Gotta love the simplicity. Video are now available for corporate use via Common Craft’s Web store.
via Laughing Squid
Another little surprise popped up in NetNewsWire today while trying to fix a problem. Something borked my layout and setting it back was not very intuitive. As I’ve mentioned before in a previous post, NetNewsWire could be more user-friendly with its features. Feature-rich it is, but some engineering foresight could make it sing a little prettier.
This time it’s for those fortunate enough to have a widescreen. Always looking for ways to declutterize my life, I try to find solutions to make best use of the space around me. This includes my frequented physical space such as desk and office area, but as a UI designer, maximizing my computer’s screen real estate is part and parcel to the job. Unfortunately for me, I’m much better at the latter, but for you, someone looking to squeak a little more user-friendliness out of your feed-reading experience, I can impart this tip to help you make better use of that additional lateral screen space.
I’m currently using Things from Cultered Code as my to-do list organizer in Mac OS X. Things is great. There are several many reasons as to why, but perhaps one of the most useful is the to-do quick entry function.
Continue reading “Cultured Code’s Things Quick Tip- Creating “Rich” Notes for Your To-Dos”
There’s been much contemplation as to what to call these… whatevers who follow 1000s of people on twitter, but with few followers. In a previous post, calling them a “spwitter” was an idea, but I agree, that was a little too cute and there’s very little cuteness about these… whatevers. “Spit” (spam + twit) is a good name for it. It’s nasty; it should have a nasty name.
Continue reading “TwerpScan – Good Name; Good Way to Zap Them”
Okay. So, I’ve always been a big believer in RSS News Feeds, but there are so many good feeds out there, how do you stay on top of them? It’s simple: YOU DON’T. But this little bubble on NetNewsWire’s dock icon made me feel like I always had to catch up!