Softcover  covers many of the same bases as well. Actually supporting all of LaTeX's features in HTML is basically impossible, though, so no matter which tool you use it's best to go in with tempered expectations.
One thing I like to do is "ratchet down" by saying, "OK, what's the most amount of time I can handle on the task I'm putting off." Sometimes it's as little as 5 minutes. So I set a timer for 5 minutes, do that much work, and then take a break to do something fun. By stacking enough tiny slices together, eventually I get back in the groove, and in the mean time it's amazing how much you can get done even in 5-minute increments.
Speaking of which, I have some writing to do… See you in 5.
Uber is only losing money right now because it's in a land-grab situation . Barring some cataclysm, someday Uber will be insanely profitable. Their investors understand this, and their valuation reflects it.
I've found Simplenote on the iPad and Notational Velocity or nvALT on a Mac to be a really lightweight and quick workflow. Plus, there's the added benefit of it all being plain text, whereas Evernote always seems to make guesses about unwanted formatting for me.
This was awesome, but I was disappointed to read that he didn't cash in the New York Fashion Week prize. Sure, it would have cost him some $$$, but what a story! I bet it'd have been worth paying a small premium for the adventure.