My phone is the biggest distraction device I own. It’s always at arm's length and it’s full of Apps that provide instant gratification, but later invoke feelings of guilt for having wasted time and energy.
During World War II, American soldiers landed on a remote island in the South Pacific to set up a temporary military base. It was here that the American soldiers met indigenous tribes, natives who had never come into contact with the modern world before.
My productivity, and more importantly, my output have dramatically increased since employing a daily routine. There’s a reason why some of the most prolific artists, writers, and entrepreneurs have a daily ritual.
Over the past 18 months (since starting my own business), the theme that ties together my thinking and writing has been living a more intentional life. And this project is a natural extension to that idea: reading more intentionally.
I feel like I'm not alone in struggling to find something that's truly unique about what I do or the way I do it. Someone, somewhere, will have the same thoughts, the same ideas, the same unique selling proposition.
I’m a recent convert to using the Terminal. I use it all day, every day. From pushing changes in Git, to creating files and directories, to downloading sites using wget, Terminal has worked its way into my workflow.
Code Club is an after school coding club for children aged 10-11. Like the two co-founders, I also share the belief that it is essential that children are introduced to coding at an early age and shown how much fun it can be.
As iPhone and iPad sales continue to rise, it’s becoming increasingly important to test websites on the iOS platform. Here is a quick and easy way to test your website on both the iPhone and iPad using the iOS Simulator.