Every time I join a team as a freelancer I check a couple of things during my initial code review. Some are quite common, like:
A couple of years ago I was lucky to be in the first round of the Prototype Fund and was able to build SignDict. A German sign language dictionary that now has around 88,500 unique visitors a month and is one of the leading sign dictionaries in Germany.
If you have a website with a lot of text on it, you might discover that iOS and Internet Explorer will sometimes add links when they think they discovered a phone number.
I really love my Kobo eReader. Cheaper than Amazon, I can put epubs on it and buy ebook at every store that is not called “Amazon”. Most ebooks are just watermarked and don’t have any DRM attached to them ♡. You can even lend epubs from your local library using awesome services like OverDrive.
My wife is currently opening a coworking space for parents called little village and because of that, I investigated the topic a lot in the last couple of months.
In the last post I promised that I will explain how I use OmniFocus. Hopefully you get some interesting new ideas after reading this.
Over the last decade I started to organize my life a lot. My goal was to never forget important dates and have an overview about what is happening and what I should do next. I am not perfect at it, and living with a 2-year-old kid definitely made me more unreliable than before, but I am trying every day to be better at it.
This month my little one has her second birthday. A lot has happened in those two years. Sadly I didn’t know enough fathers that shared my values how to raise a kid. Fathers that are active, know important concepts like mental load and want to share the workload and time with the kid evenly between all people who are involved in raising the kid.