@JohnPhilpin It depends on the task and the apps you intend to link. They both have strengths and weaknesses. I would recommend going through the process of setting up both so you can compare and see which one has the preferable workflow and options for you. Then you can fully activate the one that works for you.
@RossA My daughter choked on everything when she was little. I got real good at fishing things out. When they're little you can usually just stick a finger in there and get whatever it is. She's an adult now and has that whole chew before you swallow thing all figured out.
@macgenie Mac even let me have the rare full night of sleep last night, too. It's not the first time the deer family has been out near by where I park in the back, but it's the first time I've managed to get a halfway decent picture of all of them.
@danielpunkass Better living through chemistry. They used to call those types of medications "Mommy's little helper". Mine definitely makes it easier to be patient when my son is having a difficult day and I would otherwise have a meltdown right along with him.
@hollyhoneychurch As someone who was bullied her entire compulsory education years including preschool, and also as a mother who has raised one through graduation, I can argue that even preschoolers and kindergarteners can and will be hostile and judgmental.
@matthewlang To me, it's not a problem of CTAs, it's the existence of threads to begin with. Twitter isn't a long form platform. If you have more than 280 to say, put it on your blog and tweet the link.
@Miraz I think Apple is counting on people being willing to pay to not have to bother leaving the ecosystem.
2TB on Dropbox is $11.99/mo or $120/yr
2TB on GoogleOne is $9.99/mo or $99.99/yr
1TB on Microsoft OneDrive Personal is $6.99/mo or $69.99/yr
@RossA Many fast-food chains are reducing their menus in order to cut costs and consolidate supply chains. As a consumer I'm sure it's frustrating, but if you look at it from a business perspective you can see the monetary wisdom.