I haven't found a digital planner that can properly deal with how often I hop timezones. Sometimes you just have to stick to paper. Most planners are so big that I don't want to take them with me, so I'm very happy I found this stick planner in Japan!
Finally I have a planner that I'll actually toss in my travel bag!
Two things that have made getting around #Tokyo extremely easy:
1. Using the eSIM in my iPhone XS to activate a data plan on my phone without having to deal with finding a retail store to buy a real SIM card. Also was surprisingly affordable. 2. Buying a Suica card and transferring it to my iPhone Wallet. The Suica card is used for getting on trains and subways, but also you can pay at vending machines and many retail stores as well! Once you have the card transferred you can top it up via Apple Pay! That means you can get around almost entirely without cash as a tourist!
#protip If you're screen sharing your slides on Zoom, and you want to see your presenter view but don't have an HDMI screen, you can use @duetdisplay and an iPad as a second screen and then share that screen on Zoom! #devrel
San Francisco, California
Pretty pleased I managed to have this entire conversation with @lsanger on Twitter using only my own website and tools! Never had to visit Twitter or use any Twitter apps! Our #indieweb tools have come a long way! #ownyourdata
Wow, they're cancelling all the SEA->PDX evening flights due to the snow, and I just happened to impulsively change to an earlier flight when I was going to bed last night, so it looks like I'm gonna escape this just in time. #travel