Read “File over app — Steph Ango“.
Tools I still like to use:
E-mail, text/MMS, RSS, a blog/personal website, podcasts, forums. What did I miss?
These fundamental tools are still around because they are the best tools where you are in control of what you are interested in and what you can discover.
I got a chance to talk about how I use my iPads on the latest episode of iPad Pros.
I hope you like it!
Looks like Space Karen caught up with NetNewsWire too:
Twitter suspended NetNewsWire today because, according to Twitter, “This App has violated Twitter Rules and policies. As a result, it can no longer be accessed.”
I still have a couple of feeds in Reeder, which are working for now, but I don’t expect them to be around that long.
Honestly, I don’t care about Twitter (or social media in general) anymore. I can do everything I want with this blog regarding publishing my stuff on the web.
Flexibits just released Fantastical 3.7.9, which adds a bunch of new Shortcuts actions, including the ability to filter events from a given Calendar Set in a given date range, and the ability to generate a simple schedule for a given day.
Nice! I have a shortcut which syncs up calendar events with agenda items in Things. Now, I can automatically do the following in one shortcut:
- Get all my meetings for today from Fantastical.
- Create or find existing agenda items about them in Things.
- Link the Things agenda item and Fantastical event using Hookmark.
- Start a new session from Things when the meeting is due.
- I’ll write about how I manage deep sessions with Things one day.
Bookmarked “Easy CSV Editor Mobile“.
Bookmarked “Personal Knowledge Management is exhausting – Baty.net“.
Bookmarked “Galaxy: Mac OS X Wallpapers Remastered“:
Classic desktop pictures modernized in 6K resolution and P3 Color Gamut.
Scarlet is a personal issue tracker that saves to a file that you can include in your project directory, or anywhere you prefer. No accounts, no cloud services, no syncing, no third-party integration. Just a simple place to file away your project’s to-dos and close them when they’re complete.
Make a website, blog, or portfolio using nothing but Apple Notes.
Bookmarked “Teenage Skeuomorphic Desktop Designs“.
Auxl is a native API client for macOS. Its powerful node based system provides a whole new way to organise, test, and develop APIs.
A lightweight, natively built editor. Open source. Free forever.
Bookmarked “My Knowledge Wiki | Everything I know“:
This is my personal wiki where I share everything I know about this world in form of an online wiki built with Docusaurus on GitHub.
Bookmarked “Grila – Calendar for keyboard addicts“:
Calendar for keyboard addicts instantly available on a hotkey
Bookmarked “Infinite Mac“.
Bookmarked “GTD Dictionary“.
Twitter today confirmed that it is no longer permitting third-party developers to create Twitter clients, with the information quietly shared in an updated developer agreement that was spotted by Engadget. A new clause under Restrictions says that developers are not able to “create a substitute or similar service or product to the Twitter Applications.”
The continued genius of Space Karen just impresses me.
Speaking of 43 Folders:
A tickler file is an analog reminder system: a way to deliver documents and information to your future self.
Think of it as a physical mail box, linked to your calendar. Think of it as your calendar’s snail mail service.
Bookmarked “WinterFest 2022“.
This is why I don’t use 1Password’s custom sync engine.
iA Presenter looks really nice.
I keep my capture notebook with me at all times. It is my thoughts and ideas in-box. Interesting and useful thoughts come to me quite often when I’m on a walk, or puttering around the house.
I also keep a Capture Wallet with me most of the time.
Read “Making time to think“.