I’m not going to waste your time. These are 21 tips and tricks for the Medium editor. Most of these are rarely ever discussed and I can almost guarantee that you’ll learn a few new tricks. You may want to bookmark this article for the future so you can always use these tricks.
Let’s jump in!
A lot of people add links by highlighting the text, selecting the link button, and pasting in the link. Some more savvy writers might use
⌘+k to save time.
But did you know there’s an even easier way? Just select the text and paste the link over it. The editor will automatically notice that it’s a link and create a link instead of replacing the text! …
We all know that the new M1 Macs have taken the tech world by storm. With Apple having full verticle control over their laptops, optimization has been mind-blowing and both CPU performance and battery life are next levels. However, many tech reviewers weren’t completely satisfied. While the internal performance was amazing, the computers were still stuck inside the mediocre shell.
But that might all change with the 2021 MacBook Pros.
Rumors from two of the world’s most respected leakers have told us to expect great things from the 2021 MacBook Pro expected to be released this spring at WWDC. The reports come from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman who’s about 90% accurate and Ming-Chi Kuo who’s about 80% accurate. Ming-Chi Kuo also has a great track record in regards to Macs. …
While this article contains affiliate links, everything stated in this article is my genuine opinion.
With Bitcoin’s recent bull run and all the accompanying hype around it, many investors are looking into buying Bitcoin or Etherium. But many find the concepts and technology backing Bitcoin to be quite confusing. Stories of Bitcoin hacks and no FDIC insurance scares away many potential investors who don’t have time to worry over their money at this level. Is the potential growth worth the potential risk of losing everything to an internet scammer?
Since its conception in 2013, the young stock brokerage has risen in popularity for its simple-to-use app and zero trading commissions. And in 2018, Robinhood added the ability to trade a few of the top cryptocurrencies. …
It’s no secret that dividend stocks are amazing. While they don’t make the maximum possible profits, they are reliable and require no additional effort. The companies just simply reward you for owning their stock. It’s amazing.
Even better, many companies are just paying out their dividends at the time this comes out. That means their prices will be dipping since many investors sell after the dividend was paid out. It’s a great time to go dividend stock shopping and pick up some more to beef up the portfolio.
As always, do your own research before buying stocks in this article. This is not direct investment advice. Just a list of stocks to consider researching. …
Crypto is exploding. And for good reason. The technology that it’s built on is going to revolutionize the world as a whole (article on that coming soon). So you probably are wondering how you can get your slice of the blockchain pie.
There’s a bunch of different ways to get into the crypto game and buy Bitcoin, Etherium, and other altcoins. This guide will break down which service is the best for you. You can also skip down to where I go over my personal setup.
Note this article does contain affiliate links. These links often get you better rewards for signing up and give me a bonus as well. …
Like it or not, Apple is defiantly exploring its options in creating a foldable iPhone. According to Economic Daily News, two different models of foldable iPhones have been tested and approved concerning “excessive folding”. Normally, a report from Economic Daily News wouldn’t be very helpful, given their track record of 36% accuracy. The report however isn’t alone. Jon Prosser has leaked word of prototypes that use separate displays and fabric hinges.
Newsletter #2: 12/25/20
Welcome back! I’m surprised you didn’t unsubscribe after that first newsletter but I won’t judge. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Apple is releasing changes in the next version of iOS that would require users to opt in to being tracked by apps like Facebook. Facebook is, understandably, not happy about the move. They tried to play the small businesses card in that the less targetted ads would hurt small businesses (and them of course). Apple responded that they’re standing up for the consumer. It’s not looking good for Facebook.
I mean seriously, an article about turning your calculator app sideways? And the sad part is that the article actually gets kinda in-depth, pointing out shortcomings of the “secret scientific mode”…
For starters, there’s no ticker tape feature, which lets you see all the operations you’ve just done, which is useful when you need to see if you’ve already added a value or not. It also makes some essential functions like parentheses — which I use in almost every math equation I do — hard to access.
It then starts suggesting alternative calculator apps. …
The latest AirPods Max seems to be more repairable than expected from Apple. Tech YouTuber Snazzy Labs broke down the headphones in an unlisted video. He goes over getting in and where some parts are located.
Interestingly, it seems that both H1 chips are housed in the left ear cup (presumably because of space). The right ear cup is a little bit more cluttered with the battery.
The video also breaks down the different sensors in the cups and how the signal is transferred through the headband to the other ear cup. It’s a very interesting video and worth watching.
Newsletter #1: 12/18/20
Welcome to the first-ever Night Shift newsletter! In case you’ve been living under a rock, Apple released some new headphones called the AirPods Max. And they’re $550. So yeah…
Apple has had a big fall/winter season. And the last couple of weeks have been no different.
Most notably, Apple released their new headphones, the AirPods Max, for $550. The internet seems to have come to a consensus on the fact that the new headphones are overpriced and not worth the money. But others (including me) say Apple might not be as dumb as you think.