Some Summer Reading Lists:
Edit is a new iOS app by K.Q. Dreger: Think of it as a single page of paper, not a notebook. You get a single note, and whatever you leave in the app will be there when you get back. Once you’re done writing, you can send or save your text to anywhere in iOS via the Share Sheet.
Nicholas Bate adds taking a hike to his 25 Tools of excellence. I hardily concur.
An important sales lesson from Michael Wade; the users of the tool you are selling may not always be your customer. In fact, the may be the ones most resistant to what you are selling.
The best news I’ve read all day; that body part I can’t seem to loose no mater how much working out I do may be a “Power Gut”. That’s what I’m going with, at least.
No new Apple hardware announcements at WWDC means I don’t even have to consider replacing my trusty, battered, distressed, iPhone because something demonstrably better is available. I can spend the mental cycles on other things. Good.
Wow. After years and years hosting his blog at Typepad, Seth Godin will be moving to his own self-hosted WordPress based blog soon. The indeweb continues apace.
Lovely piece in the New York Times on eating alone in Paris. I eat alone fairly often and don’t mind it one bit — preferring it in many cases. (H/T @rey via @vasta).
Colin Walker wonders if we should skip the resumé and ask for a person’s story instead.