How safe is your business from your spending habits?

The new iPhone launched last week and like many of you I’m excited to get it. I’m still on an iPhone 4 (stupid 3 year contracts in Canada) which is a bit slow and getting long in the tooth. I really notice the speed when I have to do something on my wife’s 4s. Despite […]

Push, a Productivity Killer

As a person that runs my own business that has one employee (me) I’ve become painfully aware of the fact that I only earn money when I’m actually working, I trade my time for pay. I don’t have any viable means of earning residual income, it’s just a straight up trade. With that fact sitting […]

EasyTask Review: If Only

Recently I reviewed The Hit List and while it is a great application I found a number of areas that gave me pause in using it long term. Since then I’ve been using EasyTask which appealed because of it’s cross-platform nature and the offsite sync, not to mention the price which includes versions for both […]

Power Breeds Complexity

Yeah this is kind of an iPhone/iPod 3.0 software post. Sorry if you’re tired of it. We’re not doing a round up of cool features or anything like that so read on. My experience with my iPod 3.0 update was less than satisfactory. 3 hours 2 reboots 1 complete restore and I was up to […]

Becoming an iPhone Developer

Although I have been an Apple developer for a while I haven’t done anything as far as learning how to code for OSX and I am not an iPhone Developer. Becoming an iPhone developer is actually an easy process. Just sign into your ADC account a sign up. There are 3 options for membership when […]

Side Projects Keep you Smart

Most creatives work on side projects. Side projects keep us fresh they force us to learn new concepts or programming languages that just makes us better at our normal work. It can also open up new opportunities in our careers. Currently I have two new side projects. First I have been a registered Apple developer […]