I appreciate the approach Google is taking: using data centers as a platform instead of a specific box, console, or PC hardware. While the box-free idea sounds promising, it leaves me with a few crucial questions.Read More
Perhaps the most interesting part of the announcement was not the new iPads, but rather the accessories promoted along with the new 10.5" iPad Air: the Apple Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.Read More
While the Chromebook is arguably an alternative to the iPad—I find they work well together as complementary devices when I'm doing work which fits best on multiple screens. Both lend themselves to content consumption and creation, and I have preferred use cases for each. I feel incredibly fortunate because I don't have to choose one or the other: I can have my Apple and my Oreo too (see what I did there?).Read More
I was recently reminded that my long neglected website (especially the blog) needed some fresh content. Many of the old excuses (e.g., finishing a master's degree, starting a family, finishing theological seminary, moving) have lost their merit. It's time to start cleaning up what remains and begin adding content to the site. I'm unwilling to commit to a particular frequency or volume of content updates—but I will do better at writing and publishing more consistently going forward.