I’ve been working on a post about how to use your iPhone as more than just a text, social media, camera, and game machine for a while. This post at MacStories is probably the best quick breakdown of many of the ways I use my phone as a productivity tool, though.
While typing longer thoughts out on the iPhone can be a bit slower than banging them out on a full sized keyboard, I’ve found that processing email using an app with swipe gestures, like Airmail, is faster than using my laptop.
Hit the link and learn how to better use your phone for more than just a consumption device.
via Working from an iPhone – MacStories
If you’re already tired of hearing about baseball from me, imagine how bad it’ll be when the season actually begins.
I’m convinced that all school events are just a cover to sell more Scholastic garbage at the book fair.
Obviously, I’d put Prince #1, but understand why U2 has that spot.
via Rolling Stone
Never forget the day Prince called down rain and the heavens opened. Watch the story and listen to musicians who actually sing and play instruments live.
Talk about a performance that sticks with you for years. Still the very best.
Obligatory Thunder seat shot. Very special night with the boy to kick off my birthday weekend. 41 is something like 34 in 2017 years… I hope.
Getting old sucks. Trigger warning. Getting old and fat is even worse. Struggling with weight is my thing. I can get lean-ish and then hit the holidays and put on double digit pounds. The weight is trending down right now and a lot of that is due to the concept of intermittent fasting. The information coming out is looking good.
When you dig through the data, it starts to get pretty exciting. It decreases breast cancer risk and recurrence by as much as 36%, improves sleep, has positive effects on markers of systemic inflammation, and regulates blood glucose levels and other aging biomarkers. Furthermore, Dr. Longo’s clinical trials have demonstrated efficacy for type 2 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and cancer patients.
The plan is to eat during a specific window of time, but found myself grabbing a snack or three outside the window. Accountability, I figured “there’s an iOS app for that,” and sure enough there was. Zero by The Kevin Rose.
What is the app? Well, it’s a pretty timer. A timer that tells you when you can have Zero food. Thus the simple name. There’s also some videos spewing science. You can watch those if you’d like, but the main part is the timer and its notifications. Wait, one other important thing, the data tracking. Very important.
The easy way to start is with the default plan, the 13 hour timer. Don’t eat for 13 hours, eat clean the other hours. Oh, and don’t eat after sunset lest you go from Mogwai to Gremlin.
Lawyer talk, don’t do this without talking to a doctor. Seems prudent to say this as getting sued would be a terrible way to spend my time.
via Introducing “Zero,” a new app to help you fast – Medium