I’ve got that software bug again. I’m not talking about a software defect that drives us all crazy. No, I’m talking about the strong desire to write software. I wrote recently about how I had decided to stop working on software and focus on writing. I did that and have enjoyed it, but almost every day I’ve still been thinking about software. About finishing the app I started last year. About new apps I could write. About new ways to solve problems I’ve come across. And on and on and on. What does it mean?
I read an interesting article this week on Macworld titled The Mac is becoming more like iOS — and I think I like it by Jason Snell. If you’ve been following the world of Apple for any length of time, you’ve heard of Jason. He’s been writing about Apple and its products for decades.
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Now that that’s out of the way, on to writing something!
I’ve been using the iPad as my only computer for the past three months and thought I’d give a quick update on how that’s going.
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