Heck yeah! The new Keyboard Maestro Field Guide is the perfect intersection of my favorite Mac Utility and my favorite Apple Nerd. These are so great. Not only is the video a great way to learn Keyboard Maestro, but each segment includes a transcript and downloadable macros.
I'll buy pretty much anything David Sparks makes. It's top quality and presented with enthusiasm and joy. For $24 I think this is a bargain. If you don't own Keyboard Maestro yet, I strongly recommend buying this course and see what you've been missing your entire Mac life. It's an incredible utility that I use every few minutes I'm on my Mac.
I'm a big fan of Drafts for iOS. It's a terrific writing environment and it can integrate with just about anything through URL schemes. But, URL schemes have a major limitation when I write long blocks of text. A URL can only support a finite number ...
With two HomePods in my house (so far) I have moved on to giving them the keys to as much as possible. My second step was to deploy Lutron smart switches to replace some Hue bulbs.
Why Not Hue
Hue bulbs are excellent. They are responsive, last a very long ...
The rough edges of HomeKit, Siri, and iOS show themselves a lot more now that I have multiple HomePods in the house. I have a strong suspicion that the teams behind these products aren’t designing them for a fully integrated and automated home. Let’s just take the case ...
Now that I've added a HomePod I'm finally getting around to configuring HomeKit with all of my devices. One Hue Bridge was no sweat but I have a second Bridge at a far end of the house. This Bridge refused to associate with HomeKit. I’ve left it ...
From Moving Electrons comes a nice tip about executing remote commands over SSH from Pythonista. It's simple in design:
- Connects to the server.
- Executes the command passed as an argument to the script in Pythonista in the remote server (more info in the following section).
- Once the command is ...
That little green airplane in my menu bar means something important. It means my Macbook thinks it's sitting at my desk plugged into my Thunderbolt display and on Ethernet. It also means that my NAS remote disks are mounted and ready for action.
Whenever I plug in my Thunderbolt ...
I've been beta testing the IFTTT iOS app for the past month and it really is great. I like it better than using the web interface for managing rules. The Macstories review is pretty definitive but I'll add one thing: The calendar view lets you see what rules ...
I've been meaning to highlight the Hazel tutorial over at MacOSXScreencasts.com for awhile. I wanted to make it all the way through the tutorial first. I have, and it's worth the $13 price tag.
If you are new to Hazel or consider yourself a novice at automation ...
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