Every time I have to switch to my Mac to do something (like an app or service that still doesn’t have proper iOS support), I remember how comfortable and familiar it is.

Every time I get back to my iPad, where I do most of my work and play these days, I remember how much more fun and interesting it is to me.

It’s a strange cadence, but oddly satisfying, in a way. Like periodically rediscovering a favorite food dish.

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