Tagged: New

Top-Level Domains

The New Top-Level Domains – Why I (kinda) Hate Them

When ICANN announced that the top-level domains available would finally get past the old .com, .net, .edu, .org (plus the national domain names like .ca, .uk, .cn, etc.) it seemed like it could be such a cool thing.  I mean, first, it can be terribly hard to find a domain name anymore.  In so many cases,...

Dash returns for iOS

If you’re an iOS or Mac developer, or web, or whatever, you may have heard of the developer tool for documentation: Dash. You may have read all the controversy, and may have deep feelings about how everything went down.  Basically, the Dash developer was tied in with a second account, one that, per Apple, was...

Notebooks – a new Note management tool for Mac/iOS

It’s early – I’ve just downloaded an exciting new app for Mac and iOS called Notebooks.  It’s focus seems to be more on management, organization and deep search, with strong tools to create and edit notes.  Not all the pieces are in place yet: No Apple Pencil sketch support, etc.  It uses DropBox for storage,...