hjertnes.blog

GitUp

05.06.2015 02:00

GitUp is a really good Git app. I have tried almost every single one, but most of them don’t work for me as a experienced git command like user. This one is the first one that gives me both, in a single window. Every git user, no matter if you are GUI or command line user should check it out.

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How to easily re-size the link bracelet on your Apple Watch | iMore

05.06.2015 02:00

I don’t post that much about the Apple Watch, because I don’t want one, and I don’t care that much, but this is cool. The link bracelet for Apple Watch is one of the things I want, because of how easy it is to customize it. To customize most link bracelets on regular watches inclues using a paperclip to push out pins, and it is a real hazzle. This is a example of where Apple is the best when it comes to innovation and improving on something everyone in an industry have been doing wrong for a long time.

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Instapaper Launches Notes, Bringing Annotations to Articles – MacStories

05.06.2015 02:00

This might be the perfect way to link, quote and prepare posts on iPad.

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Tweetbot 2 for Mac

05.06.2015 02:00

Finally! It looks fantastic, and it is a free upgrade.

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inessential

05.06.2015 02:00

Brett Simmons is a great long time OS X developer, and have worked on many of the classic OS X apps, NetNewsWire, MarsEdit, and lately OmniFocus; and he wrote the iOS app Vesper for Q Branch.

Read the post, and read Gruber’s link to the post

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Apple, Ive and CDO

30.05.2015 02:00

I have read a lot of annoying and boring posts about the Johnny Ive news lately. But there are two posts that I enjoyed; one from Gruber; and one from Ben Brooks.

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BrettTerpstra.com

30.05.2015 02:00

Fantastic, I’ll be upgrading as soon as I get around to it.

The new features I look forward to is:

  • Snippet suggestions

  • Search for snippests inline

I have used TextExpander for a long time, and every new version have been great. But I think version 5 is the first release where it feels like they are adding the kind of things that makes it possible for “regular users” to get into it.

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LaunchBar 6.4 streamlines custom actions – BrettTerpstra.com

30.05.2015 02:00

Looks great. But, I’m staying with Alfred.

This is the great thing about Alfred, you don’t need any custom API’s or anything like that. You can just drag and drop stuff, and use more or less any script with it. One of the reasons I got really into Alfred, and never got into LaunchBar or QuickSilver is that Alfred is uncomplicated by design, while the others required an investment I wasn’t willing to do.

It is good to see that LaunchBar are trying to make it easier, but they still have a long way to go.

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My Seven Principles for Journal Writing; What Are Yours? – National Journal Writing Month

30.05.2015 02:00

A fine list of good journaling principles.

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Podcasts We Love — Tools and Toys

30.05.2015 02:00

A good one!

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