Today on the blog, I want to discuss my all-time favorite tools. In the past, I’ve talked about my daily drivers — the tools I use the most at a given time. These past tools have certainly become important to my productivity and overall well-being. However, some of these tools lose their importance over time.Continue reading “My All-Time Favorite Tools”
You can see this as another review post, and in a lot of ways it is. But I also want to take this time to talk about some innovation that’s occurring in a place where you’d least expect it: the internet browser.
As I begin to realize more and more of my workflow can head to Notion, part of me is happy that I can see all my life in one little box. But another part is worried, worried that perhaps by putting all my eggs in one basket — regardless of how good of a basketContinue reading “Is Notion “Too Good”?”
The above image depicts a group of randomly selected Twitter accounts from JBR’s research on creatives. As you can tell, those on the left are pro-NFT — they have their own collections — whereas those on the right are anti-NFT. What makes this especially interesting, however, is that everyone on the right is a traditionalContinue reading “Why Did Photographers Embrace NFTs, but Artists Didn’t?”
After having tried and failed to learn how to program for many years, I’ve finally found the learning path that works best for me. I’d like to share that path just in case anyone else out there is feeling the same way.