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I’ve switched up several things in my daily workstream. Like using Bear as my primary note and blogging app. I’m focusing on DayOne as my journalling app, but it also works really well for stream of consciousness writing. Trello is becoming my goto task tracker as it just works better for my work style. I’ve also switched over to Apple Podcasts from Overcast. Life is much simpler in the ecosystem.

Reading/Listening notes for the last few weeks:

Welcome to Management: How to Grow From Top Performer to Excellent Leader (Ryan Hawk)

1/4 through and great
Los of nugget from show guests

How to use Siri Shortcuts with Bear – FAQ & Support – Bear App – Converting my shortcut for capturing my reading from a text file to Bear notes.
Merill Fernando • 🇦🇺 • 🇱🇰 on Twitter: “Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) coming natively to a Windows device near you. What about Azure AD Joined devices you ask? 👇 https://t.co/CqcHLwNTjJ” / Twitter – Looks like LAPS will be native in Win11. Why did this take so long?
Apple introduces new professional training to support growing IT workforce – Apple – I wasn’t aware there was a cert or training program for Apple. Thanks to the IT Brew for this link.
MacAdmins.org – Slack group dedicated to helping other Mac admins.
Risky Biz Soap Box: HD Moore on taking Rumble to the cloud – Risky Business – Good interview with Rumble’s creator. I’ve been interested in this for a long time and would love to check it out more.
PodcastOne: 690: Jane McGonigal – How to See the Future and Be Ready for Anything – Looking at crazy future risk scenarios to build your resiliency.
Editing and formatting entries in Day One for iOS – Your Journal for Life – Day One – Use for developing my second brain process in day one
Markdown Guide – Your Journal for Life – Day One – Why am I using DayOne? Markdown support, privacy, tags, etc
The Apple II Documentation Project (Hacker News link) – A trip in the way back machine!
What you should ask a potential employer – Lobsters – Potential employer questions from a developer POV.

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