Remove the middle option to make clearer decisions
Tanagram is a project idea I've been exploring built around two fundamental hypotheses about modern software.
There seems to be an inverse correlation between how much I pay for an Apple product and how much I enjoy using it …
For many years, I dogmatically resisted using mind maps to take notes or organize my thoughts. I was always afraid I'd get "stuck" if I used pen and paper — that my map would end up too cramped (or too sparse, which seemed wasteful), and the software always seemed too expensive and a bit clunky.... Continue Reading →