2014 My favorite iPhone apps

1. Audible I need things to keep my brain active and off the subject of my life. 2. Pushover This goes mostly with IFTTT. I can set up alerts such as the Full Moon. When I get an email that is “Important” according to Gmail (be sure to teach Gmail what isn’t important). 3. iOS… Continue reading 2014 My favorite iPhone apps

Daily Journal: Isolation and depression

One of the major feelings of depressions is isolation. This makes things worse for me. I am isolated. I am 1150 miles from home. I am 1160 miles from my best friends. It would take me 20 hours of driving time to get there. That’s 0 stops and praying traffic is decent in the cities.… Continue reading Daily Journal: Isolation and depression

Daily Journal: Today’s steps with depression

I forgot about the combination of the WordPress app and the Siri on my iPhone. This may be easier to keep up with NaBloPoMo than I originally thought. I should’ve realized the depression was back because I hurt all over. My back and knees has been very painful lately. Even my shoulders and wrists are… Continue reading Daily Journal: Today’s steps with depression

From Feedly: With 100K Titles In Tow, Oyster Brings Netflix To Book Lovers With New All-You-Can-Read Subscription Service

While the pace has slowed of late, thanks to Kindles, Nooks, iPads and the steady advance of mobile technology, the eBook market (and the demand for all manners of digital content) has grown steadily over the past few years. According to the LA Times, the total revenue generated from eBook sales in the U.S. topped… Continue reading From Feedly: With 100K Titles In Tow, Oyster Brings Netflix To Book Lovers With New All-You-Can-Read Subscription Service

From Feedly: Hands on: Any.do’s Cal is a clever, sleek little calendar app

I’ve been experimenting with Any.Do so of course I had to try out their new calendaring app. Very clean looking, but the jury is still out on end fuctionality. When it comes to third-party calendar and to-do apps, the App Store is flush with possibilities. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement or… Continue reading From Feedly: Hands on: Any.do’s Cal is a clever, sleek little calendar app

Daily Journal: Watched a movie

So.. 4 times last week and twice so far this week. Tempest Keep hasn’t dropped a single pet. Starting to doubt I’ll see one. Wowhead is having issues so I can’t check other’s drop rates. I need to start hunting for an Unborn Val’kyr I’ve got a spare Undead stone to upgrade it once I… Continue reading Daily Journal: Watched a movie

ToDo List debate

  I realized I had 7 To Do apps on my phone. I decided needed to make the jump and cut that number as I need my to do lists mostly in 1 place or maybe just in 1 or two locations.  I like features of several of them however nothing has hit that sweet spot… Continue reading ToDo List debate

Beginning of the year 10 Favorite iPhone apps list

As my friends can tell you I have a lot of apps on my iPhone. I run a little late, but I try to do a yearly update of the apps I frequently use. 10. Tsheets – Goes with the web service at http://www.tsheets.com I have to track my own hours & complete paper time… Continue reading Beginning of the year 10 Favorite iPhone apps list