I’ve never owned an iPad before. It’s just something I’ve never been able to justify paying Apple’s premium for as I often find myself comfortably nestled on my couch with a laptop or my smartphone. A tablet just didn’t seem to offer much that’s new in terms of functionality not provided by either of these other devices.Continue reading I bought the iPad Air 3, so here’s a note
The last time I wrote something like this was back in 2015 and so much has changed since then, including my move from Europe to the United States, a country that is surprisingly not so much on the cutting edge of technology in some areas despite having what I perceive to be a significant number of early adopters overall.Continue reading Tech Habits – 2018
Ever since I moved to the bay area back in March last year, I’ve been a bit manic about coffee and especially making it at home. Given the amount of independent roasters in the United States that are ready to ship their beans directly to me and even offer subscription services that keep me loaded, it just felt like perfect place to start honing my coffee brewing skills.
I switched over to an iPhone 6s recently and I’ve been really enjoying it and wanted to put up my initial impressions on it somewhere, so here ya go.
I wrote a follow-up to this piece in 2018.
Thomas Ricker from The Verge noted how his tech habits have changed and in some ways, remained the same in the past year and I found the list quite interesting since I’ve gone through a lot of change in the past year in terms of how I use my tech. Without further ado, here’s a rundown of how I’ve fared this year.
I visited Belfast last week and spent about four days there. Most of my time there was spent exploring the rest of Antrim (Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-rede, Carrickfergus Castle, etc) and I spent about 2-3 days in the city exploring it with all the time I had.