Well this is cute: Playdate. A New Handheld Gaming System from Panic
I sent an essay to my newsletter today about acceptance, perception, and the meditation practice of working on a puzzle: Puzzle Peace
Habits are always forming. No matter what you do, you’re also forming habits too. Keep that in mind with whatever you do.
Need a brief guide to staying fit and well without a gym? Nicholas Bate has you covered.
Writing brain decides to fire itself up right as I’m going to bed. I fire up my iPad mini and notice it’s got only 4% battery remaining. No matter, I launch Drafts and start clicking out this bones of the work. The battery dies about three paragraphs in.
I wake up this morning, get the coffee going and the morning started. I grab my iPhone SE, fire up Drafts, and my words are there waiting for me right where the iPad died the night before. I finish the piece and now have something to send out to the newsletter later today.
Drafts saves the day.
Important reading for bloggers: Khoi Vinh on How His Blog Amplified His Work and Career
In 1960, David Latimer put some compost, water, and plant seeds into a large glass jar and sealed it up. And it’s been growing like that ever since, save for when Latimer opened the bottle to water it in 1972.
If we itemize the woes currently afflicting the major platforms, there’s a strong case to be made that the IndieWeb avoids them.
Nice piece by Cal Newport with mentions of both Micro.blog (which I’m a big fan of) and Mastodon.
In todays always connected age, forgetting one’s phone at home can be classified as a “happy accident”.
Seth Godin on digital hygiene and what you can learn from others.