Notational Velocity is my favourite note taking app for little bits of information you’d like to save anywhere then be able to recall later.
Notational Velocity sync broke in October 2018 when the sync engine they relied on (Simplenote) changed the domain of their notes server. Over at GitHub there’s been a fix, but it hasn’t been distributed yet.
In the meantime, if you love Notational Velocity and can’t live without it, you can use NVAlt which is basically the same program but it’s been updated so not as to have the problem. It even uses exactly the same database.
I’ve never done a movie review before, but this looks great. It’s the story of some people who left Apple and tried to invent a smartphone… and failed… but paved the way for lots of other technology. Looks very interesting.
It is against the YouTube terms and conditions to download a video from YouTube and put it into your Keynote presentation. But if you have the author’s permission you are allowed to stream a video from Youtube. The only way I know to do this is using a free application called ‘LiveSlides’
You can download the live slides application from here:
Every now and then I stumble across a life changing app that completely changes the way I interact with my computer. Quicksilver. Devonthink Pro. Jumpcut. Keyboard Maestro. 1Password. Dropbox. Hazel. These are Apps that I cannot do without! In my 20 years of being a mac user there has been a handful of such apps that are mandatory to install on any new computer that I use. I’ve just discovered a new app to add to the collection – Unclutter…