@what3words looks super cool
— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) October 20, 2017
New DAM features in Luminar by @wearemacphun look damn good. Look forward to giving them a try. Wonder if there is an iOS version on the way
Hot on the heals of the new cloud based version of Adobe Lightroom comes a preview of Luminar’s upcoming DAM feature.
Luminar is awesome, and I will be excited to try its DAM features in 2018.
I’m enjoying the updated iOS App Store, with the new Today pane.
I think that its magic is in that it is updated daily, and that it has a really simple formula – a game and app of the day, and two articles about apps, games, etc.
Interested to see how the new Lightroom CC suite will work.
I was a long time Aperture user, and am yet to really warm to Lightroom. But if it becomes a powerful iOS, macOS & cloud solution then it might become interesting.
Will look forward to reviews.
One of the great things about iOS 11 is the multitasking capability, and with it the emergence of so-called ‘shelf’ apps. I’ve been a user of Yoink on macOS for years, and have been looking forward to its arrival.
Yoink has arrived on the App Store, and it has quickly proven to be a simple and powerful shelf app. It provides much of what I expect having been a user on macOS for a long time – a simple interface in which I can drag and drop various items. This video gives a good overview of some of Yoink (for iOS)’ capabilities.
While I was waiting for Yoink’s release, I stumbled across Gladys, another simple but powerful shelf app. This one has been being rapidly iterated with updates, including the ability to zip single files or groups of files stored on the shelf. Nice.
Copied is another cool app. Not strictly a shelf app, but a poweful clipboard manager that I use heavily in my writing.
These apps are cool parts of my reading, researching and writing workflows, and are a big part of showing just how cool the iPad Primary lifestyle is progressing…
Whatever way you look at it, Singapore is a colourful city. It boasts a colourful mix of cultures, cuisines and language, and it boasts a rich array of colourful architecture.
The building no longer functions as a police station, but its presence, colour and architecture tell a story – a story that is rich with the history of a building that has served as a colonial era police station, a Japanese wartime kempeitai and into the modern era as a government building.
The resurgence of blogging has been an interesting journey in recent times, with the #Indieweb movement and many of the early adopters of micro.blog being part of that resurgence.
I’ve been enjoying the writings and casts of @colinwalker, and have come to enjoy his explorations of this, and his journeys in setting up his blogging infrastructure to suit his style and needs.
Colin has today posted his initial RequiredReading page to orient his users to the top 10 posts (and casts) that reflect his blogging philosophy, and the evolution of his blog from 2003 to the present.
For example, Colin posts the following:
I struggle with the conflict between writing something new and building on existing ideas but shouldn’t; a blog is just as much a process, an evolution of thought, as an act of creation.
He’s right – he shouldn’t worry about that. IMHO a blog represents an evolution of thought, and a realisation that building upon existing ideas is a wonderful journey, as much as having new ones.
Colin has challenged me to think about the purpose of my blog, and I will likely take a look at developing a required reading page of my own at some point to reflect the top 10 posts I want people to orient themselves to in order to get a flavour of my blog.
Have a read – not only are the posts important for understanding him, they’re all great reading in their own right.
Pixelmator 2.4 for iOS is released.
With support for drag and drop, Pixelmator maintains its position as one of the best choice for photo editing on iPad.