I’ve always classified articles I save on a scale of one to five stars. With this one from Matt Gemmell, I’ll have to add six.
When tens of thousands of customers, I suppose the laws of statistics dictate that you’re going to have a few disagreeable one. With those, it’s probably best to listen to what they have to say, and just move on. But given the effort we’ve put into making Rego a good product, I can’t seem to help getting a little upset sometimes when I run across them.
This post is written for the Apple App Store user, “Rumpel5t1″. Since it’s not possible for me to contact you through the App Store, I’m contacting you through my blog. (I’m assuming that by Googling yourself, you’ll eventually end up here.)
A friend of mine who started investing in the Permanent Portfolio several months ago, wrote to me with concerns about the porfolio’s performance. Here’s my reply to him.
As it’s unlikely that Evernote (the new owners of Skitch) are going to add Amazon S3 as an upload target for Skitch, I discovered a hack to make it happen.
For being one of the world’s largest and most active online services, it’s surprising how buggy the Twitter website is. Read to find out why.
Another reason for hosting your own email.
In my job (probably just like you) I work with lot of files on my computer—images for websites, screenshots for the App Store, financial statements and receipts for the accountant. Here’s how I assign standard names to all those files.
And so it goes—I’ve now worked with every major telecommunications provider in Spain, and have had serious problems with all of them. Here’s the latest about Movistar.
Eye opening comments on American poverty statistics.