Partial Scripting & You

While I was browsing Hacker News, I came across a blog post by Dan Slimmon explaining something he called “do-nothing scripting.” The premise of a “do-nothing script” is that it does nothing other than tell the user what to do at each step of a process. These types of scripts are great for helping communicate […]

My Three Note-Taking App Criteria – and Why Boostnote Meets Them All

Recently, my schedule has become quite busy, with various responsibilities competing for my time and focus. I find myself trying to hold onto as much context about these responsibilities as I can, but I can’t seem to remember all of the necessary information. After some careful reflection, I’ve found that I need to take more […]