Monthly Archives: September 2013

Scripting News: Rube Goldberg would love this.

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Real-time notes: Linking Radio2 to Evernote via IFTT.

The idea As I was listening to one of the speakers at the Evernote conference, I was doing what I usually do while listening — reading my river and passing on links to my linkblog feed. They flow through RSS … Continue reading

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Real-time notes: Linking Radio2 to Evernote via IFTT.

The idea As I was listening to one of the speakers at the Evernote conference, I was doing what I usually do while listening — reading my river and passing on links to my linkblog feed. They flow through RSS … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Kindle UI problem solved.

See yesterday’s piece for background. To get to the Home page, which was previously gotten to by clicking the Home icon in the upper-left corner, this is what you do: Click on the three-horizonal-lines icon which is where the Home … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Kindle changed their iPad UI. #arrrgh

Arrrgh. I just bought a Kindle book for the trip home, but the Home button in the iPad/Kindle software is gone. There’s nothing on the screen that looks like it leads to the home page of the Kindle, the page … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Marc Canter office hours in SF.

I’ve been friends with Marc Canter for many many years, through lots of ups and downs. I have tons of Marc Canter stories. As I’m sure do many other people who have been in tech as long as Marc and … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Connecting Concord and Ghost? (Both are JavaScript apps, one server, one desktop.)

I see that Ghost is starting to ship. It’s an open source WordPress workalike that’s written in node.js. Looking for a way to hook Concord into a mainstream CMS so people look at it as an easy to use editorial … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Celebrating ten years since BloggerCon. (Oct 4-5)

October 4-5, 2003 — the first BloggerCon. The first blogging conference in the United States, and one of the first in the world. Lots of amazing people were there, connections made, friendships established, ideas explored, and I think the world … Continue reading

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Scripting News: This dialog is torturing me.

This wins the award for the most annoying dialog in existence. It pops up in Chrome/Mac dozens of times a day. It’s like a cyber-mosquito. I think it’s a plot to get me to provide input to algorithms guiding one … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Writing in fresco.

You know what fresco painting is? Basically the artist spreads plaster on a wall and then paints quickly. Whatever is there when the plaster dries is what you see. That’s what blogging is like. And that’s why you can get … Continue reading

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