My notebook

I have always found note taking a challenge. I have so many notebooks that have been started with a handful of entries, and then not used again. They were misplaced, or never at hand when needed. Notebooks take up space, and then what do you do with them, how long do...

What is your email signature?

  I receive a my fair share of emails, and I have seen every type of email signature. Some are good, but many contain their own email junk. An email signature should provide a simple method to sign-off on an email message and some basic information. Anything else...

What’s on my iPhone – Part 3, The Folder Screen

Continuing and following my What’s on my iPhone series of articles (Part 1, The Home Screen & Part 2, The Secondary Screen), is my Folder screen. Most of my apps are organised into logical folders. These folders are typically named after the...

What’s on my iPhone – Part 2, The Secondary Screen

Following my previous blog article, What’s on my iPhone: Part 1 – The Home Screen, I have a secondary screen where regularly used apps reside. My apps always have a purpose and meet my own particular requirements (check out my How I select mobile apps...

What’s on my iPhone – Part 1, The Home Screen

I’m very particular with my apps and how I manage them on my devices. I have a method to how I manage and organise apps: The home screen contains my most used apps. Apps are somewhat organised by application type (e.g. social media apps are grouped together),...

How I select mobile apps

  I’m always looking out for new apps, and in order to filter out bad ones, I have some personal rules that I follow when selecting, downloading and buying them. My rules are based on my philosophy of simplicity, functionality, and usability. My app rules...