It's easy to lose sight of the physical relationships we once had with the media we consume in the digital age. The ease with which we can collect and store data has altered our relationship with media and how we organize it. We can reclaim this relationship by developing better systems for organizing and prioritizing information.
Things v3.17 was released and brought a much-needed overhauled Shortcuts integration. This means you can now create your location-based reminders with the help of travel triggers.
A Pen Addict episode discussed the importance of having the right tools for optimal productivity and simple elegance to them. Here's a list of the most important tools I use every day as a web developer.
I was given open access to the internet at a young age back in 1999-2002. It was the early web. A digital garden where anyone could express their creativity with a hand-crafted digital persona, often completely disconnected from their true selves. And I miss the sense of discovery more than anything. But in today's hyper-connected web, there are still a few places where you can still experience this feeling.
Blogging has been something I've struggled to do consistently for longer than a few months at a time. But as I've gotten older and my relationship with the internet has matured, I've developed a healthier relationship with the online communities I frequent. And I think I'd love to share more of my thoughts.
Hi, I'm Juan
Senior Full-Stack Developer over at Big Pixel. I like stickers and building things. This is where I ramble about my automation crap, web development, and cool stuff I find online.