All posts tagged as "workflow"

My Sublime Text Setup Revisited

Three and a half years ago (wow, time flies) I wrote a blog post detailing my Sublime Text configuration. Over that time, I’ve tried out a…

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Why Your Email App Sucks

2.5 years ago, I wrote a post about the state of email apps for Mac that surprisingly got a little popular on Hacker News. At the time…

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Deploying a Ghost Blog on Ubuntu with Capistrano

I recently set up a deploy script for a Ghost blog using Capistrano, to an Ubuntu server with Phusion Passenger. I had to figure out a few…

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My life is in my Dropbox (and yours should be too)

A few months ago, I realized that I was managing my files wrong. They lived on my Macbook and every so often when I thought about it I would…

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Review: Google Inbox

Inbox is Google’ latest software offering, and thus far, I love the way it’s changed my email workflow. Inbox is a web interface to Gmail…

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The Dock is Dead. Long Live Alfred!

The mighty Dock has long been one of the most recognizable features of OSX. Too long. At least for me, I find the dock to be an obnoxious…

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Mail Pilot (or, The State of Email on the Mac)

Let’s face it: email on OSX sucks. For all of Apple’s skill in crafting beautiful hardware (and as much as I like OSX as an operating…

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My Sublime Text Setup

Now that I’ve been using Sublime Text full-time for a few months, I decided to put together a short post detailing my Sublime Text setup…

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