Apologies for the re-share, but some of you may be interested in this, but missed it the first time round.
The latest edition of my homescreen nosing series has now been published on my blog, featuring Josh Ginter from the excellent, The Newsprint blog.
Check it out!
Google Play has you covered!
Grab it now (if you're in the UK): http://goo.gl/UgZ6nL
One of my favourite iOS apps, Day One (http://dayoneapp.com) received a big update today, adding a Publish feature.
It turns out that sharing things via this looks a lot better than my own site.
Here is the Day One version: https://dayone.me/sCz1e
And here is my blogs version: http://andyni.co/2014/03/09/screened-josh-ginter/#more-491
Day one wins!
I would love the theme for it though :)
Over the last few months I've been looking for a nice, simple and fresh theme for my blog. I'm inspired by sites like 512pixels, Daring Fireball and The Newsprint, so have tried to take a very similar, minimal approach.
If you're interested, head over to http://andyni.co and take a look. Any feedback welcome.
Please ignore the footnotes for now, they've all broken with the change!
I have set this up with the full knowledge that no one will contribute, and, given my content, you shouldn't yet, but it looks like a fun alternative to putting ads on my blog etc.
So, why should you pledge any more to me? That's a good question, and one which I have no good answer to. There are far better uses for your money than me but, in the same vein, there are far worse as well. That latte you last purchased from Starbucks, for example, was probably extremely bad for you ... research has shown that more people have died from Starbucks* related injuries than have died from reading my blog. With this in mind, you could say that becoming a Patron of me instead of buying a Starbucks latte may just save your life.
The only 'reward' so far is, if I get a total of $10, I will do a podcast. Not sure how that's a reward for you, but I wasn't sure where to start ...
*This may or may not be true, please don't sue me Starbucks.
The way it is supposed to work is that someone offers to pay a certain amount for the current content you offer, so blog posts, and you then set goals which, when you hit, you do certain things.
So, in this case, if I achieved a total of $10 in a month (from any contributors combined, not just you) then the goal would be met and 'reward' would be the release of a podcast.
It's basically the Kickstarter model, I believe.
It's not all that clear, however! Hmm ...
It should be a great location, picking up commuters from the location stations, but you'll be lucky to even get in the door through the various aggressive homeless people. If you do manage to get in, you'll be pestered by said homeless people to get your 'free coffee' tokens so they can continue sitting in the restaurant, randomly shouting at passers by.
McDonald's are not know for their classy atmosphere, but this is something else. I feel sorry for the staff most of all, that have to deal with some real deviants.
One the plus side, the fact that it's so bad keeps me away from eating the food ...
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