Google hasn’t been the only game in town for a while. There’s a great variety of options and features these days.
I feel strange. Thanks to my iPad and iOS 11, this is the first macOS upgrade in over a decade that I’m not rushing out to install.
I think I finally found a task app that doesn’t make me turn into a contortionist.
I wanted to save some money by paying for one fewer cloud, so I made the transition a little while ago. Here’s a step-by-step on how to do it yourself.
This is just excellent.
A long time ago, I had an app called Favs that collected everything I liked/hearted/bookmarked/whatevered across a ton of services (it was sadly abandoned). We’re talking Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Pinterest, newsreader services, Pocket—probably over 20 […]
I’ve been asked what Dropmark is and how I use it, so here we go. TL;DR: it’s a service for bookmarks, file sharing, and collaboration, and it’s replaced a few things for me. I really like it.
A quick shortcut to save a ton of time and clear the slate, as it were.