Task management software. Ugh. I cycle between Things, OmniFocus, and org-mode. I’ve used Remember the Milk, Todoist, plain old Apple Reminders, Trello, and Evernote, but their respective ergonomics rule them out. Work is getting complex […]
I bought a Honda Rebel 500 this weekend and put 120 miles on it between bringing it down from Washington, riding my route to work to see if I needed to think about anything I […]
The filter-heavy apps of the mobile photography age let people who aren’t photographers imbue their pictures with a sense of meaning they couldn’t before. I think that’s okay.
I started the new year trying on some new media habits. No More Aggregators I got rid of Apple News and Google News. I really came to hate wondering what they were going to slip […]
A few plugins and Fujifilm’s own RAW Studio software make it easier to reproduce in-camera JPEGs in Lightroom, or learn how the different film simulations and tone settings interact.
Journaling has created a book-ending joy to go with the joy of those moments where I catch myself making up a story in my head and manage to stop doing it.
How do you catch yourself when you’re about to talk yourself into believing a story is real?
I promised an email to a friend about my Fujifilm X-mount lenses, but figured I might as well blog about them and include a few samples. Prior to buying an X-T2, I usually had a […]
The thing I’m most proud of as a manager came not from “taking charge” and leading, but from deciding the best use of my authority was to assert my right to be guided by others who hadn’t been given that authority.
tl;dr: I’m taking a little break from social media. I hate the thought of missing a direct tweet or private message from you on whatever platform we have accounts on together, so I’ve put some […]