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Themes in Tweetbot 5 — The Untitled Site →

🔗Chris Lawley writing for The Untitled Site:

With some major design changes it feels like a whole new app. There’s some hidden easter eggs as well that I’ve noticed people may have missed. If you go into setting, tap Support Tweetbot, and give them a tip you can unlock different themes. After that go into display and you can now change your themes. My personal favorite is Pumpkin.

This was something I hadn’t noticed until Chris told me about it. I’m currently using the Manhattan theme.

A Slab of Glass 19: Using Your Teeth with David Sparks

After sharing their thoughts on GTD, Chris and Jeff talk with David Sparks, a man who needs no introduction with GTD. The three of them talk about their task managers of choice, dealing with overwhelm in their GTD lives, and David shares a wealth of insight in getting started with getting your tasks in order. You can listen to this episode on your podcast player of choice, or just head to the A Slab of Glass website.

Consistency Club

From Consistency Club:

We’re building a high-touch service that helps people track habits and achieve their goals.

Our methodology is built around a belief in the power of external commitment – in other words, you’re more likely to stick to something you’ve shared with another human being than something you’ve punched into an app.

I signed up for this via a Twitter ad (first time for everything I guess). I am very interested to see how this works. If you have $20 and need someone to keep you on track I would say give this a shot.

How to Use Digital Ocean for Web Development on an iPad – the Sweet Setup

🔗 Curtis McHale writing for The Sweet Setup:

While some people have loved the latest editions of MacBook Pro keyboards, others have not. I fall on the side of not liking them at all, which left me with a choice to make with my aging 13” MacBook Air. Do I keep using it or look for alternatives?

After trying Linux and other machines, I turned to my 9.7” iPad Pro wondering if I could do all my work from an iPad. I already had my writing, audio editing, and video workflows nailed down with the iPad, but there was a gap for my web development work.

After some research, I was happy to find that it’s quite possible to do all my web development work on an iPad in almost the exact same way I worked on my MacBook Air. Not only did this give me a much less expensive computer with which I could replace my MacBook Air, it also gave me a much more portable and focused work environment.

Here is how I do web development on my iPad Pro.

Before I thought it wasn’t possible to do this kind of stuff on an iPad, but I’m glad I was wrong.

Honestly, this is impressive. Bravo Curtis.

Getting Caught Up 20: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Episode 20 of Getting Caught Up is finally here after some time away. I am really excited for this one! Mike and I talk about our feelings and criticisms of the book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson. It has its high points and its low points, so give this a listen if you have also read this book or just want to know our feelings on it to decide if you should buy this book or not.

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