This past month has been a major whirlwind. Five weeks ago, I was laid off from my web design job, due to shortage of work. While working for a friend and learning how to do stucco, my parent's called and said they had an urgent thing to discuss.
"We want to send your family on a missions trip to Africa."
My brother asked for a list of good iOS apps, since he was going to get an iPhone. So, Tyson, here's a few:
- Pocket is a great way to save things for reading later, even if offline.
- Overcast is the new podcast app on the block, and it's my favourite.
- YouVersion's Bible app is one of the most popular, and a great choice.
Friends who've asked me what cold-brew is, how to make it, or if it's easy: this is for you.
I first learned about cold-brewed coffee from author Cory Doctorow's book, Homeland. Simply put, it's coffee that is made the same way one makes cold-brewed iced tea (by leaving the leaves in cold water for a long period of time, rather than in hot water for a short period of time). As Cory puts it, it's "cheap, easy, no-mess", and "the best cup of coffee you're likely to drink this summer".