OmniFocus 2 Round-up.

After a lot of development time, OmniFocus 2 for Mac is finally out. I’ve been beta testing it for a while, and I have to say that it’s definitely an improvement over OF1, which I’ve been living with—and relying upon—for some time now. While I’ll leave the long reviews to the experts, I have to […]

OS X Mavericks.

While the new iOS looks pretty sharp, I’m most excited about this new multi-monitor support in OS X Mavericks.Two monitors + Apple TV display = heaven. If only there had been a Retina Thunderbolt Display announced…

Protecting Your Mac.

The Mac Lawyer shares a few decent tips for protecting your Mac. It is mostly basic stuff, but reminders are always helpful. (Especially if you have a new Mac like me and forgot to trigger some of your old security settings.)

Alfred 2.

One of my favorite Mac apps, the fantastic universal-searcher Alfred, was just updated to version 2. It’s still free, with an optional (but worth it) Powerpack for about the equivalent of $20. The newly-added workflows seems to have some potential, but until I figure them out it’s slightly annoying all the old extensions have disappeared. At […]

Do Stuff.

As part of series of videos on OmniFocus, David Sparks speaks about that most important of things in Getting Things Done: actually doing things. Also worth a watch is Sven Fechner’s A Fresh Take on Contexts.

Just Like Starting Over (with a new Mac).

A new Mac brings new possibilities: a way to completely reconfigure how you use your computer. While desktop changes and software changes and all customizations can, of course, be done at any time, obtaining a brand new computer provides one with the best opportunity for starting fresh. And when I obtained a new Retina MacBook […]

Evernote 5 for iOS.

As if the awesome Evernote 5 Mac Beta wasn’t good enough, there is a new iOS version coming out soon. (Unfortunately, I can’t embed the video—but head over to the site to check it out.) Evernote is the most indispensable app I use.