I never used Vesper (because it didn’t have sync or a Mac version), but if you did, this is a good way to make the switch.
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This is scary. As someone who values photos so highly, I’m not extra concerned about recommending Apple’s offering.
Stay classy, Yahoo.
Shocking. I’m shocked.
This is a bummer. I really liked Rdio, but Spotify ended up interacting directly with apps like RunKeeper that I use all the time, so I switched. I imagine Apple Music helped speed Rdio’s collapse.
I feel like this is more to this than the graphs indicate. I look forward to someone (read: not me) explaining what is is “off” about this comparison.
As you might expect, I am interested in seeing what comes out of this.
None of these are earth shattering, but I would recommend that anyone who writes Markdown take a look at them.
This is so weird. I hope he comes back to something I actually read.
It’s crazy that Apple keeps updating such old devices. Impressive, but crazy.
Ars Technica breaks down everything you might want to know heading into the Apple Keynote next week.
Here’s the breakdown:
Apple wants you to charge your watch at night.
Apple wants you to charge your watch every night.
Scott didn’t like to watch his watch at night, every night.
Scott’s watch couldn’t make it through the day.
This doesn’t mean that the watch is a “bad” product, or that Scott isn’t “using his watch right”, but it does mean that the Apple Watch isn’t for him.
I am still bummed that we won’t see AJ in the ring for a while,1 I am glad she is doing some cool stuff away from the ring.
What? Let me dream of her actually coming back some day. ↩
This whole concept is so intriguing to me. I cannot wait to try this out.
My favorite writing app for Mac1, Ulysses, now has an iPad version2. I’ve been on the beta for this app for the past couple of months and have written everything from blog posts, to contracts, to full legal briefs in it. It’s everything you love about Ulysses but in a much more portable format. Highly recommended.3
This post by Matthew Prince is one of the most well thought out, measured pieces on net neutrality that I’ve read.
Some interesting information concerning how credit cards will be changing.