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  • 3rd Year Anniversary

    A video I made for my wife (and to test out Final Cut Pro for iPad).

  • Make Apple Reminders act a little bit more like Things using my Shortcut to get rid of overdue due dates.

  • Jess Ray’s latest album, Born Again, is a collection of phenomenal tracks that speaks to the hearts of lost, restless, and disillusioned. Needless to say, it spoke to me. Her song “Wisdom from Heaven” has been sitting deep most recently: Thanks for sharing what you’re streamingAll the books that you’ve been readingThere is some good…

  • My 11″ 2020 iPad Pro is one of the best devices I’ve ever used; it might even just be my most favorite Device. It’s sleek, it’s portable, it’s modular, it’s beautiful, and it’s fast. However, it’s held back by the limiting nature of iPadOS; since most of the limitations I’ve run into are merely software…

  • I’ve been looking for the perfect note-taking app since Evernote started going downhill almost a decade ago. I remember Evernote (potentially through nostalgic eyes) being fast, efficient, and easy to use. At some point the app started being buggy, having sync issues, and becoming more inconsistent. The iOS app was different from the Android app,…

  • My wife takes some amazing photos. She has a lot of great thoughts and is very clever and creative. Please consider checking out her work 🙂 Blink and you’ll miss it

  • With the news of Google cutting its budget around Assistant, and with Amazon in a similar position of losing a potential $10 billion on Alexa and other smart devices, I’m again intrigued by the smart home echo system and have many thoughts on this sector of technology. These thoughts also come because, as this is…

  • Hello world!

    Welcome to the revamp of my personal site. I’m going to focus on making this my space for tech ramblings, photography, and experiences living in a new state. It’s also going to be a test bed for WordPress development, with a theme designed by myself. Welcome! It’s great to have you.

  • By Dan Passen, Andreas Reif, and Stephen Passen Earlier this week, Comcast announced that Xfinity customers in the northeast will be restricted to 1.2 terabytes of data per month, unless they wish to pay a hefty surcharge. This decision by Comcast is more than just another black mark on an abysmal 2020, as it plays…