So yeah, I look like a NUT. It was November 14th in Houston and it was 30 degrees. I had already walked 3 miles and went to a Tai Chi class. After class it was dark and I started to walk home. A few things I noticed about this night that stood out.
Digital Nomad Lifestyle
It’s the conference journey, not the destination.
With content generation happening at ludicrous speed, you must make time to keep up. Since I bought my iPad last year I have found it more and more useful for generating content on-the-run. Find out what’s in my bag and how I operate.
I went to Denver for the first time in late 2011 and it was everything I expected: beautiful landscapes with inner-city counter-culture edginess. Armed with my Canon T2i and Canon Powershot SD790IS, I took to the streets and hills.
Growing up in New Haven, Connecticut, there were so many great pizza restaurants around. At the time, I didn’t realize how special they really were, and how difficult it is to create a great pizza. The secret, I found out, is in the spicy sauce and thin crust.
Armed with an iPhone and Twitter, I had the tools to bring Kerouac’s true vision of improvisational storytelling to life – in real time.
The first iPad is great for eBook reading, but nothing more. Podcasters can rejoice it’s yet another device that plays podcasts, but the audience for the device appears small.