reminders

A small set of apps to keep me creative

March 17, 2016 Uncategorized

There’s something I keep having to remind myself: no matter how little time I have to put into art, I’m still an artist. Still an artist, still making art. Music’s my medium of choice. Finding time to work on it is hard though, between wedding planning, an increasingly-demanding day job, other side projects – when can I play or write some music, dammit? Short, obvious answer: block my time like nobody’s business. That at least gets me time dedicated toRead More

It’s a glorious day when Apple fixes your bug (UPDATE: oops, still broken)

March 13, 2016 Uncategorized

UPDATE 3-16-16: I did some more thorough tests on my iPhone and MacBook Pro and have run into the Smart Reminders linking bug again – specifically when adding links from Safari on my Mac, then opening them up on my phone. Back to Apple Support forums. Ugh. It takes a minor miracle to get Apple to fix a bug in any of its software or services. Just look at all the discussion threads about bugs on their forum. The thingRead More

The problem of task managers

November 9, 2015 Uncategorized

Wunderlist, Trello, Todoist, OmniFocus. 2do. Things. I have to imagine that most smartphone users haven’t even heard of these apps. That's probably why there's such an apparent subculture around each one. The average person will never break into the most beloved apps, and those who do will defend it to no end. So why don’t so many people, who presumably have things they need to do in their lives, use one of these tools? For all the people that doRead More