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Interesting insights here. He loves Apple’s hardware and apps, prefers Android OS. Apple, you’ve got some ripping off to do! Jim Lynch, InfoWorld
The three-year cost of running TextExpander on the Mac has gone from $20 to $142.56. That puts TextExpander in the price range of Microsoft Office, Adobe Lightroom, and TurboTax.
As for me: Smile says it will continue to support the current version of TextExpander through the current and next versions of OS X. I’ll stay with it until I get a compelling reason to upgrade or switch.
Ironically timed, just this morning I saw a write-up of an intriguing alternative for large numbers of complex text snippets. Continue reading
$60 a year seems like a lot of money. On the other hand, I get a lot of use out of TextExpander. Continue reading
I was pleased to once again have a two-minute audio tip featured on Mac Power Users. In it, I describe Mail Perspectives, software that lets me stay on top of email by displaying a mini-window showing key information about recently … Continue reading
Spatter Spotter: The Road Kill Reporter was developed by Sean Anderson for a serious purpose: tracking 1 million vertebrates killed daily on roads. Road kill is a leading source of animal mortality.
“My world is laden with bad tools, because my culture is simultaneously obsessed with productivity and novelty.” Frank Chimero – No New Tools.
Notebooks: A Flexible and Powerful Note App in Beta This is a review of the January 2013 beta, but it looks pretty similar to the final version. Notebooks seems to be developed by one guy, and it’s a complex app, so … Continue reading
These are the apps I find most useful. I compiled the list just by reading the app icons off the first and second screen of my iPhone. The only apps on this list are ones that I’ve been using more … Continue reading
I’ve been getting dissatisfied with OmniFocus for months now. It’s just too complicated. And it’s too rigid in some ways. OmniFocus is a high-maintenance app. I was spending too much time working on my to-do lists, and not enough time … Continue reading