Category Archives: Tech

Korg Minilogue + Arp Odyssey on iPad Pro + Apple Camera Connector Kit = Pretty Cool

How to set up your Korg Minilogue to sound like an Arp Odyssey. Continue reading

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Specifically how the iPad Pro isn’t a computer replacement

  I recently grabbed an iPad Pro 9.7, and the new Logitech Create keyboard case for it. It’s nearly the best little laptop / tablet I’ve ever owned, because the way it handles multitasking both works and keeps you focused … Continue reading

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Back to a focus on product with YouEarnedIt…

I just updated my LinkedIn profile with the news that I’m joining YouEarnedIt as Chief Product Officer. About 3 and a half years ago, Kristin and I moved from New York to Texas for me to start working for Ben … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Software Development vs Engineering

Someday I may write a much longer piece about this, but for now, here’s what I’ve been noodling on for well over a year: My sorely-missed friend Alex Johnson used to say that calling Software Development by the title Engineering … Continue reading

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The Apple Watch question to ask: Does it make my life a minimum of $499 easier? (Part 1 of a multi-part review)

The one question everyone needs to ask themselves when they’re thinking about buying an Apple Watch (or any purchase really): does this new pricey gadget get me the value it should for its price? In order to help everyone answer … Continue reading

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