Now here’s some really neat news…!
Apple reached out to me directly and asked me if I would be interested in participating a rare global marketing initiative and campaign called “Get Productive” for the Mac App Store which would feature my app among many other great apps.
… or not? I love Dilbert – he makes me laugh so consistently.
I share some thoughts here (on HN).
Consequently, this small indie developer blog saw the biggest traffic day of all time and broke every traffic record to boot. Needless to say, it’s going to be really difficult to beat.
Take a look at how the traffic makes all of the other days seem pretty insignificant, at least from a visual perspective:
A very fascinating look at how women have historically been considered beautiful, or rather, how we’ve changed our opinion on what is “ideal.”
And here are some incredibly disturbing images / gifs that make comment on the crippling debt our current educational system has created for the future of our workforce (and world).
It doesn’t surprise me one bit that all of these were the top “education” posts tagged via Tumblr in 2014.
I was asked how I manage to keep the “business” side of things running more than a handful of times since yesterday’s “2014 Year in Review” post and I just wanted to share with you the honest truth: I use pen and paper.
My very simple model for budgeting requires a very simple model of management. Sure, I could use a ton of off-the-shelf web services but most of them are gross overkills for what I currently need. And my notebook is always handy and present and I can keep things moving forward every so simply.