I will be in San Francisco the week of WWDC 2014 and have planned a meetup for Minimal Mac readers and fans. Here are the details.:
Stop on by if you are in town during that time. This will be very informal. I have made no arrangements or given fair warning to the venue. It just happens to be my favorite bar/restaurant in SFO — and, perhaps, the best Irish Pub in America. I’ll likely show up a tad early and leave around 10 PM or so — maybe later. So it might be better if people kind of come and go whenever. No pressure to show up right when it starts or stay until I leave.
Mark it on your calendar. I’m looking forward to seeing any and all who are able make it.
"No is the foundation that we can build our yes on."Seth Godin — Seth’s Blog: No is essential
Wonderful. You can buy your own stickers and see many other examples here: http://notonappstore.com
The Cramped is my latest new project focused on the other subject I’m obsessed about: Writing with analog tools. I’m sure I can’t be the only one who likes modern technology and good paper and nice pens. If that fits you too, check it out and tell your like-minded friends.
As much of an advocate as I am for using the built in tools whenever possible, I have to say that the built in Contacts app on the iPhone is pretty bad. I rarely use it directly. When I do have to interact with the data there I usually do it “through” the applications that hook into that data (email, messaging, etc.). And, if I do need to look up something about a contact, I go to the phone.app and use the contacts list there. And, don’t even get me started on the useless abomination that is Contacts.app on the Mac…
Mingle is an interesting new action-driven take on a contact app for iPhone. It makes searching for contacts lightning fast and the ability to take action a simple swipe and release gesture. It is one of those things that even the video on the website could not portray well enough. You have to use it to really “get it”. That said, as soon as I did, it became my new go-to contacts app on my iPhone.
I’ve been using the beta for a little while now but it was officially released in the App Store today for only $0.99 cents. Worth a look.
"Ultimately, productivity is a symbiotic relationship between humans and tools. Your device is what you make it."
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