Phase Two Of Quitting Google: Search

In the last blog post I mentioned that I’ve Quit Chrome. The blow is even bigger when I mention that on my iOS devices I am exclusively using Safari for my browsing. Now in order to start this article on the right foot, I want to talk about the alternate search engine… Illusion of choice The… [Read More]

Seamless #iPhone Blogging From @DraftsApp

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For quite a while I was looking for iPhone blogging solution. In the meanwhile, my needs extended to markdown and easy HTML implementation. My search is over As Drafts became my default iPhone text input and idea backup, the logical next step was to find an app tha will handle markdown with ease and allow… [Read More]

Cydia Tweak Review: IntelliScreen X

Now, instead of standard review of the productivity stuff, I decided to test something fun and totally unproductive. This tweak is your lock screen tweak and integrates Twitter and Facebook seamlessly.   I liked the product. It's a 10$ purchucse on Cydia. I believe you can ripp them off and try it for a couple… [Read More]

Phase One Of Quitting Google: Ditching Chrome

You remember me saying all the praises about Google Chrome being the best browser on the web. That one still remains true, but as I stated in the previous article, all the information that Google collects end up swimming in the same pool of information that will readily be available to our governments to track… [Read More]

Predictions 2012: 10 productivity upgrades that we are waiting for

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2011 was a great year for productivity. Tons of great apps came out, some of the old ones got better, and Apple pushed out iCloud that changed the game completely. Google polished it’s Android with Ice Cream Sandwich. Lots of great great things changed the way we work, share and entertain ourselves. But we as… [Read More]