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.
I don’t like Google AMP’s “accelerated mobile pages.” It feels like yet another land grab to take over yet more of the web, eVern more tracking our activity without our permission, and they’ve never even felt […]
A tremendously useful feature in Tweetbot for iPhone and iPad (affiliate link) is the ability to quickly filter your timeline to focus on specific types of tweets or media, temporarily exclude keywords, and hunt down […]
The services are similar in a number of ways, but I recently decided to give Weebly a shot for for building new company’s site. I’m glad I did.
The iPad can be more empowering than the sum of its parts, but it might require some new thinking and letting go of old habits.
It’s a good thing you aren’t doing anything important right now, because for this Drop Everything, I have a nice mix of productivity and social apps, and a good game for balance.
It took a while, but managing files on iOS has evolved to offer both simplicity for most users and the power and control power users crave.
They’re simple to install, but there’s a catch.
If you have a hard time remembering how far you’ve come in your personal or work life, here’s a great way to start saving a bread crumb trail of your wins.
When preparing my review of Ulysses 2.5 for MacStories, I asked my fine Twitter followers for any questions they’d like me to answer. I covered some of them in my review, but it occurred to […]