If there’s a thing that lately is a real PITA for me here on Medium.com, is that I have to put an exeception to my rule of not allowing 3rd-party cookies on my browsers.
The second thing is that their stuff explains how to do it only for Google’s Chrome, ignoring the other existing ones (Firefox, Safari, Edge) …
It’s just me?
Once again I find myself reading out an article on quitting, changing life, changing perspective.
Once again the author is a really talented guy. Nor the average one.
Once again the person quitting comes from a Country on the north of the world. Where everything is really based on merits and where highly professional profile is very well paid.
I read with amazement, envy, curiosity this behaviour and keep wondering “what about the average person?” … and the below the average person? …
I got invited on writing something on Medium.com and what better way to say thanks that actually writing something here?
It’s been 10 months since Mountain Lion launch, 7 since iOS 6 release and almost everybody has gained his pace through their new systems (if they’ve choosen tha always up-2-date tecnology path).
Software bundle are blooming (and flooding) in my mailbox, Apple is on the design path of things instead of pushing on false innovations. And I am thinking that it’s the nicest moment in using both of their technologies.
I’ve had time to discover features I like and can use in my workflow, which are useless to me (Facebook integration in OS X, to say) and I have the time to study how to improve the usage of new tools (i.e., Markdown and some of it’s editors) or search new ones (like Zotero). At work my wife and her studio colleague had time to smoothly switch from an entire working life spent on Windows XP to their new iMacs and the ecosystems they represent, without losing productivity within the everyday challenges of a small architectural studio. …