• 2 weeks with the Fuji X100V

    2 weeks with the Fuji X100V

    I got a new camera for summer vacation shooting. Fuji’s fixed-lens compact is a lot of fun. Read more

  • Bird, Caged

    Bird, Caged

    Scaling back Twitter before my brain gets any mushier Read more

  • “The right words on climate have already been said”

    Sarah Miller writes about how it feels to talk and write about climate change now that the first wave of climate disasters have begun: I probably talked for 11 minutes straight. I told her I didn’t have anything to say about climate change anymore, other than that I was not doing well, that I was… Read more

  • Embracing ‘Read-Only’ Mode During Covid

    My friend Sally Kerrigan wrote this last year, about accepting that a pandemic is not the best time to be creative, and deciding to intentionally enter a “read-only” mode: It seems like writing should be the easy thing to do as a quarantine project. I mean, all the ingredients every introverted writer dreams of are… Read more

  • ‘Geriatric Millennials’

    There’s a lot to unpack in this post by Erica Dhawan, and it took me a minute to decide which parts to excerpt. This passage, though, captures both her thesis and most of what’s wrong with it: For organizations that are divided across generational divides between baby boomers and Gen Z, it’s beneficial to call… Read more

  • Panic’s ‘Code Editor’, and the Lack of Pro Apps for iPad

    Panic’s ‘Code Editor’, and the Lack of Pro Apps for iPad

    After nine years, Panic has discontinued Code Editor, the iOS version of their web development app combining a text editor, file transfer client, and terminal. They blame poor sales — the app wasn’t selling enough copies to fund its continued development, which was also the case for Panic’s now-discontinued Transmit iOS and Status Board apps.… Read more