• New X-Pro 2

    All new X-Pro2 from Fujifilm.I can’t wait for that sensor to trickle down to the X-T and X100 models.

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  • Centerstage

    This is a nice little Mac App from my pal Cory — it is a menubar controller for iTunes. It looks nice, works well, and allows you to heart things on Apple Music. Go check it out.

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  • Lodinatt Backpack and Shoulder Bag

    It’s a backpack and a shoulder bag, and I quite like it.

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  • A Month With Two iPads

    Karan Varindani on buying an iPad mini to compliment his iPad Pro: If I had to sum up my thoughts on having two iPads after a month, I would say that nobody with an iPad Pro and an iPhone needs an iPad mini, but it’s so damn convenient having one. I could certainly see that […]

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  • I Don’t Miss My Apple Watch

    Justin Blanton on selling his Apple Watch: I had just a few on the watch, but rarely if ever jumped into them. They were just slow as shit across the board (even after watchOS 2.0), and I otherwise just couldn’t find much utility in them. I found myself using the watch almost exclusively as a […]

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  • Tool Pen Mini by Mininch

    I got one of these for Christmas (thanks Dad) and it is perfect. Often I only need a few small driver sizes and so my large kit is overkill. Most of it is for opening battery compartments on toys for my kids. This is great. All in the size of a pen I can store […]

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  • Why No One Blogs Anymore

    Robinson Meyer: But is there a place in the web ecosystem for this kind of writing anymore? And is the cost of using Medium, which will centralize writing and create a kind of publisher/publishee power inequality, worth the ease? What will happen when widespread abuse comes to Medium, the way it’s come to Twitter? And […]

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  • Why Ulysses Is My App for Notes and Writing

    Long story short, I had trouble finding notes so I moved everything to Ulysses.

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  • GQ and Forbes Go After Ad Blocker Users

    From Techdirt: The war against ad blockers didn’t start when users began using the software. It started when online outlets refused to understand that content is advertising and advertising is content, and if any part of that equation is bad, the whole thing falls apart.

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  • Incase City Compact Backpack

    A really great small bag for when the Bullet Ruck doesn’t fit your computer.

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  • Some Follow Up on Newsletters

    You’re just not going to convince me that they are better than a website.

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  • Looking Back to NaNoWrimo

    That thing where I am probably reading too much into a small sample size, and then handing out that information as advice.

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