Put macOS on the iPad, you cowards
Put macOS on the iPad, you cowards by Monica Chin, The Verge Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and I would imagine that what is shared in this article is probably a shared opinion by a good number. Here is the central idea: But now that the iPad Pro is an M1 system, I […]
Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software
Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software by Nadia Eghbal I just finished this book while walking on the treadmill this morning and I am torn. There are definitely parts that I find insightful, especially as an overall look at the struggles open source communities, founders, contributors, maintainer, etc. run into […]
My Response: How Many Devices Is Too Many?
While I may not be following the 100 Days To Offload, I am hoping to get back into writing on this blog a little bit more in the future. Luckily, Kev Quirk over at https://kevq.uk IS posting every day and one of his recent posts caught my attention: How Many Devices Is Too Many? This […]
Between Two Worlds
I have been spending too much time thinking about digital platforms again. It breaks down into two choices at the moment: Continue working in Apple’s ecosystem for much of my personal and professional life Work to move as much as possible to open source and free software alternatives which may include self-hosting a number of […]
Quick Thoughts on the ThinkPad T495
If you are looking for a good, competent Linux laptop, the ThinkPad T495 could be just the thing for you.