I have tried many services to send long form articles to my Kindle and none of them have worked as I would want them to. The official Amazon Send to Kindle service is hit and miss at best, Instapaper requires… Read More ›


Over the holidays, my friend Craig Hockenberry started working on a small Mac app with a small name: Tot. The basic idea: Tot has one window containing seven and only seven scratchpads for collecting text. Tot is most certainly not… Read More ›

Removing Plague Inc.

It’s not clear to us if this removal is linked to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that China is facing. However, Plague Inc.’s educational importance has been repeatedly recognised by organisations like the CDC and we are currently working with major… Read More ›

App subscription fatigue

Unfortunately, that seems to no longer be a sustainable business model, much to my disdain. From the user’s view, paying once for an app and getting free updates for life (or at least a few years), is the ideal situation…. Read More ›

2048 Balls 3D

I don’t mention games often, but I saw my wife playing 2048 Balls 3D and it seemed interesting. You need to pay £2.99 to remove the ads, they are persistent to say the least, but it ends up being a… Read More ›

It ends!

I guess that many of us thought that Desert Golfing would never end, but this tweet proves otherwise. I realise that there is a scary Chinese virus spreading around the world and that Trump is set on destroying the world… Read More ›


Studies over the past few decades have shown that humans have a remarkable ability to remember images and space. By presenting notes as objects on a 2-d plane, Nototo allows users to build a unified mental map, or memory palace,… Read More ›

Beautiful News

A collection of good news, positive trends, uplifting statistics and facts — all beautifully visualized by Information is Beautiful. We’ll be releasing a chart every day for a year to move our attention beyond dramatic news headlines to the slow… Read More ›