Pick of the Month this month is the Kindle Paperwhite and it is by far my favorite product so far this year.
I have, and have had, a Facebook problem.
It’s hard trying to write for a static site on iOS; there are plenty of Markdown writing apps but, with static sites such as this one, there is no dashboard as in a traditional CMS.
We can pretty much call Federico Viticci a programmer at this point. He’s become a master of automation in a few short years. This time, he figured out how to script and automate macOS with iOS and Shortcuts. The keys to all this are ssh, Keyboard Maestro, and BetterTouchTool.
The champion calendar app amongst nerds is Fantastical 2 and with good reason; the natural language parsing is best in class and the interface is functional. It also offers the best automation of any calendar app available on the App Store.
Technically, this update isn’t monumental; but it is big: the long awaited web clipper is finally here.
Been a bit of a rough stretch but I am still here.
Things 3 recently got an update which included dark mode.
Look, progressive elites don’t need any help alienating themselves from Middle America.
Apple needs these integrations as growth from their cash cow, the iPhone slows. The question is how far are they willing to open up the umbrella?