Google’s own search results have clearly gotten worse. The comparison of how low they sometimes push the top actual result are eye opening. Daring Fireball: Google’s Search Results Have Gotten Worse Couldn’t agree more. It’s impossible to use Google without an ad blocker Organic listings are damn near impossible to find at times Personally, I’ve … Continue reading Daring Fireball: Google’s Search Results Have Gotten Worse →
Nothing in life is 100%. Escaping The Amazon – //Jason Burk I found Jason’s chronicling of leaving Amazon behind quite interesting. It’s something I’ve thought a lot about recently in addition to Google. I’ve been getting caught up in ensuring I can distance myself from every little facet of each company, but I need to … Continue reading Escaping The Amazon (and Google) →
If you are combining your Stream Deck with Keyboard Maestro, you’ll want to check this out. StreamDeck + Keyboard Maestro with KMLink — MacSparky Just purchased a Stream Deck to help facilitate a number of automations in my workflow, and couldn’t agree more. Try KMLink: https://github.com/Corcules/KMlink
For some reason being able to pick up my controller and play on my phone, iPad, or on my TV whatever the situation really fits into my life. ♥️ Stadia – Greg Morris I received a free Stadia package from Google for being a YouTube Premium (or YouTube TV) subscriber. To quickly recap my previous … Continue reading Playing Stadia →
Prior to using YouTube over RSS, I would open the YouTube app on my iPhone or iPad, browse the subscriptions tab and save any video I wanted to view in my Watch Later playlist. Then I’d start watching from there. YouTube Over RSS – Initial Charge Reading this piece from Mike hit home. I love … Continue reading Subscribing to YouTube RSS →
Overcast is a really good app, and I used it for years, but it doesn’t seem “fun” to me, and when it comes to apps, I like it when the design has a bit of character. Castro’s New Queue Widgets Couldn’t agree more with Chris on the above. However, I still can’t leave Overcast. There … Continue reading Castro’s New Queue Widgets →
Put the building blocks of IFTTT in your own hands. Go beyond if this then that with queries, conditional logic, multiple actions, and more. IFTTT Pro I’ve been using IFTTT for free since its inception. I’ve always hoped they’d do a pro level to help sustain them a bit longer and provide more value (much … Continue reading IFTTT Pro →
via Tools & Toys: The next time you’re thinking of buying a stuffed animal for a special kid or baby in your life, check out Jellycat’s shop. Doing what I can to share the Jellycat brand. My daughter turns 18 months today, and has absolutely loved each of her Jellycat plushes, as well as the If … Continue reading Jellycat — Super Soft Stuffed Animals with Personality →
Also — and this is a complete guess — it feels like a good opportunity for Apple to repurpose its siri.com domain, doesn’t it? Apple Once Again Rumoured to Be Working on a Web Search Engine — Pixel Envy Certainly does. However, and to link to the original post by Jon Henshaw, I think what … Continue reading An Apple Search Engine →
When watching the well-executed keynote in late June, it hadn’t dawned on me that the new Spotlight Search on iPad would be more representative of an app like Alfred and less representative of Spotlight Search on the Mac. Spotlight Search on the Mac is somewhat underpowered, and bringing that to the iPad seemed natural, evolutionary, … Continue reading Spotlight Search on iPadOS 14 →
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