Gmail, MobileMe, Address Book synced contacts sanity

  • January 29th, 2009

Latest: Over the air sync options between iPhone & Mac + Google When Gmail first opened its perpetual beta email service, I realized that having contacts automatically added to my address book was a huge advantage. When it came time to compose a new message, the TO: field provided quick access to hundreds of contacts […]

Workflow favorite: GrabUp + PHP Directory Lister

  • January 27th, 2009

Select a portion of your screen, upload to image hosting service, copy unique URI, paste in an email or instant messenger conversation. We have all exercised the same redundant process of sharing screenshots. Right? Some people utilize dedicated screenshot applications like LittleSnapper or Skitch to manage screens locally which also integrate features like uploading via […]

Grid Focus first theme release of 2009

  • January 12th, 2009

Grid Focus was announced as the first new theme release for in 2009 via Almost Productive. Self-hosted WordPress users can continue to download the theme for modification and use from the official Grid Focus page. If you have always wanted to try WordPress, but shied away from the thought of setting up your own […]

Amazon S3, CNAME record, Panic’s Transmit, and WordPress

  • January 12th, 2009

Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service (S3) is the solution for anyone wishing to store or deliver massive amounts of data without eating up precious bandwidth on their own server. Amazon S3 works great for your computer and web hosting needs. Getting started with Amazon S3 Getting started with Amazon S3 is simple and takes […]

Video compilation of Vietnam, Thailand, and Korea

  • January 1st, 2009

Phil premiered the Asia 2008 video to us right before the New Year in full 1080 HD quality. Unfortunately, streaming 25 minutes of HD quality footage would be hopeless. I’ve compressed the video down to share online (sacrificing a bit of the quality). Enjoy a little piece of Asia thanks to Phil.