Several years ago, when Safari got built-in RSS, I was thrilled. Finally RSS became useful to me and I’ve been using it — and Safari — ever since. Recently, though, that has changed.
Four-Finger iPad Tip
As the regular reader of this site (hi mom!) knows, I spent Tuesday relying on only my iPad. One of the tricks I employed to quickly switch from app to app is the four-finger swipe.
Back to the Mac
Yesterday I wrote a brief post about using my iPad for a day instead of my Mac laptop, as I left the latter at home by accident. Today it was back to my Mac — thankfully.
Insert iPad here
When I got to the office this morning and unpacked my bag, I realized I left something at home: my laptop. Not one to let a little thing like a missing computer ruin my day, I’ve decided to see if I can simply rely on my iPad.
iPhone alarm tip
I often use the iPhone‘s built-in alarm to wake me up from short naps, or to let me know when a parking meter is going to expire. The other night, though, I discovered another use for it.
As I was preparing to go to sleep, I really wanted to listen to some music as I read and, inevitably, fell asleep with my book crashing to the floor next to me. What I didn’t want, though, was for my iPhone to play music all night and wear the battery down by morning.
It’s been about 12 hours since my last missive (I think… I’ve kind of lost track of time), and in the interim, I’ve made a few observations and crossed Europe into Asia.
First things first. I spent most of the day relaxing in the Lufthansa lounge in Frankfurt, enjoying the free drinks (yes, Germans do drink beer at 8 a.m.) free sausages (yes, you can eat too many sausages in one day), and the free shower.