So the good news is that the nurses are really attached to their phones. And like to buy accessories for them — I saw cell phone covers in every color and with all sorts of decorations. (I also saw handbags and shoes in a variety of colors and styles such as I had never seen before. I clearly do not get out often enough.) The bad news for casual networking is that the phones allow them to stay inside their own bubbles more.
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We’ve had a long, tiring, but remarkable, couple of weeks in our corner of the microISV universe. I feel as if I am buried in ToDo lists, beginning with that perpetual task: update ToDo lists.
Does anyone else have fond memories of reading Frog and Toad Together to your children or, since it’s been around long enough, having it read to you? All the Frog and Toad books were a treat. But Together’s story The List about Frog’s day being totally controlled by his ToDo list also had a sort of resonating bite for me.
Anyway, it’s too easy to get caught up in the un-done and the not-done-quite-well-enough, which will be always with us. I’m here this Friday afternoon, instead, to celebrate real accomplishment. The ToDo lists can wait till tomorrow.
The RNFamily of apps
Yesterday, Hokan and I finally published the Android version of PasswordRN. It had been hung up on little finishing touches: a bit more testing and tweaking, a few screenshots, getting the merchant account set up right so we can receive payments. There was really no reason not to push it out the door. And last night, in the middle of the night, the very first copy was purchased and downloaded. What a thrill. And a responsibility.