Sharecuts is a new site from Guilherme Rambo where people are able to share their custom Shortcuts for the world to use. There are currently only a few shortcuts there, and you currently have to request access to upload your own shortcuts, but it just opened up today and is sure to grow. Gui was […]
15 Years Ago, I Went Indie and Didn’t Know It. – Building Ulysses – Medium Ulysses is turning 15 these days. You read that right: fifteen freaking years. In computer terms that’s an eternity. And for me, now 31 years old, it certainly feels like one. This is my story. This is a great article […]
Fast Company has a good summery of some of the changes going on in the world of podcasts recently; specifically, premium podcasts. This whole concept of service-exclusive podcasts makes my blood boil a bit, but I’m trying to understand if that’s because it’s actually a bad thing or if I’m just being a dinosaur. Why […]
There is a very simple reason that USB-C headphones are not taking off: 64% of US smartphones have no use for them.
Corbin Davenport tried to go all in on open source software on his Android phone: I started this experiment with one question in mind: could you realistically use an Android phone in 2018 with only open-source software? I think for most people, the answer is no. Just about every service or app used by the […]