Recently picked up a 27″ iMac — the midrange model with 1TB Fusion drive (a hybrid hdd/ssd drive) and 8GB of memory. It became immediately clear that 8GB simply isn’t enough, so I hopped on Amazon and ordered this for about $100:
27″ iMac’s have 4 user-accessible memory slots behind a door on the back of the machine.
By adding the two 8GB DIMMs I bought to the two existing 4GB DIMMs I tripled the memory for a hundred bucks. Not bad!
Discovered these books at the University of California Irvine bookstore a few weeks ago. We were there buying workbooks for my husband’s physics classes and saw these books in the same aisle. I’m beginning with the Lean Startup. I love these sorts of books because I feel inspired and it gives me great ideas. It makes you realize that for many successful people, things didn’t come easy for them and that life was full of failures for themselves too. That these are all valuable lessons that shape us, into hopefully, better or stronger versions of ourselves. Being on a college campus made me feel young again and also old too at the same time. They looked like kids, just like we must’ve been too in college. At the time though, I thought I was so grown up, but looking back now, I didn’t know anything and I still don’t know what I’m doing. We were the only parents walking around there though with gray hair, rolling around their kid in a stroller. Anyway, I would love to take this class at UC Irvine one of these days.
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future
The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup (The Kauffman Foundation Series on Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses
Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen
Super Mario Run (still kind of young to figure out the jumps)
Subway Surfer (same issue as above)
Does anyone else know of any other good ones please? Gonna make this an ongoing list.