It’s Only Annoying When Others Do It

As the last few hours of Election Day tick away, people are clamoring to squeeze out last minute tweets to the masses about their political acumen. I generally see three types of people: The Campaigners – those who are supporting their candidate to their followers who generally already agree with them. The HyperSpirituals – those who are spouting out theological …

Think Leadership Doesn’t Matter?

Coming into the 2012 season, the Arkansas Razorbacks were ranked #10 in the nation. Their talent was returning. Their fan base was hyped. It looked like a promising year was ahead. But, there was one thing that would undermine everything that Arkansas was looking forward to in the season: the exit of Head Coach Bobby Patrino after an affair, unethical …

What a Public Facebook Might Mean for Users

Facebook went public a few days ago with the third largest IPO (Initial Public Offering) in history. For most Facebook users, the news was uninteresting. Facebook as a private company will be the same Facebook as a publicly traded company, right? Probably not. Private companies can decide where they want to go. They can invest money, talent, and research in …

Clear: My Favorite To-do App

There’s no way I could keep track of all my to-do’s without some help. Like my Dad tells me often, “A short pencil is better than a long memory.” While I don’t actually use a pencil, the thought behind that saying is certainly true. Having read the book on GTD by David Allen, I quickly found and adopted the Mac …

My Six Hopes for iOS 6

I love my iPhone. And my iPad. I have used an iOS device since 1.0, and I simply loved every development along the way. With iOS 6 slated to be debuted in about a month, here’s six things I hope I see: Notifications that can be dismissed quickly. Right now, I love getting subtle banner-style notifications while I am using …