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Old App Versions with Siri Shortcuts

  • September 20, 2018
  • Blog

When Siri Shortcuts came out I was extactic to get my hands on it and see what it can do, but I ran into a problem that I think needs to be addressed by Apple and the Siri Shortcuts team.…

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The New Workflow

  • September 19, 2018
  • Blog

When I first started using the iPad full time the automation app Workflow was an up and coming app that allowed power users of iOS make some serious changes in how they did their work. Creating and finding Workflows to…

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The Trail Mix of iOS Keyboards

  • August 22, 2018
  • Blog

With my iPad only lifestyle, there has been a pain point that's been present with a lot of iPad Pro users: keyboards. There never seems to be a perfect keyboard for the iPad that is agreed upon with everyone. In…

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I Made a Mistake

  • August 21, 2018
  • Blog

Yesterday I made the decision to post something without really thinking about it first. I have since removed the post and am replacing it with this one. Long story short I said I am a Mac person and that my…

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Send To Things 3 – Drafts 5 Action

  • August 2, 2018
  • Blog

I have been using Things 3 for a little while now as my main Task Manager, and I think this is sticking for me. I love being able to plan my days with their default sections, and the power it…

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How to Use Audio Hijack for Podcasting

  • July 31, 2018
  • Blog

I recently interviewed a guest for A Slab of Glass who mentioned they wanted some help with Audio Hijack and how to record a podcast with it. I have been using Audio Hijack for a number of years as my…

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Why Podcasting Should NOT Be Free

  • July 23, 2018
  • Blog

Nir Zicherman writing on Medium: For almost every single podcast Anchor hosts, the cost to us is less than 10 cents per month. That means that hosting your podcast for an entire year costs Anchor around one dollar. If Anchor…

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David’s Hyper Scheduling Workflow

  • July 18, 2018
  • Blog

David Sparks has been experimenting with Hyper-Scheduling for quite some time now, it started on his podcast Free Agents and trickled into the new podcast he has with Rose Orchard called Automators. It’s no surprise he has now made it…

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The Power of iOS Keyboard Shortcuts

  • July 17, 2018
  • Blog

Using keyboard shortcuts on iOS allows you to fly through the tedious tasks of editing, formatting, and moving items to where you want them to be. Since I use the Smart Keyboard with my iPad a vast majority of the…

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Our Favorite Workflows – ASoG 12

  • July 13, 2018
  • Blog

Christopher and I decided to talk about some of the things we love about Workflow (soon to be Siri Shortcuts), and what automation could mean for iOS users down the road. This was one of my favorite topics to date…

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