Musings on designing experiences & (re)engineering complexity
Also published: Data Analysis is Weird
Of note, this week’s share of the Muse board comes from the upcoming Muse 2.0 release. One of the better apps/services in the tools for thought genre, Muse really sets itself apart by being less about collaborative synthesis and more towards personal synthesis (which might lead to later collaborative insights). The 2.0 release will feature a dedicated MacOS app, to go along with the existing iPadOS app. And will offer a syncing component, making your thought-space able to expand about as wide as the devices you use to ruminate.