I can’t believe that I just reblogged the greatest living artist. Like an amateur.
David Lynch for Obama.
David Lynch endorses Obama in his own wonderful way.
Using Trebuchet MS.
It’s here: a zine version of our comprehensive geological analysis of lunar samples collected in 2007. “Moon Rock Report,” printed in color and hand-sewn, is available now at www.tomsachs.org/item/moon-rock-report.
Someone trashed a perfectly good vase that was broken to pieces. Then I sealed the cracks with precision and reinforced them using a papier-mâché method. It also houses about 48 ft. of usable extension cord that I installed, so the vase will now be practical in addition to being beautiful.
Oh, that joke.
What a clever title, right? I know. It’s a gas. Well, such titles will henceforth be used to amass a collection of related posts instead of trying to write a monolithic response to this question. I have been meaning to do this, so thank you, good buddy. I have also gone back and tagged a few older posts with how i phone because that’s how I roll. Naturally, many of them will also be tagged with how blank because, you know, that is ostensibly the meat of this blog. But you don’t have to take my word for it.
I do not care about sports. I am an atheist. I am not a woman. There are probably many fine iOS apps designed for sports fans, Christians, and women, bless their hearts, but you won’t find them covered here. Except for that one time. Look, I am merely introducing an explicit way of organizing this stuff.
Perhaps more substantial posts about iOS will supplement observations. I don’t know. I use an iPhone 4. I do not have an iPod touch nor an iPad. However, this content will largely be applicable to owners of those devices as well.
I have been using Mac computers since System 7. I used to work at an Apple Retail Store. Now I work at a professional photo lab. I also work at a furniture consignment store on the weekends and do freelance design work occasionally. Anyway, I know things. Just like you.
But this is about how I use my iPhone. There are many like it, but this one is mine. My iPhone is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. My iPhone, without me, is useless. Without my iPhone, I am useless. Sorry, that’s the Rifleman’s Creed. I thought that I had something interesting to say. Maybe next time.
And speaking of going through everything in the Settings app, developers should try Enabling and Using Web Inspector in Safari on iOS Devices. It may have been there before, but I only just discovered this feature in iOS 6. Using Web Inspector with a real device is better than using Simulator, which is part of Xcode. It’s kind of a tedious setup but good for doing finishing touches on mobile or “responsive” projects.
I just got an iphone, what apps, tips and tricks can you recommend?
It’s nuts, right? Just play around with all of the default apps first. If you haven’t already, go through everything in the Settings app. That may sound boring, but you’ll learn how many of the apps work. Also, some of them provide different features when rotated from portrait to landscape orientation. Calculator, for example, becomes scientific and Calendar shows the week view. You can go full screen with Safari in landscape too.
I’ll write more when I have time. If anyone has a specific question they’d like for me to address, just ask.