There's some getting used to a new place. It takes time to adapt to new surroundings and a new routine. I've been thinking about this since I left the city back in March. I look down at the sink--it's not my sink, not just yet. I know my sink. I
What happens all the time is, you hit the Yubikey by accident while typing in to Slack or some other chat program and you wind up sending the whole channel a "Yubisneeze."
I noticed David was Tweeting about taking notes yesterday, and it got me thinking that I might like to share a little about how I've been taking notes lately, and specifically how I approach notes for meetings vs. studying or anything else. Firstly, I've switched to a great app called
If you know me, you probably know I've been somewhat obsessed with a new email service called Hey.com. I was an early adopter last year when it launched and I've since forwarded all my older accounts directly into Hey. It's completely changed the way I correspond with people, and
It's me again. Writing. Not really sure where this is going, so hold on tight. This past weekend our family pulled up roots and transplanted ourselves to a quiet suburban town by the water. Moves are always hard, but add two year old, add Covid-19, add new job and all
Today is my last day living in the wonderful borough of Brooklyn, New York. I've been here for the past 11 years, nearly all of it spent in a small two bedroom apartment right by Prospect Park. My wife wrote up a lovely post about her relationship with the park.
A couple weeks ago my wife and I brought home a new car. We are moving out to Long Island tomorrow after living in this two bedroom apartment since 2010 and well, we needed a car for our new suburban lifestyle! Our apartment is on a rush hour street in