There’s a distinct difference between waking up and getting up. While a strategy may work for one or the other, finding a strategy that works for both is more challenging.
In December I wrote about iOS Back Button Confusion, outlining how having multiple back buttons on the same screen in iOS creates user mistakes or slowdowns as they determine which button they should use. I recently noticed the same issue with my RSS reader of choice, NetNewsWire (which is an outstanding app for reading RSS feeds on the desktop).
Being a university student, I have taken a lot of notes for my courses. I have not, however, been able to find a method for taking notes that satisfies my desire to use my computer as much as possible, while giving me the flexibility and speed I need when taking notes.
Fraser Speirs posted a very necessary explanation about how iOS background applications work in an attempt to stop incorrect information from being spread. While I agree in principle, I disagree in practice.