Review: 750 Words

Posted on Sat 09 April 2011 in Dispatches • Tagged with reviews, software, writing • 5 min read

There’s a well known theory that keeping a journal, or at least writing daily, improves your day-to-day life. My anecdotal experience has shown that to be the case for me as well. That being said, it’s not always easy to keep up with it. I can’t tell …


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Quest for Organization: Not Really a Review of Things

Posted on Sun 16 August 2009 in Dispatches • Tagged with apple, productivity, reviews, software, things • 8 min read

I am not naturally a very organized person, which is something I’ve always struggled with. My tendency, from an early age, has always been to try and hold all my responsibilities, appointments and tasks within my head. I was fairly successful at it, which led to my developing an …


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Rough Type: Michael Krigsman doesn’t understand enterprise software

Posted on Sun 09 December 2007 in Dispatches • Tagged with enterprise, software • 1 min read

This is a good post by Nicholas Carr, rebutting Michael Krigsman’s argument that somehow enterprise applications cannot and should not be engaging. This echoes Anil Dash’s sentiments, and something I’d like to see taken seriously by the companies developing corporate software.


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