All My iPhone Apps - April 2015 Update (★ marks a favourite)
Someone reminded me that it’s been a year since I last made a blog post about what’s on my iPhone, so here’s an update. I recently went through my apps and thought critically about what I really use and what I don’t open on at least a weekly basis. I went from hundreds of apps to 63 (according to my Settings) and it feels great! I still have some apps left in my Other folder that I want to try out more before I move them to my main page, and my school’s hideous app in Reference is going away as soon as I’m finished with my exams.
My background wallpaper is one of Apple’s gradients in the wallpaper menu.
Goblin four-square. Goblin four-square is much like the common four-square of renown. The major difference is the use of a cyclopian Hob-head. Cyclopian Hobs, of course, can remove their heads at will. Goblins abuse this, being natural jackasses. Goblin No. 322.
Don’t let people tell you your ideas won’t work. If you’re passionate about an idea that’s stuck in your head, find a way to build it so you can prove to yourself that it doesn’t work. -Dennis Crowley, Foursquare
Historic Oakwood was a home to the prominent members of Raleigh’s
society during the 19th century.
It is a neighbourhood in downtown Raleigh, North Carolina and it is
popular for its Historic Oakwood Cemetery, its many Victorian houses and its
location close to the Mordecai Plantation Manor. Its Victorian-era architectural styles
include Second Empire, Queen Anne, Italianate, and later infill brought the
bungalow, the American Foursquare, American Craftsman style, and the Minimal
Traditional house to the area.
It is also known for its Christmas Candlelight Tour, which
opens private historic residences to the public, and the Garden Tour, which
allows the public to see the vast gardens worked on by the Oakwood Gardening