Evan Kline

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  • Things 3.5 Brings UI Refinements, Tagging and Automation Improvements, Clipboard Integration →
    by Evan Kline on April 18, 2018 at 4:24 pm

    Federico Viticci writing for MacStories: Today, Cultured Code is launching Things 3.5, a mid-cycle update that refines several aspects of the app and prepares its foundation for other major upgrades down the road. There isn’t a single all-encompassing change in Things 3.5 – nor is this version going to convince users to switch to Things […]∞ Permalink […]

  • How to check your Mac for 32-bit apps before Apple kicks ’em to the curb →
    by Evan Kline on April 16, 2018 at 11:00 am

    Bryan Clark writing for TNW: Apple has recently begun warning users about 32-bit application compatibility. These applications are relics — although some are still in heavy use without a development team to support or update them — and will one day be phased out for the 64-bit versions most developers have been spitting out for […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Don’t Give Away Historic Details About Yourself →
    by Evan Kline on April 15, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    From Krebs on Security: Social media sites are littered with seemingly innocuous little quizzes, games and surveys urging people to reminisce about specific topics, such as “What was your first job,” or “What was your first car?” The problem with participating in these informal surveys is that in doing so you may be inadvertently giving […]∞ Permalink […]

  • #OpenWeb →
    by Evan Kline on April 14, 2018 at 4:26 pm

    Michael Rockwell writing for Initial Charge: The site aggregates headlines from independent publishers that focus on Apple products and software. It also serves as a directory of single-person weblogs within our community. Over the past few years, social networks have become less and less exciting to use and there have been some subtle indications that […]∞ Permalink […]

  • My Micro.blog Setup With WordPress
    by Evan Kline on April 9, 2018 at 4:50 pm

    I’ve tweaked how I’ve used this site with micro.blog a few times. During the last change, I inadvertently broke my ability to create most types of new posts on micro.blog. The short explanation is that I installed a plugin that detected when I added the “microblog” category to a post, and kept those posts on […]

  • Your Favorite Twitter App Is About to Break
    by Evan Kline on April 6, 2018 at 5:55 pm

    After June 19, 2018, Twitter is removing streaming services from third-party apps such as Tweetbot and Twitterific. This means that you won’t receive push notifications from those apps, and your timeline won’t refresh automatically. Twitter is doing this to focus “on data features and access, more than on delivering client app product features.” Despite having […]

  • Hyper-Scheduling Light With Things
    by Evan Kline on April 6, 2018 at 1:40 pm

    I’m a big fan of the work of David Sparks of MacSparky and the Mac Power Users Podcast. He’s recently written a few posts on what he has called “hyper-scheduling.” The CliffsNotes version of hyper-scheduling is that David blocks off time in his calendar for performing certain tasks. Jeff Perry of the Tablet Habit does […]

  • iOS 11.3 packs charge management for iPads plugged in for long periods of time →
    by Evan Kline on March 31, 2018 at 12:13 am

    Christian Zibreg, writing for iDownloadBlog: When the maximum charge level is reduced to protect the battery, the power indicator in the iOS status bar will display the charge based on the adjusted maximum battery level. The maximum charge level will revert back to the previous level when iPad is no longer connected to power for […]∞ Permalink […]

  • Search DEVONthink Databases using HoudahSpot →
    by Evan Kline on March 29, 2018 at 2:52 pm

     From the Houdah Blog: Now that you have all your documents stored and organized in DEVONthink, you can rely on both DEVONthink and HoudahSpot to always find the piece of information you need. I don’t use HoudahSpot often, but when I do it does a fantastic job of finding exactly what I need. HoudahSpot is […]∞ Permalink […]

  • What Should You Do with All Your Smarthome Gear When You Move? →
    by Evan Kline on March 27, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Craig Lloyd writing for How-To Geek: Smarthome devices are expensive, and if you’ve decked out your entire house with all sorts of fun smarthome toys, that’s thousands of dollars of extra value added onto your house, which can make for a great negotiating tool when it comes time to sell. I’m not planning to move, […]∞ Permalink […]