macOS

Easily distracted? Mac tools that keep you focused

The Mac tip from a few weeks ago was Easily distracted? Mac tools that keep you focused. This was an interesting tip to write because when you sit in front of the computer all day, it's sometimes hard to quantify how much productive work you get done. Like now, updating my blog, for instance. =) If you're in front of the computer for 14hrs a day, how many of those ...

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Digital pack rats will love organizing with EagleFiler

Last week's mac techmail was Digital pack rats will love organizing with EagleFiler which talks about EagleFiler, one of my favourite file organization apps on the mac. It has a welcome Finder-like interface, but makes managing files so much easier than simply trying to duplicate the organizational structure in the Finder. Read the tip for why I like it and what advantages it offers. The primary reason for my liking EagleFiler ...

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Enterprise Subversion gets a boost with Cornerstone 2

Last week's mac techmail was Enterprise Subversion gets a boost with Cornerstone 2 which looks at my favourite GUI subversion client on the Mac: Cornerstone. The new version has gotten a seriously sweet overhaul with a lot of really nice new features and tweaks. Cornerstone is, in my opinion, top of it's class and there are no other GUI subversion clients that come close (that I've tried). I still use the ...

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Web page editing and design with Flux for the Mac

Last week's mac TechMail was Web page editing and design with Flux for the Mac which looks at the Flux WYSIWYG HTML and CSS editor. I'm really an old-school web designer (using tools like textmate or vim, and hand-coding everything) and you can tell... my web skills are nowhere where they should be if I wanted to stay "on top" of the web design game. Thankfully, web design is more hobby/necessity for ...

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