My thanks to Internodal, the makers of Agenda Minder, for sponsoring Macdrifter this week. I don’t carry a lot of sponsors but I like to think the sponsors I work with are the best people out there. Agenda Minder is a new Mac App for managing meetings made by people that know how effective meetings are created. So many people forget how important an agenda is and I love that Agenda Minder focuses on fixing this common problem.
My thanks to Pagico for sponsoring Macdrifter this week. The new version looks fantastic. It looks so good that I’m running a longer than usual ad copy. Pagico runs on multiple platforms, makes reference material a core feature (like I do) and syncs everywhere.
Some apps are great at managing projects & tasks, and others are great at managing data. Pagico 7 is one of the few apps that combines data organization with task management into one easy-to-use package.
My Thanks to the folks that made The Ultimate Unofficial Dropbox Guide for sponsoring Macdrifter this week. It’s available in a universal format for only $17. It’s also a great resource, no matter how sophisticated your use cases are. Want to host a Web site with Dropbox? That’s in the guide. Want to clean Dropbox with Hazel? Yup, in there. Just having trouble syncing TextExpander snippets? That’s in there too.
My thanks to curbi for sponsoring this site. curbi is something that I can really get behind. It helps to enable technology for kids by reducing the risk for parents. What a great product. Seriously, if you have kids, it’s worth at least checking out the free trial.
It’s a common news story today. “Children spending too much time online!” Every day you can find an article about the ever-present internet and what it’s doing to the next generation.
Thanks again to Shawn Blanc for sponsoring a week of writing on Macdrifter. If you’re getting some down time for the holidays I’d suggest picking up Design is in the Details while it’s on sale. It’s a great collection of inspiration if you make stuff or if you just like thoughtful products. It sure would be a nice diversion during a long flight.
My thanks to Shawn Blanc for making Delight is in the Details and for sponsoring Macdrifter. It’s a terrific experience and you can get a crazy 25% discount this week.
Bridging the gap between good work and great work is easier said than done.
There is no checklist that includes all the details which need sweating over — we figure it out as we go, and it’s on a project-by-project basis.
Thanks to this week’s sponsor, Tap Forms. I guess I have several reasons to thank them.
They make a terrific personal database application for Mac and iOS that I use They made it easy to migrate from, the now defunct, Bento They’re sponsoring Macdrifter this week As a former Bento user, I was disappointed regularly. The updates were mostly paid bug fixes and while the form designer was intuitive, the syncing was miserable.
Thanks again to Mr. Reader for sponsoring Macdrifter. I really can’t say enough good things about this RSS reader for iPad. All of themes for the app look gorgeous and the extensibility is unmatched.
Mr. Reader comes with some core actions but the action customization is wide open too. Using placeholder tokens for an article, such as URL, author, title or even selected text, you can create a huge variety of your own personalized tools.
My thanks to Mr. Reader for sponsoring Macdrifter this week. It’s my preferred news reader on any platform, thanks to the elegant design and powerful actions. It also supports a huge variety of RSS aggregation services so it’s likely you can start using it today.
SponsorThis article is about a sponsor's product. While I received payment to mention them here, everything in this article comes from me. I really like Mr.
I’m excited to have PCalc for iOS as a sponsor this week. It’s been on my home screen for years and is still the most efficient way to do calculations.
SponsorThis post is about a sponsor's product, PCalc. I've recommended PCalc to many of my friends. It is hands-down the best calculator out there. When I need to do a lot of math, I do it with PCalc. As usual, all of the words and ideas in this post are my own about something I like.