A few links of interest this past few days. Not sharing them on social media means I can take the time to – you know – actually read them, appreciate them and share them in this rather “old-fashioned” method. Link-sharing. What will they think of next?
I loved this short video on 7 Tricks You Can Do With Your iPhone (or smart phone) – here are smartphone camera tricls to make better pics and take yours to the next level. Going to use a few of these for sure.
And sew it begins... Ralph Lauren and the U.S.Tennis Open (not that I watch tennis at all but the shirts…) – shirts that are smart – hooked up to wearer biometrics and fed to courtside monitors. What can be far behind?
Brain Pickings (one of my favorite aggregators) published this Ray Bradbury piece – “On the Secret of Life, Work and Love.” (Bradbury was one of our more prolific authors)
Cult of Mac reports China is setting up its own internal operating system to replace Apple, Windows and Google. With a country that’s got 10 times the tech power of the U.S. – what took them so long? And before any U.S. readers go nuts about this – check the number of high-tech schools in China versus the U.S. and check the population levels of each country.
This is one of the best writing/collaborating/editing articles I’ve seen in recent years. If you work with somebody else who does your editing or proofreading, then here’s the method that works. I love this and have set it up – with the free level of software in the article – with my main proofreader already.
p.s. yeah, if I’m not sharing this stuff on Facebook etc – I get to share it with you directly. And this means I’m only sharing the good stuff I read – not the stuff that “might” be of interest. Feel free to ignore in your busy lives however.