... there's one major reason why traditional workspaces will never disappear: People generally like coming into an office and interacting with their coworkers face-to-face.Why working from home won't become the norm anytime soon
Like it or not, indie apps are becoming like indie games and web pages: markets that behave more like art than technology.The Supply-side Blues
How to succeed: pick the right thing to do (this is critical and usually ignored), focus, believe in yourself (especially when others tell you it’s not going to work), develop personal connections with people that will help you, learn to identify talented people, and work hard. It’s hard to identify what to work on because original thought is hard.The days are long but the decades are short
For ideological reasons, Obama doesn’t like the Israel that exists.A new inside account of Obama’s Israel ire
Kicking off the keynote, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering Craig Federighi said that over 55 percent of active Mac users are using Yosemite. He also announced the name of the latest OS X 10.11: El Capitan.Everything Apple announced at WWDC 2015 in one handy list
Simultaneously writing and releasing the game, like a sort of wakeful brain surgery, Persson and his staff coded while an algorithmically increasing number of players sent suggestions, found bugs, and played and played and played Minecraft, before the full version was released, in 2011.Cover Story: “Playdate”
I'm trying something new. Social media is a time suck and mental suck for me for many reasons. I would say to myself "I'm just checking in" only to find myself staring at timelines a few hours later. After thinking about this I have decided that I would compile some of the links I shared to Facebook during the week into one blog post on the weekend. I haven't decided if that will be Sunday or Saturday. I also don't know if I will have the discipline to see it through. But starting with this blog post I am giving it a go.
Here are all the links I shared to my Flipboard.
Read & Trust
- Behind the Lens:Selma, 50 Years Later
- Analyzing Budweiser's Hypocritical, Anti-Craft Beer Super Bowl Ad
- minimalism isn’t traveling the world with nothing
Found some new favorites on Spotify.
The first day of spring was marred by the arrival of about 6 inches of snow which fell Friday morning and continued well into the night. Friday evening, I walked out of the office at the end of the day, slid my way across the inches of slush in the parking lot, and dug my car out from under 6 inches of snow. With soaked shoes and socks I drove home. Each red traffic light was an opportunity to test my car's traction control system. It took me about 45 minutes to travel the 14 miles from the office. Time to sit and drink a six pack. And then another. Because this weather sucks!
Saturday morning, I attended a course on pricing for photography services taught by Jennifer Pierce of Harlingen Road Studio. Caught these images while waiting and chatting with some of the course attendees.
Kiran got a new gecko which she acquired from the same breeder that provided Nomius. After much debate she choose to name her Charlotte. Charlotte is feisty and active. She's about a year old.
I drank a lot of ale this weekend. On Friday I stopped by a liquor store in Ewing and bought a "make your own" six pack. I filled with ale from Cricket Hill and five ales from Fort Collins, Hoptitude, Black Sheep Black IPA,Oktoberfest,Rocky Mountain IPA,Hefeweizen. I just drank the last one with a shawarma sandwich from Mamoun's in Princeton.