There are a ton of articles already out there about “best travel apps” but a lot of those are written from the “hey, wouldn’t this be nice” perspective. Which is definitely not the same as “I tested this shit out living on the road for over 2 years and actually found what was useful” perspective.
I always like to keep a backup of my information and photos that I post to other sites/platforms. Now that Instagram has been bought by Facebook I wanted to find a solution to export my Instagrams – just to have them backed up – I still use and love Instagram (hey, if you’re also on
Now that I switched Ashley’s site to WP Engine, I’ve been trying to figure out a good system to replace her outdated Feedblitz RSS to Email system so that her readers can get a weekly digest emailed to them (if they have subscribed to it). The choices boil down to Aweber and Mailchimp and I’m
When Ashley and I spent our first few nights in Montreal last summer, I remember how impressed I was with all the kickass graffiti that was up and down Rue Saint-Denis (and the rest of the city). Here are a few of my Instagrams: Earlier today I ran across 2 iPhone apps that will help
I just read Ryan Carson’s Selling Your Company Doesn’t Make You Happy and it reminded me of Phil Libin’s philosophy on running a startup. When I first read Phil’s thoughts on running a 100 year company it was a refreshing and unexpected change of pace from the usual “build a company and cash out” modi
Kickstarter has been on fire recently. They’re obviously doing a lot of things right. And there are still enough pieces of the puzzle that don’t quite fit perfectly into the “new economy”. From what I can tell, they provide a platform, but most of the success of the projects come from the hustle of project
I’m completely obsessed with my Macbook Air 11″. It is a thing of beauty – a machine to kick every other laptop’s ass – by a longshot. I remember hauling my first laptop – a Dell, and how big and bulky that thing was. I feel in love with my Macbook Air 11″ during my