I’ve had an uneasy relationship with my mobile phones. It’s another thing to lug around. To lose, to damage, to have the batteries go flat, to have stolen, to impress [nobody] with, to… to…
Over the last few months I finally decided I needed to get some apps and see how they, and my phone, can improve my life.
Kind of still waiting for the call. The issue is I need glasses for reading unless the light is good and the type is a reasonable size. As a practical example I can’t read the ingredients on packages in the supermarket without my glasses. Sometimes I even need my magnifying lenses to read those microscopic fonts.
So an app that requires me to read with glasses is not an app.
The battery on my phone dies at inconvenient moments.
I need an app that works without batteries.
Connection to the web is not always possible. Clouds are just one step away from vapor.
And then suddenly I realised the killer app I’d been looking for had been right in front of me all the time.
I’d been looking for app, I should’ve been looking for tappe.
32. Every day have a laugh.
40. Every day give things a chance to work out.
48. Every day there are things you can’t change. You can change the way you think about them and deal with them.