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Day One

May 21, 2015

Beyond syncing, Day One Sync is vital to the future of the Day One platform. It lays the foundation for numerous future features, including multiple journals, a web client, shared journals, multiple photos, journaling via email, a robust API, and more

I moved over right away. It is way faster than Dropbox, or iCloud. I love it, and I really look forward to what they plan do with the new backend in the future.

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Brent Simmons

May 21, 2015

Brent Simmons have written two(this far) posts about how to avvoid crashes with Objective-C. Read them and take the advice from a long time Apple developer.

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Greenpeace

May 21, 2015

It’s good to see that Apple are doing great on this Greenpeace report, and Facebook isn’t that bad either, while Google isn’t doing that well compared to the two, but isn’t that bad overall.

I love it when my employer push companies like Apple, Facebook and Google to become better and to make sure that this planet are in better shape for future generations. Because our partens and grandparents fucked it up for us.

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Daring Fireball

May 21, 2015

I have a draft laying around about the new Facebook Instant Articles thing, but Gruber said more or less what I wanted to say. Read it.

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Photos Field Guide — MacSparky

May 20, 2015

The Photos Video Field Guide is a 2.5 hour screencast that teaches you how to install and use Apple’s Photos Application and sync all of your photos between your Mac, iPad, and iPhone using iCloud Photo Storage. Managing your photos with multiple devices has, over the years, come to feel like chasing a mythical white whale. Not anymore. Photos delivers the goods and this screencast teaches you how.

Check out the latest Field Guide from David Sparks, if you are using Apple’s new Photos app.

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Signature | The Cramped

May 20, 2015

Patrick Rhone:

Signatures have power. Our laws are only desires until they bear the signature of those that execute them. Signatures have value. Our checks and charges are only valueless scraps of paper unless our signature is applied. Signatures have meaning. They are a promise. They change things. Yet, most of us dash ours off quickly, with little thought or recognition of such.

I love signatures, and I love how different they are. I see a lot of them in my job(fundraising). Some people have a slow and beautiful signatures where you can read every single letter without any problems, while others, like me just have a scribble, where you can recognize the starting letters of my first and last name.

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Pedometer += 1,000,000 – David Smith

May 19, 2015

David Smith:

Yesterday Pedometer++ had its one millionth download. Here is the story of how it got there.

Fantastic, I love Pedometer++. I use the app to keep track of my steps, and to keep track of how much I move from day to day.

The thing I love about Pedometer++ is that it does exactly what it needs to do, and nothing more.

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Taskmator 2 with Reminders

May 19, 2015

Taskmator is one the TaskPaper app I used to use, before I moved over to pen and paper. And this is a great update.

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Marco.org

May 11, 2015

Great. I love stuff like this, when developers make something to be there on day one, and then re-designing the whole thing when they get to test it on the real hardware.

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