Speaking of Applescripting Evernote here’s a great script to scale embedded images.
Great collection of Evernote tips. One great thing about Evernote is how scriptable it is. One of the few recent apps that really embraced Applescript.
What Drobo doesn’t tell you about the Drobo. I’d nearly got one due to so many podcasts praising them. Yet then a few people started telling me the downsides. I’m glad I got a regular RAID instead.
A starter’s guide to iOS design. (HT: Ash Furrow)
How to know when Apple gets iCloud right. About right – especially about Apple using the same APIs.
Different take on Google IO. He was actually there. I liked the Google Maps changes but didn’t mention them. He and others have noted Android not being front and center.
Apple adds Applescripting of Airplay to iTunes. (HT: John Gordon) I guess Applescript isn’t quite dead yet. I immediately thought of this sketch.
Solving the iCloud CoreData problem. (HT: CocoaManifest) There have been a few projects like this I’ve seen like TICoreDataSync. It’s probably best to wait to see what Apple does at WWDC though.
I used to do a lot of linguistic and pseudo-AI type code and am now getting back into it. So I found this treatise on metaphor identification in large texts quite fascinating.
FatUrl. Like link shorteners like Bitly but lets you shorten a list of links and have them appear in pseudo-tabs. I’ve not yet decided if I like it but it might be useful for Twitter and ADN.
Sharing data locally between iOS apps using url schemes and the clipboard. (HT: Michael Tsai) Hopefully with iOS7 all these UTI hacks won’t be necessary.
Using EventScripts and Bluetooth proximity to automatically turn lights on as you walk into a room.
Memtest for testing all your memory. Nice little package. Run from the command line. Also see the allmemory command.keep looking »