Nothing But A Smartphone

Not long ago I wrote about pros and cons of devices designed to do only one thing well versus others that can do many things. Of course, the smartphone is the multi-use magic gadget with the chops to function as the be-all end-all device. That in mind, here’s a thought experiment: can the iPhone replace all other devices? Tablet First, the iPad (or other tablet). … Continue reading Nothing But A Smartphone

Taking The iPad Further

In a few days, Apple will have an event where maybe they’ll reveal new iPads. And since my iPad is my computer, I’m very interested to see what direction Apple takes iPad next. Will it become even more capable than it already is? And a bigger question, will the iPad become more of Apple’s main focus for the future of computing? When the iPad Pro, … Continue reading Taking The iPad Further

My iPad Is My Computer

Not long ago, everyone had a boxy beige desktop PC, or maybe a thick clunky gray laptop. Those were the only real choices for a personal computer. But now, many people use other things like smartphones, tablets, or Chromebooks. With so many options, you just kinda pick what works best for you and which thing you like the most. Nowadays a personal computer is much … Continue reading My iPad Is My Computer

Geeking Out On Words

I’m kind of into words. Understanding definitions is something I sort of geek out on sometimes. Almost every day, I use a dictionary and thesaurus app. My brain really likes to know the nuances of meaning between similar terms such as productivity and creativity. Context can give clues, but I still like to resort to a dictionary. Here’s a question I have, “Is blogging creative … Continue reading Geeking Out On Words