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
My main computer is a 27-inch Intel iMac. It's probably one of the last Intel-based Macs Apple will make until they move to ARM-based chips. I bought it because I didn't want to deal with the Apple chip transition for apps and tools over the next few years. It's serving
It's been a while since I had a look under the hood of this blog. Since Ghost released version 5 I figured it's a good time to update.
Cardboard boxes mean a great many things to kids. It’s a raw material. It’s a thing to decorate. It can become an exoskeleton. Bigger boxes become houses, boats and cars. Before you recycle, give your boxes a second life. 🎁
If you see an opportunity to automate something you should. Here is an outline of steps to follow and some potential benefits.
This is not a science fiction post about upgrading your brain with a memory chip. The second brain approach is about elevating your existing stores of knowledge and making some sense of them. Personally I have tons of browser bookmarks, notes and reference files all over the place. This method
I did some research on this and it turns out that making and keeping friends is a known issue when you are middle aged.