Aaron Sorkin

What’s On Your iPad, September 2013?

While plenty of planes have in-flight entertainment systems, I’m always happy to bring my own (my iPad) with me.  It’s gotten to the point where I don’t really remember what I did before I had an iPad.  Work tasks are easier and they serve as a great entertainment device.  I always wonder what other people have on their iPads, so here’s another edition of “What’s On Your iPad?”.  I’ll start with a few new things I’m using: First, fun apps! Asphalt 8 (link):  If you’re into driving games on your […]

The Things That Shape Us

It’s just television, right?  Fictional television at that.  An escape from all the tasks we have to accomplish. I’ve written recently how much I’m enjoying Aaron Sorkin’s new show Newsroom.  This isn’t specifically about the show, but more about how things that are meant to distract and entertain can sometimes evoke powerful thoughts. I’m running behind, but I just finished watching an episode entitled 5/1.  The premise of the story was the network reporting on the death of Osama Bin Laden.  The show told the story in a few ways […]