The year is 2016, and the worlds biggest musical star is putting the finishing touches on their new album. Then, from down the hall, they hear their mother call for dinner. They quickly hit command-s to save their changes, close their laptop, and head off to eat. The entire album being produced on a $900 computer, without the need for any instruments or musical theory, that MacBook Air contains a gold mine.
With the Thanksgiving holiday just past us, we ran into a multitude of scheduling conflicts. Chase is in the middle of moving across the country, Andrew is traveling with his new wife, and Ian was finding it hard to work around a newborn schedule. Fortunately, there are tons of tools available now that allow for collaboration without needing to depend on others to be working at the same time.
The results of this experiment are weird. We probably won’t do it again.
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Ian just bought a MacBook on eBay, and now the seller has disappeared with his money. Chase just sold his car to a guy he met on Craigslist, but not after some shady meet-ups. These tools have been around for years, and regardless of how questionable they may be at times, people love them or people hate them. If only there were a more centralized place that held us all accountable for buying and selling things – like a store, but on the internet.
When we were kids, our parents sent us outside to go play and use our imagination, get dirty, and cause mischief. Now, thanks to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) focused “toys,” kids can build robots, program them to pick up their room, and do it all while learning to program a game. This leaves the guys at an impasse – is imaginative creativity, or structured “follow-the-rules” play better?