Links to a couple pieces I wrote for Mac Observer, exploring my deepening appreciation for the Apple Watch.
I have quibbles with some of the details, but there’s a strong consensus: Apple missed the mark today.
I'm spending more time on my hobbies of mobile photography and art, and MobileArt.how might be useful. It has tutorials for techniques and some of the popular mobile art apps in video and PDF formats, […]
Seth’s blog: When you can, insist on paying for your software. Our instinct to take the free stuff is often a bad long-term choice. TL;DR: far more often than not, free apps are almost always some […]
For all its recent improvements, the tech industry still has a nasty blind spot: How could anyone think that creating a young woman and inviting strangers to interact with her on social media would make Tay […]
I have the PDF but haven’t read it yet. I’m glad to see reports like this: The Norwegian Consumer Council analysed the terms of 20 mobile apps. The purpose is to uncover potential threats to […]
Good food for thought on Apple’s supposed software ‘problem.’ I often say tech insiders, writers, and pundits are often out of touch with their actual audiences, and I work towards crossing this bridge and understanding […]
“It’s our responsibility not to forsake the people who trust the apps we make with our silence.”