sábado, 1 de setembro de 2012


I know for myself that now that I'm confined to a desktop operating system that's self-sufficient — a network of one —I'm much more productive, at least the definition of "productive" that involves "producing" things. Instead of Safari being my number one app, I'm spending most of my time in Logic, Audacity, Byword, and Notational Velocity. Because, outside of my music collection, there's nothing to passively consume on my computer; it's a content-creation machine. I know the consumption vs. creation argument gets thrown around a lot in the tablet vs. laptop comparison, but desktop vs. web is no contest.

Algumas conclusões do Paul Miller (os grifos são meus), durante sua experiência de ficar um ano longe da internet. Um dia eu chego lá.