It’s symbolic of a tenet that many Mac users hold dear: every detail should be carefully considered and aesthetically powerful, small or large. Practical? Perhaps not. But Windows applications (I still use them frequently for work and school) generally feel like a thousand tiny paper cuts, whereas the best Mac developers make every piece of their application smooth and pleasing.
Estimated reading time: 12 min
But, If there’s one thing I have learned, it’s that no one will become a writer by thinking about writing or by admiring their pens or by leafing through their empty notebook. We won’t become artists by seeing other people create and wishing we could do the same.
Estimated reading time: 2 min
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