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1Password 5.5 for iOS brings numerous updates and fixes – The Sweet Setup

August 21, 2015

There are times when I prefer the MacStories [post][0] about a update to an app, and there are times when I prefer what The Sweet Setup are doing. The long and going into every single detail posts are great, but there are times when you just want the highlights. This one of the highlights situations.

Great post, great app.

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mdless

August 21, 2015

I wanted to be able to view Markdown README files quickly and pleasantly from Terminal. More often than not, I’m working in an iTerm2 visor window, so opening any app---including a simple qlmanage -p---will make my current view slide away. Not a big deal, of course, but it seemed like it could be easier.

Awesome!

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GitUp is now Open Source

August 21, 2015

GitUp is a bet to invent a new Git interaction model that lets engineers work quickly, safely, and without headaches. It’s unlike any other Git client out there from the way it’s built (it interacts directly with the Git database on disk), to the way it works (you manipulate the repository graph instead of manipulating commits).

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Better iTerm Integration in Alfred – Alfred Blog

August 20, 2015

With the upcoming release of Alfred 2.7.2, the default iTerm integration has been replaced by the “Custom” scripts option. This allows for a more up-to-date and more flexible way to handle the iTerm integration, using scripts created by one of our fantastic users, Stuart Ryan.

Check out this post before updating Alfred, if you’re a iTerm user.

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Happy Birthday Relay.fm

August 20, 2015

I meant to have something ready for the day, but that didn’t happen. Anyways. Here it is.

It is amazing to see what Myke and Stephen have done in just one tiny year. Relay have moved from a brand new podcasting network with some of my favourite shows, to my favourite network.

I have been listening to Myke Hurley for a long time. The first podcast I started listening to was Enough, which is still my all time favourite podcast. I’m not 100% sure about the time. But it was either right before he started 70 Decibels, or right after.

Everyone should check out Myke’s podcasts, and the rest of the Relay.fm shows. There are something there for everyone.

Congratulations on the first year!

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How Relay FM Proves That Podcasts Aren’t An Overnight Success | TechCrunch

August 20, 2015

When Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett launched Relay FM, they expected to build a small independent network of weekly tech podcasts. Just a year later, Relay FM features 16 different shows and delivers 1.5 million downloads every month. Building this loyal audience was an overnight success six years in the making.

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Patrick Rhone

August 20, 2015

Patrick Rhone:

Recently, my friend Garrick and I came up with the following thought exercise: If you were to design the perfect shopping mall, what types of stores would it have? The rules are simple. It does not have to be existing brands or even what one would find in the modern American mall --- just types of stores. To keep it easy we limited ourselves to ten.

Neat idea.

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