Opportunity costs are the benefits lost when you pursue a particular course of action instead of a mutually exclusive alternative.
If you have been following my blog, you would have noticed the transition to a full-width theme design.
Impermanence is the way of life. Nothing lasts forever. Have no delusions about that. It might sound cliché to you but more often that not we tend to take things for granted.
I have started writing longhand daily. Thoughts flow with my ink. I think before I write the next word. I have no doubt that I write better when I write by hand.
What is the point of living? You probably have asked this question before. I have turned this question in my mind for years and several years ago, I found my meaning of life.
The latest blog post by Shawn Blanc reminded me of what it takes to be good at what you do: have good taste.
Many of us can be guilty of taking our eyesight for granted. I am no exception. That changed when I developed an eye infection about two years ago.
Authenticity, along with my recent muse on consistency and minimalism, has spurred me to post text-only entries.
WordPress.com has included Markdown support in its Jetpack plugin. You can easily migrate your existing Markdown data from the Markdown on Save plugin.
VSCO Cam is my favourite iPhone app for taking and editing photos. If I could only have one camera app on my phone, I would choose VSCO Cam in a heartbeat.
Markdown has changed the way I type. I have been reading about Markdown for the past few years but never really got down to using it extensively. That changed this year when I decided to integrate Markdown into my workflow.
If you have an iPad and have not played The Room, you have been missing out on the iPad Game of the Year in 2012.
Mailbox app is now my primary way of checking emails on my mobile. It has transformed the way I handle emails.
I have switched to a minimalistic theme for this blog. This change has been planned for a while and the switch was finally completed last week.
A review of what I have accomplished and experienced in the past year.
This is my fourth attempt at NaNoWriMo. I failed last year. I hope to win this year.
I bought my first camera in 2012, the Fujifilm X100. I was choosing between the X100 and Leica M6. I ended up choosing the former.
My experiences in 2011 has made me a wiser person. I’ve grown and learnt from many of life’s lessons. Welcome 2012 and new challenges.