Posts Tagged: Mac
35 Years Of Progress?
Ian Bogost’s Atlantic article I Wrote This on a 30-Year-Old Computer was written entirely on an 30 year old Macintosh SE and makes for a fascinating trip down memory lane and back to the future. There’s much to think about in the article, but one line really stood out to me: Computing was an accompaniment to life,Continue Reading ›
A Focussed View In Todoist
I recently tweeted this image of a focussed view with in the task app Todoist. Since doing so I’ve been asked the same two questions: How do you do that? Where can I get that wallpaper? To get the focussed view in Todoist is so simple: Resize the Todoist window horizontally, at a certain point theContinue Reading ›
It says so much about the obsessively beautiful design of Apple products that even the backs of their products look good.
Minium² is probably the most nicely executed and complete set of system icons I’ve seen for a long time; even the dock is perfect. (via Prettify)
Google Quick Search – The New Quicksilver
I’m playing with a cool new app on my Mac that shows great promise: Google Quick Search Box. Developed by Nicholas Jitkoff, the developer behind the once great, but now sadly orphaned Quicksliver, Google Quick Search aims to combine Google Search with Spotlight search in one package. But, as with Quicksilver Google Quick Search isContinue Reading ›