Posts filed under “tools”

Linkbag of Tools

In general I tend to have about three standard tools open all day, and don’t often fool around with the millions of ultra-focussed apps out there which only do one specific thing. But in the last week or two, a few of them have managed to catch my attention enough that I have to share. […]

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Linkbag of Listening to Learn

I’ve read Andy Rutledge’s blog as long as it’s been around, and his articles have never failed to be opinionated, structured, intelligent and useful. Now he’s got a podcast called The Design View Show and I can wholeheartedly recommend it for designers, but also clients, project managers, and anyone else who needs to understand, communicate, […]

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Linkbag of Constant Noise

Although Noam Cohen doesn’t seem to understand how Tumblr and Twitter differ, he’s written an interesting article for the New York Times about the social effects of being constantly, but lightly, in touch with hundreds. And he quotes all–round smart Aussie lady and Twitter friend Leisa Reichelt. For those of you who’ve learned to love […]

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I’ll Tumble for Ya!

While still working on a coherent review of the Future of Web Design conference I attended in New York, I’ve distracted myself by setting up a Tumblr account. Ryan from 37signals and I had a long chat about it, and like too many other webby gadgets, I just had to throw it at the wall […]

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Bye Newshutch!

I started using Newshutch as my feed reader when it launched back at the start of 2006 because I was sick of how ugly and clumsy Bloglines was (and still is). Other than a few early days problems with slowness, I’ve been a big fan ever since. Now they’re closing down. I can understand their […]

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