I talk about getting derailed with home repairs, the U.S. presidential election, and writing about the Dash controversy.
Back after a summer break, on this episode I talk through what we can learn from Tim Duncan’s incredible 19-year career.
I summarize my week in San Francisco from the perspective of not just the WWDC technical news and events, but also of using the trip to refocus on my priorities for Riverfold Software.
I play a clip from the Upgrade podcast and then talk about my struggle to wind down a product correctly.
Last week was stressful. This episode is about being mad at nothing and everything, and why fireflies are magical.
Today I take stock of the last few weeks of client work and recovering from 2 months of focusing so heavily on my personal blog.
I talk about receiving the Loish art book and my current thoughts on Kickstarter goals and rewards.
I finally record a video for my Kickstarter project. Now I just need to edit it and do everything else.
I’m playing Nintendo’s new iPhone app Miitomo, watching my Mii character pace around the room as he (and I) wait for our iPhone SE delivery. Also talk about the library routine and Rails 5.
It’s spring break week, which means the kids are out of school and SXSW is taking over downtown.
This week I’m thinking back on how Staple! Expo went over the weekend, and why it never helps to panic when something isn’t going perfectly to plan.
I reflect on 6 months as an indie, think about stealing time for projects, and plan how I can use working from a coffee shop in the morning to provide a better structure to my day.
At my 10th new coffee shop in as many days, I write a few blog posts. And on this episode I talk about it.
I finally drop the stickers in the mailbox at our neighborhood post office. Thinking this episode about what it means to be lucky.
Back from a quick trip to Portland, today I’m thinking about the music for my Kickstarter project.
Back from a sick day or two, I talk today about Twitter’s algorithmic timeline change and why it would be nice to launch a product when your competitor has some bad news.
I take the iPad Pro and my microphone out to the front porch, to think through what work I need to focus on for today.
Today I mention the iPhone app rejection, talk about why the iPhone app itself is secondary to the web version, and reveal more about the Kickstarter.
Recorded in 3 segments, I set my alarm early this morning to get some coding done before the day starts slipping away.
This morning I was distracted a little with backups, ordering a new hard drive, and thinking about my iOS app, which was just rejected by Apple.