notion from a blogger perspective. (If you want a freebie, head to the end of this review for details at the end... Continue Reading →
I've been testing Squarespace for photo sharing, so you don't have to. Here are a few of my observations. It didn't go well. I recently started a new photography series called "The Perfect Imperfections Series". I wanted a place to store and share my work in a simple and effective way. I'm a big fan... Continue Reading →
Mailbrew is a powerful and time-saving internet information aggregator that allows its users to build useful newsletters. More than ever, content aggregation is essential these days. This is why I’m a big fan of News Explorer (read my review here) and this is why I decided to subscribe to Mailbrew for a year. Here is... Continue Reading →