This week’s posts:
- The Atlantic suggested some podcasts for 2013. I did, too.
- My 2012 year in review. I’ve been doing these for three years now. They’re fun.
- Make old speakers AirPlay-compatible with Raspberry Pi and some inexpensive hardware.
- Minecraft gets citizens involved in urban planning.
- Do Not Disturb stopped turning itself on and off after January 1st. Apple acknowledged the issue and said it will be resolved on January 7th.
- Apple released a new TV ad for the iPhone 5, promoting Do Not Disturb.
- The iBookstore could launch in Japan this year.
- Apple was incorporated 36 years ago this week.
- Stay productive by breaking large projects into small, manageable tasks.
- The January issue of Read & Trust magazine is available, and the theme is craftsmanship. I contributed an article along with David Sparks, Chris Bowler, Randy Murray and Aaron Mahnke.
- The Ashton Kutcher Jobs biopic gets an April release date, and Kutcher looks a lot like Jobs.
- Stanley Kubrick’s letter to IBM regarding HAL.
- Use Apple’s VIP Mail on the iPhone.