At work, I’m shared a whole bunch of Google Apps / G Suite calendars that are very relevant for looking up events, but none of which I need to actually alert me. For several weeks, I was plagued with dozens of notifications that weren’t relevant to me whatsoever, and made a sea of noise that … continue reading »
📣 On iOS my Clock app is just 1:1 with my important Calendar events, it sure would be nice to set Calendar event alerts to yell at you the way Clock does.
🤫 The coffee shop I often work out of is very, very, quiet this morning. Had to use asoftmurmur.com to fake the noise of a coffee shop. Much better.
🤦🏼♂️ had just bought a new iPhone XR a month ago. Fully aware new ones come out in September. It would of been worth the wait for the 11s camera, or the $200 price drop on the XR. Oh well, still love this overpriced device like crazy.
🤩 Really excited about the new Twenty Twenty design – all about the blocks, super minimal. Noticeably absent is a sidebar.
It brings me great joy to share that I’ve been officially hired at Automattic in the WordPress.com VIP team! After being fortunate enough to spend 8 months as an intern/mentee, I went through the application processes and was taken on for full time employment! Working for Automattic has been an absolute life changer for me … continue reading »
I love airbnb.ca. Every time I use the service I’m always surprised at how awesome of a concept it is, and how well their dev/graphics team executed it.
Pretty cool that within an hour or two we’ve booked up two cabin trips for the spring just like we had our own cottage.
“Not being stuck in one place really helps my productivity.”Tim Brown #
This is something we know, we hear about, we’re reminded about, but we rarely do. After all, contrary to stereotype, we’re the hard working millennial who don’t know how to quit. One of the many parts of preventing chronic burn out is to properly separate work and life, with no exceptions. For me personally, I … continue reading »
“Kaizen” is a Japanese term that captures the concept of continuously making many small improvements.Andrew Hunt, The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master
💪 Just launched my new theme for this website for 2019! I’m really enjoying the larger textography, having a main blog feed instead of separating everything, and the increased minimalism compared to my last theme (code has been simplified and is hundreds of lines shorter, which is always nice). A few spots need some tweaks, so bare with any random errors you see, I’m on it!