I woke up this morning to an update to the Gmail app for iPhone. On a whim I looked at the “what’s new” section of update message and BOOM! It now has features that you actually want, and more! Nice layout Multiple account support! Easy image attachment “Scribbles” drawing attachments (this comes under the more […]
This is a long post, so for those with less time or a short attention span here’s a summary. In 2012 I went through 7 pairs of earphones. Four pairs were destroyed by bunnies, two pairs were faulty and one pair just didn’t fit well. Feeling both foolish and unlucky as far as earphones were […]
You might have heard of If This Then That. I had, but hadn’t gotten to using it. Then a client asked about plugins for publishing new post links to Facebook and I realised I wasn’t happy with the plugin I was using for posting links to Facebook and Twitter. Enter IFTTT!
Woo! I’ve finally registered for WordCamp Sydney, on in 2 weeks! Also, over the last week I have completely rewritten Thesography, my EXIf display plugin for WordPress. It’s no longer oriented towards Thesis, so for clarity and discoverability I’m changing the name to Exifography. It’s got a couple of new features, one of which is […]
This is a truly underrated app! Okay, maybe not literally since it has an average of 4.5/5 stars on the app store and most reviews are 5 stars. However it seems like no one in the tech podcasts that I listen to ever mention it, but they mention Snapseed often… Snapseed is cute, but I […]
This weekend, while I was out all day, I found myself wanting to respond to questions on my blog and for one of those I needed to check out the source code of the questioner’s website. The ability to view the source code of a web page is easy from your desktop computer, but it’s […]