I came across an old, yet awesome, batch print trick for macOS yesterday. I had a series of PDFs that I needed to print and didn't want to have to open each file to do it.
Now and then I feel like I need a refresher on how to use certain forms of punctuation. Today it was the semicolon, which I have abused on multiple occasions.
Ever wondered if you could use the iPad Pro for everything your trust laptop does for you? Frederico Viticci has a very detailed answer for you so get comfortable.
Having been a manager and an employee, managed as part of a team, techniques for and examples of effectively management is pretty interesting to me. I have been listening to a great podcast discussion about this and I wanted to share that.
Stelios Constantinides has curated his favourite Paul Graham tips for start-ups in a handy Medium post titled "Paul Graham’s Startup Advice for the Lazy". Handy reading for entrepreneurs of various shapes and sizes. https://twitter.com/paulg/status/630132481732120576 Image credit: Power Point by Robert Scoble, licensed CC BY 2.0
Richard Best has a terrific guide to GPL for WordPress developers along the lines of the famously simple "human readable" Creative Commons license explanations on his site, WP and Legal Stuff, in his post titled "A human readable summary of the GPL". He actually has two versions, both of which are worth taking a look…
Our friends have been asking us about our move to Israel late last year so I started preparing a list of tips that have helped us and thought I'd share them. First, a little disclaimer: These tips don't replace advice you get from the various agencies and Israeli Ministries that have published terrific guides and…