Sharing Sofa (Morning Coffee: October 24th, 2022)
Good Morning. I’m Writing You From a Private Office Above the Coffee Shop. a New Inspiring Place to Think and Create. Keeping It Simple This Week. Writing About Some Custom Screens and Some Collections I’ve Built This Past Year. Let’s Begin.
Dark Hue gives me the gradient trimming around my wallpaper on the iPhone. Makes the home screen look like it’s glowing.
Mercury is my new favorite weather app. I like that it’s widgets shows only four hours. Has a cleaner look.
I’ve been building collections in Sofa for awhile now. Making lists of different types of content, connecting dots, and organizing thoughts. Now, Sofa has the ability to share those lists with others. Here’s just a few of them.
Install Sofa, then click one of these list to add it to your collection:
See You Next Week!
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11,000 career assists for CP3 🔥 pic.twitter.com/TeDYzg5Wwi— NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) October 24, 2022
Why aren't cozy book nooks standard in all homes? pic.twitter.com/rFnLwNBVBw— Into The Forest Dark (@ElliottBlackwe3) October 22, 2022
Studio is really starting to feel like it’s mine pic.twitter.com/DsD0VU6aqI— Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) October 20, 2022
What happens when you ask an AI to generate "Human Evolution."— Countere Magazine (@CountereCulture) October 18, 2022
This is terrifying. pic.twitter.com/pmXneYQA9g
Books want to be things and newsletters want to be things and blogs want to be things, etc.— Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) October 18, 2022
Rarely do they want to be the same thing
If you’re going to move between them, there has to be some adaptation, the way a novel has to change to be a movie
My experience as an artist has taught me that the material you make things with has a bias, a direction it wants to go in, and I feel the same way about tech — one reason why I’ve lean into the letteryness of newsletters— Austin Kleon (@austinkleon) October 18, 2022