I’ve been using Apple’s native Mail app for as long as I’ve been using Macs. I got wind of a new email client last week and I wanted to share. I’ve really been liking Airmail. It’s just $1.99 in the App Store, which I think is the perfect price for large-scale adoption. The one thing [...] Continue →
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The latest Crome Canary comes with a few minor tweaks to search interface. The missing search bar being the most notable. The most interesting thing for me is the search menu (Web, Images, Maps, and eventually, More). It’s interesting because there’s room on that bar to fit more (between “Search tools” and the gear icon [...] Continue →
The agony of learning: You sign up for Codecademy. You spend 3 months deciding between Python and Ruby, because you heard Django was more powerful or something but Rails had better community support or something. You in fact have no idea what that means. You maybe do a tutorial or two. Oh wait, I should [...] Continue →
You WordPressers will know about the Dvorak keyboard layout, but others might not. You can read the seminal piece from WordPress founder, Matt Mullenweg on why you might want to switch. I won’t get into any of it here, but will say that I’m switching for the potential ergonomic improvements. I just wanted to keep [...] Continue →
Great story on Google’s evolving design language and the team behind it. We all benefit from better design. theverge.com/2013/1/24/3904… — Doug Bowman (@stop) January 24, 2013 The last line of this tweet hit me right in the face today. We all benefit from better design. I guess I’ve never really thought about it before, but [...] Continue →