A word to app developers and others interested. Any time there is a new iPhone launched, app sales go up. Here is the graph for the last thirty days for combined sales of both my apps.
It’s probably a combination of a few things. First, new iPhone users hitting the market and they may be asking their friends what apps they need. Hopefully, if I did a good job, they are recommending mine. Second, a very highly social period comes with a new phone as everyone shows off what it can do, including the new camera. And, as we know, whenever people flip their phone around to show off an app or a photo, there is a higher chance of a sale.
I just backed this beautiful annual clock that tells time in seasons rather than hours. Sure, it will look good hanging on my wall, but more importantly, I hope that it will remind me to think about what I have really done with my limited time every time I look at it. Sometimes, it’s to easy for me to get caught up in day to day reactive work at the expense of long term plans and goals.
My Cave is my intellectual home. My kitchen is where I eat, my bed is where I sleep, and my Cave is where I think. Everyone has some sort of Cave; just follow them around their house. It might be a garage full of tools or a kitchen full of cookware, but there is a Cave stashed somewhere in the house. – Rands
When I grew up, my bedroom was my cave. It was always full of microphone cables, guitars, and k’nex. Now, my cave is my home office. I try to keep a pretty clean house as a rule, but it never fails that I always have 10 or so messy projects going on at once in my cave. Where is yours?
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‘Spec-work is unfair’ is not a valid argument, those losing out on business to 99designs must offer more than graphics. - Jase Cooper
See also “Why the NO SPEC Movement Isn’t Working. And, Why That’s so Awesome!”