Go Rin No Sho – 1645

1. Do not think dishonestly. 2. The Way is in training. 3. Become acquainted with every art. 4. Know the Ways of all professions. 5. Distinguish between gain and loss in worldly matters. 6. Develop intuitive judgment and understanding for everything. 7. Percieve those things which cannot be seen/ 8. Pay attention even to trifles.…

Inaugural Moment

This was my favorite moment of yesterday’s inauguration. “I want to take a look one more time”-President Obama looks back at the crowd following the #inaug2013 ceremony: twitter.com/whitehouse/sta… — The White House (@whitehouse) January 22, 2013

My Favorite TED Talks

Like a lot of other people, I enjoy a good TED talk. Here are my favorite ones. Benjamin Zander: The transformative power of classical music. This guy’s energy and passion is great. The story he opens with has really stuck with me and I think about it a lot with the work I do. It’s…

The Last Decade

1. All That You Can’t Leave Behind, How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb, No Line on the Horizon 2. Texting 3. JetBlue 4. iPod, iTunes, iPhone and my switch to OS X 5. Starwood Preferred Guest 6. House 7. President Obama 8. San Francisco and New York City 9. Streaming video 10. The Acela 11.…

11 Apps I Wish Were On Android

1. Gowalla (Gowalla has an Android app now! It’s pretty good but seems to be a few steps behind their iPhone app in features. Scratch that, it’s pretty damn good now.) 2. Amtrak 3. Smugmug 4. Flickr 5. NBC Local 6. Starwood 7. Delicious 8. Zipcar 9. Instapaper 10. Fandango (I’ve heard that this is on…

I Like My Droid

I said Goodbye to my AT&T iPhone the day the Droid was released. It’s not because I don’t like the iPhone or think that the Droid is a better device, it’s simply because AT&T’s service is unacceptably poor and I refuse to be an AT&T customer any longer.

I’ve been toying with sharing my thoughts on the Droid for awhile and have even drafted an extensive post about it, but I realized that there’s been so much written about it already that it likely doesn’t add much to the conversation. Instead, I’m going to share my favorite Android apps–it is after all what makes the device useful.