Maybe it’s calling someone in 15 minutes. Or sending an update in a few hours. Or making it to the post office before they close. Those small time sensitive things that just don’t work well in something OmniFocus. Before I never forgot to do these things, but I often did them much later than I would promise.
I call them my short-term memory tasks and they are amazingly well suited to Due. There’s one simple reason for this: Due doesn’t ever let me forget. As long as I don’t cheat (by telling Due I did something when I did not do it), Due will pester me until I do what I said I wanted to do.
Spendee offers a way for you to not only track your finances, but show you your habits so that you can make smart monetary decisions.
The pledge calls on participating companies to eliminate just shy of 6 billion tons of carbon pollution through 2030. Other companies involved include Alcoa, Bank of America, Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Cargill, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Google, Microsoft, PepsiCo, UPS, and Walmart.
To prove an antitrust violation, the FTC would first need to demonstrate that Apple has monopoly power. But Android is a ready competitor to iOS, and—as Spotify’s email to subscribers make clear—users can get the service for less by not going through Apple’s App Store. “The question,” says University of Baltimore law professor Robert Lande, “is what happens to Apple’s share of the music streaming market” in the coming months or years.
Apple Music had a lot of promise. The idea of integrating the music you own with the music you rent is excellent. Unfortunately, it just doesn’t work.
Behind much of podcasting’s growth, though, is the embrace of ads in which hosts gush over products or even do reporting for advertising spots. That has led to a clash between those coming from public radio and those with a commercial radio background, with some expressing concern that journalists, who rely on trust, are using their position of confidence to push products.
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