15 years ago I got my first Mac and it was rather useless. Today I’m reliving that experience after picking up a Windows laptop.
How much do we pay for entertainment? How much should we pay? Should we compare those things to movie ticket prices? Find out more here!
It’s a new year and here’s a small thing to make you a little happier: stop browsing unlimited content feeds. Become a seeker instead.
Merry Christmas, I got you a bunch of stuff.
Every year I take all of my bookmarks and put them in an archive folder. It’s kinda like The Purge but with sites you won’t visit.
Here are some recipes that have stayed in my regular rotation, either because they are easy and/or give a good yield of leftovers and/or are straight-up yum y’all.
As do I. As does everyone. No matter what you do, the end result is that things start in one place at the beginning of the day, and they end up somewhere else at the end of the day.
The greatest trick the marketing devils ever pulled is convincing you that you shouldn’t reply. About those foolish noreply email addresses.
The unstoppable force of very gradual progress comes to this site’s newsletter. Finding a simple new-post newsletter setup without paying too much wasn’t as easy as I expected.
There should be a cheaper option for apps you don’t use very often.