As a subscriber since the first episode, I was honored and thankful for the opportunity to be a guest on this week’s episode of Mac Power Users: The Website Show. David and Katie invited me to share my expertise on WordPress. I was happy to oblige, though I offered my thoughts throughout the show as they explored other means of creating a website too.… Read more
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The second, in a perhaps recurring, probably on Fridays, selection of some of my favorite online reading the last few weeks. If you, like me, enjoy slowly working through your Instapaper queue on the weekends, then I hope some of these will be enjoyable to you too. (And if you see something on the list that you originally tweeted, posted or faxed to me, thanks!)
Outgrowing Evangelicalism: It’s Not Just for Scholars Anymore
A reflection by theologian Pete Enns on how both scholars, artists (and I would add, normal people) live in the tension of being Christians who find themselves on the outer fringes of evangelicalism.… Read more
Last winter, I wrote about how the Kindle Fire had found a special role for me as a curated content device. I’ve since moved on to a Google Nexus 7, which I like very much, and should get around to writing some thoughts about. But the idea is the same — it is a device that I restrict to only the content I send it’s way.… Read more
When I was eighteen and entering college, I reasoned that the two most important things in my life were faith and writing. I didn’t want my new life to crowd either of them out. So I resolved, each day, to pray for an hour and write for two hours. I joked at the time to the few people who knew about this arrangement that I probably had my priorities reversed.
Was crazy happy to see OmniOutliner for iPad yesterday and was crazier happier to see the price is only $19.99.
I was disappointed it took David almost 12 hours after the app hit the store to get a review posted to his blog. I think he’s slacking off.… Read more
Happy to read today OmniGroup’s announcement that OmniOutliner for iPad has been submitted to the app store.
Even much more happier that the blog post includes this bit of news about OmniFocus:
We’re planning some major updates to OmniFocus for Mac, polishing up its user experience to match the ease of use and aesthetics of the iPad edition, adding the Forecast and Review modes which we introduced in the iPad app, and adding support for syncing projects with OmniPlan.
A nice update. Biggest new feature is the ability to create multiple workspaces to sync with different folders, which means it can effectively sync with Scrivener. Still a little cumbersome compared to how PlainText handles sub-folders, but it’s workable.
Also includes a new added row of keys as an option, similar to iA Writer.… Read more