ReadWrite: The Scoop On Microsoft’s New Outlook App For iPhone and Android.
Inbox, Dropbox’s Mailbox, Amazon yesterday, Outlook for mobile ... seems the email sector is hotting up.
Amazon WorkMail – Managed Email and Calendaring in the AWS Cloud.
UI looks clean. Integrates with Outlook - that’s going right up against Office 365. Hard to fight the penetration of MS Word, however.
Latest Mac OS X [Mavericks] Security update ... long period of white screen is normal.
I let mine update via the App Store, restarted, and my iMac sat on a white screen for a very extended period, with no hard drive sounds. Eventually it all started chugging again, and loaded normally. Just warning others - be PATIENT.
Brad Frost: Over It.
Lightroom Killer Tips: A Quick (but very powerful) Adjustment Brush Tip.
Lightroom Killer Tips: 7 Really Useful Lightroom Shortcuts.
And they are. Really useful.
Macworld: Unlocking Disk Utility’s hidden secrets.
Never knew you could multi-verify. Bookmarked. Macworld, please stop with the auto-play videos. We hates it, Precious.
Evernote Blog: How to Create a Table of Contents in Evernote.
Bookmarked. The mind boggles at the circular logic in storing Evernote tips in Evernote ...
Ars Technica: Why DNS in OS X 10.10 is broken, and what you can do to fix it.
Woof. Have backups. Just one of the reasons I haven’t upped to Yosemite yet. Apple, get on the stick, will ya?
Yanado - Task management inside Gmail.
Never heard of it. Thought some might be interested.
Macworld: Top tips for working with the Mac’s menu bar.
The tip about accessing the Library folder alone is reason enough to link this.
Alfred Blog: A First Look at Alfred Remote.
I suppose there’s a need. I’ll let you know if I ever need to boot up Photoshop while driving ... or on the toilet.
codelitt: How will we ever get back our casual web browsing experience?
“Sure, I and others with solid technology backgrounds can connect through the TOR network, encrypt every single email with PGP, keep our drives encrypted with Truecrypt, and use OTR protocols for our IMs - but what about the billions of casual web browsers? Do they no longer deserve their right to privacy because they didn’t have these skills?”
Bittbox/Photoshop 101: True Black (CMYK).
Later, important: Read the comments here, and on the article.
Backup services (including one for Evernote).
I’ve been looking for a simple method to pull a searchable, formatted backup of Gmail for a while now. Anyone using one, and like it? I’m getting close to 1/2 of my Google free allowance (7GB). That’s a lot of old email.
BittBox: Make a Dotted Line in Photoshop.
Omigod. Why didn’t I think of that?
AppleInsider: How to manage your iCloud storage and backups.
For my own reference. Yours too, perhaps.
Lightroom Killer Tips: Getting Better Results From Lightroom’s Spot Removal Tool.
Didn’t know this one. If it doesn’t choose right the first time, I usually move the sample spot manually. Trying this soon.
Keith Cirkel: Why we should stop using Grunt & Gulp.
“You could find that for certain tasks you need to use Grunt, and for others you need to use Gulp or Brunch, so enter the ridiculous world of using build tools to manage your build tools, with such great hits as grunt-brunch and gulp-grunt ...” House-of-cards effect. Yep.
Panic Blog: Transmit iOS 1.1.1.
“Transmit iOS 1.1.1 is out, fixing a few bugs in our surprisingly powerful file management app for your iPhone or iPad. Also, at Apple’s request, we had to remove the ability to “Send” files to other services, including iCloud Drive.” Read the entire thing to understand the problem. Apple? Ball’s in your court.
Apostrophe CMS/Node, MongoDB.
So WYSIWYG, it kind of hurts my brain. YMMV.
Eager Blog: Releasing Stout, our Static Website Deploy Tool.
Of interest. I use Git > Beanstalk, personally.
Revisions for Dropbox (Mac app).
Easier and more convenient than diving into Dropbox’s web GUI, certainly. Downloaded.
MeFi: Nature will make its articles back to 1869 free to share online.
More on ReadCube.
Black Friday App & Book Deals for Developers, Designers & Entrepreneurs.
Some good stuff. Pixelmator is 50% off, if Adobe’s CC offerings are too dear for your overstressed wallet.