reMarkable 2 and its unremarkable software: Substandard tools hobble excellent hardware

The reMarkable 2 is a nifty piece of engineering. It's about the size of a thin college (U.S.) notebook, responsive and feels as close to writing on paper as a tablet is likely to get. The tools, on the other hand, leave a lot to be desired. reMarkable 2 and cloud services The reMarkable 2 … Continue reading reMarkable 2 and its unremarkable software: Substandard tools hobble excellent hardware

Link-o-Rama: The ugly underneath Amazon Prime, time to ditch Chrome, analyzing music and more…

Using Chrome to buy on Amazon Prime? Maybe think twice. Want to automate your playlists? Try Bliss. Post examining what happens behind the scenes when buying from Amazon, and the anti-trust suit against Amazon accusing it of raising prices for consumers. Bliss music analyzer, an open source library to make audio playlists by evaluating distance … Continue reading Link-o-Rama: The ugly underneath Amazon Prime, time to ditch Chrome, analyzing music and more…

The reMarkable 2 needs reFinement: Writing, workflow and usability

I've been putting the reMarkable 2 through its paces since I got it a few days ago. In this post I'm going to jot down some thoughts about its overall usability whether it might replace my trusty paper notebooks. Spoiler alert: quite possibly! Making marks on the reMarkable 2 First consideration: How's the writing experience? … Continue reading The reMarkable 2 needs reFinement: Writing, workflow and usability