Downtime and outages be upon those services that prevent users from deleting their own accounts.
The great thing about blogging is there’s no one correct way to do this stuff. In his recent post, Manton Reece talks a bit about how some other people have been doing something similar to what I’m doing on this site, which is to publish to my own space first, then share out to Twitter,… Continue reading More quick blogging workflows by Manton Reece
Deep breath. I’m about to watch the instructional videos for this crap software. Let’s hope I don’t lose my mind before I’m done.
. . . they leave the most ambiguous typo in the first sentence of their terms of service. What a piece of shit app. Top to bottom.
I have this new writing project I’m working on, and I figured out a way to trick myself into gathering notes more quickly. Each time I have the urge to check ADN or Twitter, I add a new thought to my notes first. I’m collecting notes in an Evernote notebook, so I can easily get… Continue reading Writehack
Curious: Did you ever implement a writing/editing workflow using Git or Mercurial for version control? I haven’t done that. For my own writing, version control isn’t very important. Plus, if I do end up creating multiple versions and want to compare them, Kaleidoscope makes beautiful diffs. Some of my clients like using Draft, which provides… Continue reading Version control question from Twitter
Marked is a previewer for Markdown files. Use it with your favorite text editor and it updates every time you save. With robust features for previewing, reviewing and exporting beautiful documents, you can work in plain text while reveling in rich formatting. via Marked 2 – Smarter tools for smarter writers I hate clutter on… Continue reading I only keep one app in my Mac’s dock
‘Why would anyone need to know what planes are flying above your head?’ I muttered. Gus replied without looking up: ‘So you know who you’re waving at, Mommy.’ via How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri – NYTimes.com
Current status: giving away my app api keys like candy on Halloween.