The Week In Links

This week’s edition highlights just four things I think are worth looking at. The first is something I’ve never really thought about, but on reflection and with my interest in typography, should’ve been high up on the list. Following that is a valuable resource for anyone with an interest in in typography, an insightful look into a cycle for generating meaningful content before ending with an imaginative glimpse into what impact the Apple Watch could have on people’s lives. Enjoy your Sunday evening reading.

The Week in Links

Having missed the last couple of weeks due to being away and then ill this weeks Week in Links has a few more than normal. There’s no real theme to this weeks, other than a continuation to some of the ongoing themes in this weekly post. Anyway, enjoy your Sunday evening with a glass of wine and have a read.

NeuBible. A Bible app designed for you ›

This post is a bit of a rarity, it’s the first link post I’ve posted since the reboot of this blog and I think it’s a fitting one.

I’m a big fan of my bible being a paper one, it’s great to be cut off and focused from the world while I’m reading it. I do however, like the utility of having the Bible on my phone and this new app called NeuBible looks absolutely stunning. It doesn’t yet include my preferred translation (ESV for those interested) but I will be certainly giving it a try. If you’ve never read the bible, this seems like a beautiful place to start.

The Week In Links

I only have four links to share with you this week, they’re all loosely connected and perhaps show you a bit of an insight into my thinking at the moment.

Journaling and my daily schedule are something which I seem to be considering a lot at the moment. Journaling is something which I’ve long had a fascination with and have dabbled and used as a tool at various points in my life. At the moment, I’ve been doing a spot of journaling, but not with any consistency and it’s something I’ve been thinking about a lot. Consequently it was with great interest that I read Joshua Ginter’s post on his approach to his diary/journal and I may begin to adopt some of his practises, I already have a Baron Fig Apprentice in my back pocket that I use as a scratch pad.

My Homescreen: March 2015

The first of March presents a few changes to my homescreens over the last month, but the overall majority seems to have remained the same.

iPhone

March 2015

Dock

The Rest

New

Overcast – Having said at the start of last month that I was happy with Instacast, I’ve gone through a bit of a podcast splurge. I’ve found myself listening to more podcasts while I work and while going for a walk, consequently I found myself wanting a means of listening to them from my Mac and Overcasts web player has provided that. I’ve also realised I prefer the icon over Instacast.

HSBC – This app has been on my phone for a while, but a recent update has made it more capable and it is steadily becoming my primary means of personal banking, hence it’s new spot on my iPhone.

Rightmove – This one will only be here for the next month at the most, looking for a new flat to rent has meant the app has received a lot of use and it warranted a spot here because of it.

iPad

iPad March 2015

Dock

The Rest

New