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Simple Scan: A Scanning Solution for People Who Don’t Scan Often
Simple Scan: A Scanning Solution for People Who Don’t Scan Often
One of my favorite kinds of apps is simple utilities that solve a common problem and are straightforward to use. That’s exactly what Greg Pierce has created with Simple Scan, a scanning app for the iPhone and iPad that simplifies the process of one-off document scans. Simple Scan is entering a crowded scanning market. Many
·macstories.net·
Simple Scan: A Scanning Solution for People Who Don’t Scan Often
Charles Broskoski on Self-Discovery that Happens Upon Revisiting Things You’ve Accumulated Over Time
Charles Broskoski on Self-Discovery that Happens Upon Revisiting Things You’ve Accumulated Over Time
Charles Broskoski tells the history of Are.na, a platform for doing research online, so far—why and how it began, questions that guided its development, and how it promotes life-long education using today's internet with access to almost infinite information.
·thecreativeindependent.com·
Charles Broskoski on Self-Discovery that Happens Upon Revisiting Things You’ve Accumulated Over Time
Mona 6 Moves from High Visual Customization to Advanced Automation
Mona 6 Moves from High Visual Customization to Advanced Automation
Mona, the Mastodon client for iOS, iPadOS, and Mac from Junyu Kuang, is out today with a significant version 6 update. Mona is my choice for using Mastodon primarily due to what John referred to in his review as its ‘epic level of customization.’ Everything from how the taskbar at the bottom of the screen
·macstories.net·
Mona 6 Moves from High Visual Customization to Advanced Automation
Advent of Computing: Episode 126 - IBM Compatible (No, Not Those)
Advent of Computing: Episode 126 - IBM Compatible (No, Not Those)
This episode wraps up the System/360 trilogy by taking things back to where they started for me. We will be looking at System/360 clones, how they could exist, why they existed, and why IBM didn't crush them. We close with a discussion of how these earlier clones impact our understanding of the IBM PC story. The truth is, by 1981 IBM was no stranger to clones. This is the culmination of a wild story, so prepare!   Selected Sources:   - ICL: A Business and Technical History   - Impact Report by INPUT  
·adventofcomputing.libsyn.com·
Advent of Computing: Episode 126 - IBM Compatible (No, Not Those)
feeeed: Embracing Feed Diversity and Personal News Curation
feeeed: Embracing Feed Diversity and Personal News Curation
With The Iconfactory launching Project Tapestry this week, I was reminded of an indie app that I first started testing a few months ago. feeeed – that’s with four ‘e’s – by Nate Parrott is a feed reader app unlike any other I’ve seen on iOS. Today, with our favorite content scattered across social media
·macstories.net·
feeeed: Embracing Feed Diversity and Personal News Curation
The End of Vice
The End of Vice
VICE may be over, but Cyber is still here at the end of it all. Matthew, Emily, Anna Merlan, Tim Marchman and Mack Lamoureux are here to eulogize the company and explain what the fuck just happened.Thanks for listening over the years. And don't worry--we're not logging off for good. Matthew and Emily will be back sometime soon with a new podcast project. Stay tuned.[Vice's New Owners Prepare to Slash What's Left of Its Work Force](https://www.nytimes.com/2024/02/22/business/vice-media-layoffs.html)
·up.raindrop.io·
The End of Vice
Wallpaper Frenzy: A Roundup of My Favorite Wallpaper Apps, Tools, and Artists in 2024
Wallpaper Frenzy: A Roundup of My Favorite Wallpaper Apps, Tools, and Artists in 2024
Wallpapers have always been a reflection of my often chaotic energy. I can sometimes spend months, or even years, without ever changing my wallpaper, and I can spend that same amount of time just frenetically changing it every day until I’m completely satisfied. A lot of that decision process is completely irrational, but I do
·macstories.net·
Wallpaper Frenzy: A Roundup of My Favorite Wallpaper Apps, Tools, and Artists in 2024
The Arc of Collaboration - kwokchain
The Arc of Collaboration - kwokchain
The arc of collaboration is long and it bends in the direction of functional workflows. Why Slack is an Else Statement, there is no distinction between productivity and collaboration, and why the Slack of Gaming may be Discord but the Discord for Enterprise is not Slack. Disclaimer: I currently use every product mentioned in this … Continue reading The Arc of Collaboration →
·kwokchain.com·
The Arc of Collaboration - kwokchain
Electron is flash for the desktop
Electron is flash for the desktop
What is slack doing? The process was in the background when this happened. I wasn't even interacting with it - I was in a meeting. I only noticed because my laptop fans were whurring when I got back. Restarting slack seemed to fix it for now. But that's not abnormal
·josephg.com·
Electron is flash for the desktop
Intel: I Was Lostry, But Now I Am Foundry
Intel: I Was Lostry, But Now I Am Foundry
Pat Gelsinger, current chief executive officer at Intel and formerly the head of its Data Center Group as well as its chief technology officer, famously
·nextplatform.com·
Intel: I Was Lostry, But Now I Am Foundry
C++ Package Managers: The Ultimate Roundup | Modern C++ DevOps
C++ Package Managers: The Ultimate Roundup | Modern C++ DevOps
Struggling with C++ dependencies and intricate build scripts? The landscape of C++ package managers has evolved significantly, offering powerful tools to streamline your workflow. Dive deeper in this comprehensive roundup! Explore popular options like vcpkg, Conan, Spack, and others, highlighting their strengths, weaknesses, and ideal use cases. Emerging contenders discover innovative tools like Xrepo and Tipi.Build. Learn how to select the best package manager for your specific project needs.
·moderncppdevops.com·
C++ Package Managers: The Ultimate Roundup | Modern C++ DevOps
2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review — Honk
2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review — Honk
VW's Jumbo new offering is titanic to live with and genuinely amusing to drive, but is it a condescending German prank on America? [2019...
·dieselgoth.neocities.org·
2019 Volkswagen Atlas Review — Honk
Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
In the realm of Apple shortcut development, Taylor Lineman (ActuallyTaylor) stands as a pioneering force. As the creator of Jellycuts, she has redefined the landscape of mobile programming, making shortcut creation more accessible than ever. An active member of the RoutineHub community, Lineman's work has not only transformed Apple shortcuts
·blog.routinehub.co·
Interview with ActuallyTaylor, the Developer Behind Jellycuts
Ideas for Your Personal Website | 32-Bit Cafe
Ideas for Your Personal Website | 32-Bit Cafe
A web space community that focuses on building websites for self-expression and creativity, made up of professionals, hobbyists, and enthusiasts of the personal web.
·32bit.cafe·
Ideas for Your Personal Website | 32-Bit Cafe