MarsEdit is an awesome editor for a weblog. The only thing I wish it could do is publish converted content, i.e. allow me to write using Textile or Markdown markup, yet commit to Blogger and such HTML.
First of all, I am glad that for once I had a vision 🙂 This is nothing too big, and I was not original, but I kinda-sorta thought that iPad would be a great name: it leverages off the ThinkPad name brand, it follows the suit of other “i” products (iPod, iPhone, iWork, iMac, etc.), […]
Apple iPad? How about a little German innovation instead … German Android device has a bigger multitouch screen and a faster CPU than the iPad. Also it runs Flash, has USB ports, an inbuilt card reader and expandable memory. Additionally it allows complete multitasking and has a webcam. Beat that baby. Then it brags on […]
One thing I thought was a great thing about iPhone was the fact that it does not support Flash. Sure, you end up not being able to access a site or two—nothing to shed tears about. But most importantly so much of the content was moving off the flashy crap and onto H.264 and such. […]
New Yprk Times OpEd: Ten for the Next Ten (by Bono) A decade’s worth of music file-sharing and swiping has made clear that the people it hurts are the creators — in this case, the young, fledgling songwriters who can’t live off ticket and T-shirt sales… we know from America’s noble effort to stop child […]
So, everybody and their uncle are predicting the tablet. Seems like a good bet indeed. But I am sure that it won’t be (at least in some important aspects) what all are expecting. I wager that tablet will be centered around media management for your home media library (extending and expanding lethargic AppleTV) and aiming […]
Old Ecto was constantly failing to work for me on Blogger, but Ecto 3 has improved a lot on that. But the great failure it has is that when you hit “Publish” it does not save your post first!
I just got me a nice and shiny Linksys WRT610N — it was about time to upgrade the network, get a bit of a speed boost. Installation was trivial (no, you don’t have to insert a CD if you know what you’re doing), but for some reason I could not get my Macbook (unibody 17″, […]
Many moons ago I came across a nice plugin for Outlook — LookOut which has made it just passable to live with multiple PST files and cope with 300+ inbound / 150+ outbound daily emails. Just type in from:Joe subject:foo “bar baz” and ‘ere you go — a few seconds later you get your list […]