Craft 2.0 introduces extensions which will enable the next chapter of the popular writing application to unfold in 2022.
Don't miss the 2021-01 update to my blogger workflow where many new tools were added and an important one was kicked out for privacy protection reasons. It's been a while since I provided an update to my blogger workflow. The last time was back in September of 2020. It's time for some tweaks. Click to... Continue Reading →
Quite a few things happened since my previous blogger workflow update, in March. Mailbrew is in, Apple News is out, forgot about Reddit and a few surprises. Let's dig in. The biggest change is the introduction of Mailbrew Mailbrew comes in to complement News Explorer as a tool to help me get more efficient at... Continue Reading →
If you are a blogger like me, you may find it interesting to learn about what tools other bloggers are using. If you are not (yet) a blogger, you’ll see what it takes to start and thrive! As a long time blogger, I’m happy to share with you all the details about my workflow. You’ll... Continue Reading →
Today, I have to admit that I was wrong about Medium. A few weeks ago I published a post on Medium to say bye bye1,2. I was there at the beginning of this publishing platform and published quite a few articles. But I didn’t like the monetization of Medium overtime. I realized my stand on... Continue Reading →
As I recently wrote, I’m now using Ulysses for my writing needs. Before that I was using WordPress.app. For To-do, I’m using Things on the Mac and on iOS. I recently read an article from The Sweet Setup on how you can combine Ulysses with Things in order to help you manage your writing tasks.... Continue Reading →
After officially switching to Ulysses, I’m glad to see those great additions to the already great app from thesweetsetup.com: Quick Capture with Ulysses on iOS: Using the Share Sheet and Shortcuts to Save Ideas, Notes, and More by Matthew Cassinelli: To me, tools that enable new writing opportunities are what demonstrate the value of digital... Continue Reading →
Since my comeback to my blog last fall, my writing sessions were always done online using the WordPress block editor. I even wrote about their Gutenberg editor of WordPress being hard to get used. It didn't mattered to me if I was on the go with my iPad or at home, WordPress seemed to offer... Continue Reading →