Scheduling Should Be Easier As some of you know, I’ve been writing an ongoing series about startups for Envato Tuts+ about a new scheduling service. Meeting Planner is now in its preview release. My goal is to make scheduling a meeting or social get togethers fast, easy and simple as it should be. I very much Read More
Author: Jeff Reifman
Traveling in the Northwest by Amtrak was relaxing and beautiful. There were almost no lines and they seemed to know I was carrying a real laptop and had purchased my water at the train station. After having been felt up before a recent flight, I was inspired by Amtrak’s common sense, light touch transformation of modern security to Read More
Donald Trump is a liar, a conman, a narcissist, a likely tax evader and a hypocritical, racist misogynist. Yet, any further effort to demonstrate this to voters is wasted energy. For most Americans, our quality of life is declining, the cost of living is increasing and we live on a narrowing financial precipice. Wealth inequality Read More
I was touched by Adelaide McAllister’s comment on How Success is Ruining Seattle: I lived in Seattle my entire life. I was forced to move due to the cost of living doubling in that last few years. I am sickened by it. I hate Seattle and will never go back. I have resentment towards any Read More
Pretty funny (and a bit horrifying) to see Donald Trump’s internet team paying for ad placements on my lefty blog, but whatever. As long as he loses.
It’s one thing to deliver an incredible product year after year managing global supply and demand, it’s another thing to stupidly mislead customers on your product launch website for a week. Apple’s iPhone Upgrade website instructs T-Mobile customers to enroll by visiting an Apple Store. At the store I went to, I was told by Read More
I had fun walking all seven miles of the Southeast Sunday Parkways in Portland today. You can see all of the images I took: Southeast Sunday Parkways – Portland, Oregon. Here are three of my favorite: