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Drafts for Mac is Out!

Drafts is one of my most frequently used applications on iOS and I'm honoured to have been one of the beta testers for the Mac version. If you're interested in my thoughts then I wrote a whole review over on MacStories.

My Wishes for iOS 13

Apparently it's the season where everyone speculates on what might be coming at WWDC, while I'm personally hoping for new iMacs on the hardware front, there's a few things that I could see benefitting us on the software front, so just in case Craig's reading - I've been on my best behaviour this year ;).

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Automators 18: Terminal Automation with John Siracusa

On episode 18 of Automators David and I interviewed John Siracusa, web developer, Perl fan, and former reviewer of Mac OS X (as it was then) for Ars Technica. John was a wonderful guest on the show - we talked about what automation he does, and doesn't do - as well as the how and the why! Like many of our listeners John is very much a Mac first user - I hope you enjoy the show!

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Automators 16: Myke Hurley

In episode 16 of Automators we got to interview Myke Hurley, co-founder of Relay FM! Myke told us about how he uses automation - check out the episode to learn more!

Review: Satechi 75W Dual Type-C PD Travel Charger

Everything is changing to USB C - great! But also, eek. That means it's time for new chargers. Now, I'll grant you, I'm a nerd and I love shopping for new chargers! But trying to find one I want, that charges the devices I want, which can be shipped to me (Austria uses Amazon Germany, and as many residents of Austria are aware, lots of things "Cannot be shipped to Austria" - for reasons unknown) is actually not that fun after 3 hours of trying to figure it all out.

iOS Access Book Updated for iOS 12

Shelly Brisbin has been hard at work and updated iOS Access for All. It's a book about accessibility on iOS - walking you through using all of the Apple features designed to assist people. Additionally there are reviews of hundreds of accessible iOS apps.