I’m really excited to see Reeder 3 go live tonight in the App Store. Shawn Blanc and Ben Brooks wrote great reviews of it. I just set it up on my iPhone to sync with my Fever install. No more Google Reader. Pretty slick update to an already great app.
Since I started using Rdio I’ve run into a problem: I never open iTunes. This is mostly okay as Rdio replaced my local iTunes library. The downside is that my podcasts live in iTunes. By not opening the app the podcasts never update and I… Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I wrote about how I’m using The Hit List as my task app. Before, I used OmniFocus which was good but was just too much for my needs. I don’t need the flexibility perspectives offer, the sync was pretty slow, and… Continue reading →
The article published today by The Washington Post about TBD.com, is pretty sad. It is rarely a good thing when make your childish attitude clear in the first 8 words. That’s not a lede, it’s a put down. Also, who the heck decided to put the term… Continue reading →
Yeah, I’m sure everybody want’s this to happen: AT&T, send some engineers to redesign the iPhone to make better use of the country’s fastest wireless network. From the New York Times of all places.
This would be ideal: In my ideal management world, a review is simply a documentation of well-known facts, your performance over the year. It also contains constructive advice and insight regarding how your boss believes you can improve on that performance. My dream is that you… Continue reading →
As I’ve mentioned before I’ve been using Shaun Inman’s Fever for a while now as my sole RSS reader. The more I use it the more I come to love it and in the last few days I’ve realized why: it does exactly what I… Continue reading →
Somehow this slipped by me when it came out, but apparently there is a new movie about the life of Che Guevara in which Benicio Del Toro again plays Che. The movie weighs in at almost 4 and a half hours long (which could be… Continue reading →
I’m currently reading and enjoying Foucault’s Discipline and Punish. Taken from Wikipedia is the summary/main information: Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison is a book written by the philosopher Michel Foucault. Originally published in 1975 in France under the title Surveiller et punir: Naissance de la Prison, it was… Continue reading →
Finally, another human on this planet that does not think that Toni Morrison is the greatest writer alive. B.R. Myers writes of Morrison’s new novel A Mercy that: How shallow and vague that is; how glibly it breezes through the life of the mind. A Mercy… Continue reading →