The morning news says our stock market will take a beating and it's all Apple's fault. I reflect how silly the world is, and offer my two cents on why Apple is in trouble, through my own experiences as an Apple user.
I share a workflow for Siri Shortcuts that lets you update your Nanowrimo word count from your iPhone or iPad
I rant about task management, review an interesting but flawed IOS app beorg, and ask myself if Emacs and Org-mode is too deep a rabbit warren to fall into.
Apple removes Mac and iOS apps from their affiliate program, giving the finger to the blogger community who helped spread awareness through app reviews and podcasts.
I try Ulysses for several weeks and give my impressions as long-term Scrivener user. I'm impressed and ask myself if I could use it for my writing.
Tablets should be a surface for our creativity. I contemplate an old debate in light of the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 and why I want the iPad Pro to take a leaf from my MacBook.
I contemplate the end of the iPad mini and what that means for me as someone who uses it for both consumption and writing.
Tl;Dr: it's about convenience and getting the job done!
It feels like my (creative) life's been on hold and oddly that's spilled over into other avenues: notably my choice of computer platform. Lately, I've been writing more and that writing's been in Scrivener again. Currently that means I have …