Thanks to all the authors that attended #natbookfest!
My selfie game still needs work.
Since I was in the neighborhood…
Looked down and noticed the eclipse reflecting nicely off the iPad screen. Turns out glass is reflective - who knew?
Beats the hell out of working.
Places that sell classic old candies always make me a bit nostalgic for growing up around a drug store.
Brewery tanks and ominous skies.
You might be a few days early for the Apple dev conference when you don’t recognize anybody at the hotel bar.
Kudos to the guy manning the crepe cart outside of Cannabis Station.
Next time I’m “here”, it won’t actually be here.
Crayons on hardwood. 2017.
A different spin on the Sorting Hat.
Reading Jacon Kastrenakes’s piece on the iPod nano reminded me it came out just after I started my MBA program.
My profs were on cloud 9 seeing a major company unafraid of disrupting instelf instead of playing it safe. Seeing Apple held up as a paragon of business practices felt like a major sea change to me.
While I’ll miss the iPod nano (and, to a lesser degree, the shuffle), I’m glad Apple finally made a call on the products.
With the focus on Apple Music, it’s long past “Put up or shut up” time on those products.
Indie Microblogging meetup at WWDC.
I usually mock the whole concept of luggage stores in airports, but damned if this didn’t drag me in the door.