2 years ago, I purchased the 2nd generation Automatic for $90. It saved my bacon again toda with its “check engine” light diagnostic prowess.
If you charge $40 per year to use your app, you better have a damn good argument. Because you’re just … More
TL;DR You’ve been TRYing to download or upgrade an iOS app, but the App Store refuses to cooperate. Relief = … More
In this example, we create an applet to toss a copy of every tweet to a dedicated iOS Calendar.
Every 3 or so weeks, I pop into the Alexa app (iPad) and run a “writing” search through the Skills … More
The linked article echoes this writer’s woe-filled experience with Dragon’s $60 Home edition. Fortunately, worthy alternatives exist. Another alternative is … More
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Scheduling tweets be accomplished with an IFTTT-induced marriage between Google Calendar and Twitter. Cost? $0. Here’s how.
The app, Eddie, sparked my interest last month. The lack of any reviews, combined with the price tag, instigated my … More
Just noticed while in the store.
The bullet journal crowd knows: handwriting promotes clarity and retention. Yet we also comprehend the convenience of apps chosen with care. This article details the “why” underlying this attorney/writer’s top six iOS apps within the Utilities category. The common thread: each continues to impress and delight, months/years after purchase.
Today’s eMail brings news of a new IFTTT.com feature: the Data Access Project. Public / government data, created by workers … More
And thus dies another app, as I move Pomodoro timing to Alexa, with related summaries populating part of my Bullet … More
I’ve encountered many best-of-Chrome-extensions lists. This one from MakeUseOf rises above the rest. Wouldn’t it be nice if Google’s list … More
My core bullet journal plays maestro to multiple components, conjuring harmony among all. One module, focused on writing activities, includes the Editorial Calendar for this blog. A detailed exploration of the contents of that specialized analog calendar follows.