Here’s the thing:
Yes, from time to time we need Photoshop.
More frequently, we need Apps like Pixelmator or Acorn.
But for the remaining 97%, we wish for a much easier, much faster App!
And now there is one!
Quick and Dirty is for all those time consuming and ever repeating tasks.
I don’t care about another stupid music streaming service – even though this one will probably kill even more creativity in even less time, but hey: people want it this way. I also don’t care about Hangouts or self-fulfilling hashtags.
I think the most important thing Google introduced yesterday is: Android Studio.
The biggest problem with developing for Android is not the hundreds of screen sizes or the fragmented user base – it’s the developer tools. Eclipse is a nightmare.
This is about to change. This early version of Studio is, of course, crap as well. But it is a big step in the right direction. In two or three years, developing for Android could be as easy and as fun as developing for iOS.
You can say whatever you want about Google but in the last year they really tried to help developers earn more money with Android. Again, there is still a long road ahead but at least they are working on it and from what I see, it’s looking good so far…
Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. I’d bet it would be (to some degree) the same for every other country on this planet if someone actually did this for them as well…
Tonight, Apple approved the latest Write 2 update.
The list of things I’ve done this time is very long. Here you are:
Changed conflicting shortcuts for zooming
Fixed Open Recent menu bug
Improved list function
Improved text layout
Improved typewriter scrolling
Improved iCloud integration
Fixed some glitches
“Bwah, do I hate that bitch!
Just look at her skinny ass. In that pantsuit. C’mon, who wears those anyway? And those shoes! And did you see how she had to swagger in them in front of everyone in today’s presentation?
Hey look at me! I’m not wearing a bra and I’ve got really nice boobs and you can stare at my little butt and sneak a glance at my pricy thong!
And what’s with that giggling all the time?
I swear, one day I’ll stuff her laughter up her so well toned ass that it will come out the other end.
She has to be used to puking anyway – she’s always gone so fast after meals and she always returns with a half full bottle of water.
Well, I guess she uses this as good practice for her swallowing anyway. If all those dicks she’s sucking only knew what had passed that way a few minutes earlier.
Did you hear? She must have fucked that new guy from the purchasing department in his first week. Is there a single guy left in our firm who she has not jumped yet?
And for that matter – could someone please tell all those idiots how ridiculously they always start to behave the moment she enters a room? Seriously, what do they all see in her – other than a quick, cheap fuck?
And you know what the worst part about her is?
She’s actually able to leave her house in the morning wearing a white dress, walk across town in a downpour, change a tire on her car in the afternoon and have spaghetti at the best Italian restaurant in town in the evening and she will come home and her dress will still be spotless. It’s fucking unbelievable!
Oh, I really hate her!”
I’ve just uploaded the latest QnD update featuring support for the upcoming 10.8.4, improved performance, and newly added support for automated GPU switching on newer Books. In most cases the integrated GPU should to the trick and therefore your Books should stay cooler and quieter, since the ‘big’ graphics card won’t be triggered anymore, unless you’re really doing heavy stuff…
Just put my first photo into my encrypted diary this morning and put it into the gallery and am overwhelmed by what a thing of beauty this app is. I wasn’t even a real diarist before but these days its a pleasure just to make a new entry. I’m also the proud owner of write2 and Recipe both equally elegant and a joy to use. I found you in a fit of pique against Microsoft and their new pricing policy, its a shame it took me so long look for an alternative. You and your apps have made a lovely difference to my life and I thought you’d like to know!
Best regards Tracy