Caffiend : Year One

Caffiend : Year One

So while today obviously belongs to HBO (Game of Thrones, Silicon Valley premieres anyone?) I couldn’t help but write a quick thank you to everyone who has been involved in Caffiend over the past 365 days. One year ago today, day and date with the Apple Watch release, we released our little caffeine tracker into…

Starbucks

Coffee Crisis

This past two weeks have been traumatic to my morning routine, but it gave me a chance to test out Starbucks online ordering. So the short version is the Starbucks I stop by every morning – MY Starbucks – is temporarily closed for remodeling. The first day I thought nothing of it. I continued on…

Hello Beautiful

As anyone with electricity knows, Tesla unveiled the long awaited Model 3 this week. Even though you can argue that infrastructure isn’t in place, or range is limited, cost too high, etc., Tesla has done a wonderful job at hitting each of these points head-on. Superchargers and charging locations are rapidly expanding. Tesla has designed…

Safari Technology Preview

Meet Safari Technology Preview

Apple this week unveiled what it is calling Safari Technology Preview, which is a middle ground between public releases of the web browser and Webkit Nightly builds for developers. Apple describes the preview browser by saying : Safari Technology Preview gives you an early look at upcoming web technologies in OS X and iOS including…

Adobe XD CC Screen

Thoughts on Adobe XD

As promised, Adobe has unleashed a preview of Project Comet, henceforth known as Adobe Experience Design (XD) CC. For now, the preview is OS X only, but a Windows 10 release is scheduled for the end of 2016. It’s easy to like what you see – Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign can all be used for…

Adobe MAX 2015

Adobe MAX 2015 Round-Up

Apple has already shown off their new toys. Google was quick to follow. Microsoft went next. Now it’s Adobe’s turn, as Adobe MAX 2015  kicked off this week and brought with it a slew of product announcements and updates. Adam at FStoppers has written a much more detailed look into Adobe’s announcements, which is well worth…