The Internet brings us closer together, helps us work remotely and entertains us. We only unplug as we sleep, unless of course you are tracking our sleep in the cloud. We need a slower internet that is made up of communities and individuals who respect each other and the resources
Woke up with words in my head. It seemed like a cool thing to wake up before the rest of the world and post something. Midlife sucks. I didn't get that red Ducati and break a leg (yet). The whole safeness and stillness makes me wonder what I can do
It's a great time to be streaming content. Gone are the days of shopping in malls for DVDs or making a trip to a Blockbuster video store. With a decent internet connection you can stream almost any TV show or movie. JustWatch is a streaming service aggregator that you can
I was at the chemist the other day. I walked up to the counter and handed in my prescription. The staff member said it'll be about 20 minutes, ok? and I immediately said hmm no, that's too long, and walked away. I drove to another pharmacy and got my meds
I've been thinking what a minimal viable life would look like. I'm not a minimalist but I've been experimenting with acquiring fewer quality things that I truly need. You probably know by now that stuff doesn't bring happiness. Buying the best phone or car gets old quite fast. Sometimes it's
Growing up in the 80s and 90s we had 2 main toothpaste brands Signal and SR. Signal was a minty white paste with red stripes and SR was a minty white paste with no stripes (as I recall). We used to be clearly in 2 camps either Signal or SR.
I've been collecting my inboxes. I'm looking at ways to reduce, combine or automate how I deal with them. 1. 3 x email boxes, unread and stared mails 2. Facebook notifications and messages 3. Books I've bought but I need to read 4. LinkedIn notifications and messages 5. Twitter notifications
I was wondering why my subscribers don't visit the site often. When I publish a post I was expecting at least a few to click the email link through.
I worked overseas for a few stints and moved out of Sri Lanka. That was the best decision I've made so far in my life. It's not easy, and there is no place like home, but sometimes you need to move to understand what works for you.
How it started I've used over-the-ear headphones for ages but they can be a pain to switch devices. The Bose QC 35s can connect to 2 devices at a time but now I have too many devices I wanted a better way. The switch I figured ok let me try