Earlier Daniel asked me about starting a blog circle of sorts to help each other work on longer form writing that requires research, editing, and more careful thought. I think it’s a great idea. There’s a few things that I’d love to explore in more… Continue reading →
Got out for a great hike this morning with Daniel and Leah. Hiked about 8 miles in the gorge up to Devil’s Rest. We lucked out with weather, it only started to rain when we were within shouting distance of the car.
Just got back from an 8 mile hike with Daniel and Leah. Now for an afternoon of reading and relaxing.
I’m really enjoying Parov Stelar this afternoon. Props to Beau and Daniel for the recommendation. Great mix of horns and techno to work to.
Daniel recently moved his site to WordPress.com and had this to say in the comments of his announcement post: I want WP.com to be good enough that I can sincerely recommend it to my friends and family, but in some cases WP.org has better features,… Continue reading →
Cleaning… iOS 5 introduces a terrible change to cache management that prevents apps like Rdio and Instapaper from storing persistent data on a device. Totally ruins Rdio’s offline storage mode. Sad Christmas.
Our problem is not that we don’t have enough stuff — it’s that we don’t have enough ways for people to work and prove that they deserve this stuff. Douglas Rushkoff — Are Jobs Obsolete? via Daniel
Earlier today Daniel posted this idea: Prioritize frequently asked questions on an external facing documentation site based on how often the questions get asked in support tickets. Show the number of times a given question was asked this month as a way of indicating to the… Continue reading →