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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