Ken Wilson
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OP-Z

We all need hobbies. Mine's music. I especially appreciate non-traditional and quirky instruments. Years ago, it lead me to a creative company called Teenage Engineering. They make some really fun...

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Apple Watch through the day

Knowing myself, it’s no surprise I really loved wearing an Apple Watch. I prefer a balance of consistency and options (in just about everything). I haven’t settled on a single watch face, so I...

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# Disciples

# Disciples |Name|Next Step|Last Encouraged| |---- |---- |---- | |John Hardy| | | |Andrew Sentell| | | |Mason Massey| | | |Alex Nestor| | | |Thomas Cottrell| | | |Gardner| go to Fuse| | |Rainey|...

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Home screen comparison (2013 to 2018)

Found this screenshot of my home screen from 2013 and I thought it would be fun to compare it to my screen from today to see what’s changed over 5 years. Though my 2018 screen has folders...

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A New Workflow

I’ve been rooted in the same basic information workflow for quite some time. While I like a refined, tried-and-true system, I get itchy for something new. My mainstay has been Evernote + Paper by...

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May 2018 home screen shakeup

I had some time today and decided to rearrange my homescreen again to maximize its effectiveness. Here’s where I landed: I used MakeOvr.com/m/ to create something that puts the right functions in...

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May 2018 home screen

The May 2018 home screen contains a few new apps and a lot of classic oldies that just keep getting the jump done. A few highlights:YNAB – Personal budget tool, right at my fingertips for logging...

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Home screen status – Fall 2017

This is the status of the home screen, just days before the release of iOS 11. Most apps are unchanged. I've landed on a solid toolkit to get things done and maximize productivity. I still like...

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Seasons -

One of the heaviest acoustic songs ever, and one of my absolute favorite is Chris Cornell's "Seasons." I first heard it on the soundtrack to Singles, an early 90s movie set in grunge-era Seattle,...

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Don't teach boring!

I highly recommend that you insert some sort of activity or interaction every ten minutes to keep your classes more interesting. Struggling for ideas on what to insert? Try asking people the...

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