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Holly Is a Web-Based To-Do Manager for People Who Love the Command Line

I’m pretty happy with utilizing Evernote as my to-do / organizer, but I’m intrigued by Holly. I’m minimally gonna try this out. It seems right up my alley. Holly Is a Web-Based To-Do Manager for People Who Love the Command Line Holly App: Task Tracking for Nerds

Internet Get Your News Ticker-Style with Retickr

This looks interesting, and I’ve been meaning to try this out for the better part of a week. I’m an RSS fiend, so this seems like it’s right up my alley. Internet Get Your News Ticker-Style with Retickr

Hackinations: 5 Really Good Lion Tweaks

Everyone’s had a little time with Lion, that is if you’ve upgraded already. Personally, I’m not a fan—especially of the oft mentioned “natural” scrolling, which doesn’t work for me as a desktop convention. In fact, all the changes that are trying to make OS X feel more like iOS kind of irk me. That being […]

Home Sharing Play Counts in iTunes

Crap. I thought I posted this on Friday. Oh well. It’s published now. I was in the preferences checking to see if my library was shared at work, and came across the setting above, which has been on my wishlist for iTunes forever. I’m not sure exactly when this appeared. If it’s what I think […]

Quick Game Review: Mondo Solitaire — More Solitaire Than You'll Ever Need

Solitaire is probably the most popular application on all Windows machines — it helps that it’s on every version of the OS since Windows 3.x. On the Mac, it’s not the same. No solitaire is included, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t options out there. Look no further than Mondo Solitaire by Ambrosia Software. A […]







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