We’re seeing a lot of innovation happening as a result of Google Reader’s shut down. While it’s causing some grief and irritation in the short run, I think we’re going to soon be enjoying some awesome alternatives in the near future. Competition always spurs innovation. Here’s an update.
Scrivener is fully customizable and can be set up to support the way you work in any number of ways. Here I look at formatting the text in the workspace to make it easier on my old eyes. I’m taking advantage of Scrivener formatting presets to set things up my way.
This search engine will quickly grab your attention!
Great tips for putting the Flickr iPhone app to work for you.
This video presents a basic overview of the Scrivener app.
Interesting ideas. Genealogical and historical societies could implement something similar too: With the rise of ebooks, public libraries are at a crossroads. Some book publishers, fearful that library ebook lending will cannibalize retail sales of books, are reluctant to supply ebooks to libraries at the very time that library patrons are clamoring for greater access…
You now have full access to Posthaven and can import your existing Posterous blogs, create new blogs, create new posts using the web post editor.