2017. Forward. Resolutions?
Stop changing the tech I own but how I use the tech I own
In 2016 I went through two laptops, at least three phones, and two wearable devices, all in the name of trying to increase my productivity. The odd thing was, deleting every social media account but twitter is what had the largest affect on my output. Improving how I use my gadgets is what I want, since changing the gadgets themselves has proved to be a largely fruitless and expensive procedure.
Tech is just a tool, the more expensive tool you buy does not change the way said tool is used. I can say that iA writer has made me a better writer, that isn’t true. It’s only made me feel like a better writer. That feeling is just a luxury past a certain point. I can say the Apple Watch made me more prone to exercise than the Microsoft Band I had, when in actuality it’s just a more fashionable version of the same device.
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