I’m a keyboard shortcut whore. It’s one of the reasons why I stopped using a mouse altogether. Speed is the main benefit of learning the shortcut keys of your favorite software. For things that you use every day like your browser and operating system, mastering a couple of simple key combos will save you countless hours while working on your computer.
I’ve been an ardent user of Wunderlist for the past year now, having used TeuxDeux prior. The thing with todo managers is that you rarely find one that fits all of your needs and simply works. With TeuxDeux, it lacked reminders. With Wunderlist, notifications work half the time.
Recently, I decided to take a chance with another tool and decided to place my bet on Things. Here are the reasons why I made the switch:
Was lurking on the Apple subreddit and came across this gem. I haven’t seen this clip before and it’s worth watching. In the video, you will find Jobs in his classic showmanship form.
Back in late February, Joseph and I recorded our first podcast together, The PlaceboCast. Eager to take over the world, we did what any aspiring talking heads did: we submitted the podcast to the iTunes Store.
That day was February 23.
The last time I went to the movie theater it was to watch Disney’s Wreck It Ralph (excellent movie by the way). As I was settling into my seat, the lights in the room dimmed, signaling the start of the movie.
Hold that thought.
Let’s show you some movie trailers!
Awhile back, I clicked a link in a tweet from my Twitter timeline. No big deal, right? Unbeknownst to me, I had just clicked an infected link aimed at stealing my Twitter credentials. Upon clicking the link, my page reloaded and I was sent back to what had appeared to be the login screen on the Twitter homepage.
On Monday night, Google released the guidelines that will allow interested developers to start building apps or Glassware as Google is calling them, for Glass. At the onset, developers will find several restrictions that will limit what they can and can’t do. For instance, developers can’t place ads in their apps (hooray!), collect user data for ads (that’s Google’s responsibility silly), or sell apps (software developers are so overpaid anyways).