In episode 30 of Automators David and I thought we’d share a few of our recent automations with you – as well as updating my TextExpander outputs to accommodate a switch in my email addresses I had some fun with Shortcuts!
Episode 3 of Nested Folders has landed, in it we talk about building bookends – those magical periods of time in the run up to something in which we get everything done that we need to! I also trick Scotty into doing maths, and most important of all: Scotty has a new mic.
On top of this, to celebrate episode 3 we’re also having a competition: listen in for details on how to win a year of OmniFocus Pro and a copy of Build Your OmniFocus Workflow.
Last month I went to MacStock – it was my first MacStock and my first time speaking there too (why not combine firsts!) and I had an amazing time. For anyone who has been on the fence about going I would highly recommend it – so many friendly people and it turns out we all have at least one thing in common 😉.
I’ve put together a page of the resources from my talks: MacStock 2019 – here’s where you can grab the Shortcuts to download them, as well as links to the apps I talked about!
Disclaimer: Tom Bihn provided this bag free for a review. All opinions below are entirely my own.
You may recall that recently I reviewed my Waterfield Staad backpack which is a lovely backpack that I use a lot of the time. However there are times when I need to carry more than fits in this bag – trips where I’m away overnight or just need to carry a lot of things. When the chance came up to review a new Tom Bihn bag with a dedicated laptop compartment, clamshell opening and luggage pass through it seemed meant to be – and this was confirmed by the random number generator saying I won!