The Three. Le Trois. El Tres


Happy Tuesday!

Here are the three articles that caught my eye!

I love you all!



P.S. Seize the day. Make it count.


1) What’s better than Google?

Librarians are your friends.

They do a better job at finding the right information than a Google search.

Plus, there’s no way technology or a robot can replace them (the article applies to all librarians):

The Increasingly Essential Role Of The Law Librarian

2) Never underestimate Apple

My favorite fruit? Apples. Who can resist the crunchy sound the minute you bite into it?

It’s the same from a technology POV. Who else makes tech easy to use? And is a status symbol (there’s a reason why you see so many students at a college and university using Apple)?

And I will write this until I’m blue in the face – everyone underestimates Apple (it’s expensive. The technology is bad. Android is easier….blah, blah).

My counterpoint?

A) the Apple ecosystem is the best because everything is tied into one

B) if you’re creating an app, put it on the App Store first (not only will you make more $$ as a developer, but you don’t have to customize it if an Apple user is using an outdated operating system cause when it gets opened, it’s same) and

C) it takes the long term view. Not the short one. Here’s your proof:

How Apple Is Preparing For Its ‘Netflix Moment’ (notice how Apple is learning very fast how to buy/create the shows it needs for their AppleTV product?; that’s technology’s impact on the entertainment world)

3) Genealogy

Do you want something to do during this pandemic (or post-pandemic)? Have you thought of becoming your family’s genealogist (the article is behind a paywall but the headline says it all):

In Covid Lockdown, the Family Historian Has a Captive Audience


Stay at home workout

This article? About emotional eating and weight loss:

Emotional Eating, Sustainable Motivation, and Owning Your Fat Loss Goal (Interview with Josh Hillis)

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