Using iOS 12 Parental Controls for iPhone and iPad
The Thing About Life Lessons
If you have children old enough to press the home button on your device, you’ve probably already had to deal with the idea of screen time. Growing up, screen time meant limiting AOL instant messenger, which only lived on the large Compaq Presario desktop near the kitchen.
Today, managing screen time with kids is…a little more challenging. Typically the average household probably has multiple devices, including the parent’s phones, iPads, an iPod Touch here and there, the uncle’s old iPhone, and increasingly, the child’s own device.
For My Wife
The stories we now share in exasperation, about our job, our family, and our struggles, will one day be lessons we pass on to those who will listen. So don’t burn too many bridges, don’t get too angry, and don’t give up too early.
Why Every Business Needs To Think About Design
There once was a boy, traveled far from his home,
his dreams of true love still young and yet bold.
A search far and wide, failed attempts, too much haste,
but soon she appeared, all beauty and grace.
Through pursuit and persuasion he won her attention,
months later made clear his eager pretension.
Let’s be together forever, like others before,
we’ve accomplished one year, how hard could be more?
iPhone X: The Future Is Close
There’s a reason why you’re not using a Blackberry to check your email, or reading this post on your Palm Treo.
It’s the same reason why MySpace failed even though it was “first,” and why Google became a verb.
It’s why you won’t buy something from a shady looking website, and how you can tell a spam email from a real one.
The World Is Sick
Ten years. From its initial launch in 2007, we have seen ten major iterations of the iconic iPhone (not including the 5c and SE). This year, Apple has made a significant move to change how we think of the iPhone. I believe the simultaneous release of the familiar iPhone 8 and the new iPhone X is no coincidence. For many, getting a better phone without the learning curve and pain of slow-to-update apps for the iPhone X makes the 8 and 8 Plus the right choice for many iOS lovers.
Two nights ago, the deadliest shooting in United States history took place in Las Vegas. One man killed 59 people and injured 500 more. To call it a tragedy is an understatement.
For those grieving because they have lost a friend or family member, you are justified in feeling violated. Something was wrongfully taken, a human life. Yet even those of us who did not lose someone two nights ago, we have a powerful feeling deep inside:
Things ought not be this way.