It's eerie that the writer of this post basically had the same iPhone 6 Plus experience as me; approaching it with reservation and ultimately falling in love with the size. I thought I'd hate the iPhone 6 Plus and after using a review unit for a few months, I can't go back.
"The smartphone as we know it (i.e. the iPhone and its followers) is only seven years old — and already it has seen dramatic changes in form. There’s nothing that indicates that we’ve frozen the form factor."
A great look at an industry I didn't know anything about; this piece was enlightening into something that we ultimately all have to face but mostly avoid.
Why does Google+ matter? Because "the future of digital identity should not be determined by one company (Facebook)."
An incredible post by Paul Graham of YCombinator on how to do what you love, which inspired me this week.
"How much are you supposed to like what you do? Unless you know that, you don't know when to stop searching. And if, like most people, you underestimate it, you'll tend to stop searching too early. You'll end up doing something chosen for you by your parents, or the desire to make money, or prestige—or sheer inertia."
Ever had to come up with a number to charge someone for a project and struggled, then ultimately ended up charging far too low? Here's a great piece on how to convince yourself to charge more. Value yourself.