AgileBits just released 1Password 7 for the Mac and it comes with a ton of new improvements. Some of the things I’m really looking forward to is the new design and the ability for better app integration: With our new app integration we’ll automatically suggest logins for the current app you’re using. Along with support for […]Read more "1Password 7 for Mac"
From the Ulysses announcement: The next Ulysses version will ship with greatly improved code blocks. You’ll have to mark up the beginning of a code block only once to let it span as many paragraphs as needed. No more backtick fatigue! Also, we revamped the appearance of code blocks in the editor to make them […]Read more "Ulysses Plans to Improve The Code Blocks"
I know most people do not create open source projects to make money or to even get reimbursed for their time, but as a project gains success more than likely it will incur some expenses. It would be nice to have some sort of revenue attached to the project so you can cover those. I’ve […]Read more "Open Source – Donations vs Selling"
On Saturday morning a missile alert was pushed out from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency and according to the Washington Post this was the cause: Around 8:05 a.m., the Hawaii emergency employee initiated the internal test, according to a timeline released by the state. From a drop-down menu on a computer program, he saw two options: “Test […]Read more "Hawaii missile alert"
The Bear Writing app by Shiny Frog has become my go-to application for note taking, research, and even writing new articles and posts. It’s always had a really nice dynamic tagging system that would turn tags into categories or section.Read more "Bear Writing App Now Supports Icons in the Sidebar"
Twenty Seventeen will focus on providing a seamless initial theme setup so anyone can set up a website for themselves or their business with minimal hassle.
I’ve been a fan of both twenty-fifteen and twenty-sixteen and I like the direction of adding video headers, but I’d really to see them create a super minimal theme one year without a focus on big bold images. The hunt for post images is such a huge time sink.
One thing that I’ve always found annoying on the Mac is that by default it’s not possible to “tab” between the different buttons in a dialog window. This is possible but it requires finding this bizarre setting in the keyboard settings. To get this go to System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts, then click the All Controls radio […]Read more "Use the Tab key for dialogs on a Mac"