Freeing creators and consumers from traditional constraints It’s all in the name 👨🎨 Craft is a relatively recent arrival at the Apple software party, and it’s caused a bit of a stir. It’s bloody gorgeous, dressed to the nines, and has a growing number admirers. Craft plays in a fashionable space. Note-taking, wikilinks, backlinks, collaboration…… Continue reading Craft
"Thousand dollar computers aren’t things most people can afford to buy that often" My MacBook Air. It's pretty, but I hate the bloody thing. In 2019 I bought a MacBook Air. I was quite excited. It was new and shiny and all dressed up in a pretty rose gold colour and everything. But it's been… Continue reading iPad Air highlights MacBook’s faults 👎 💻
Sorry, TaskPaper, it's not you, it's me... 👋 I recently wrote a comparison of Craft and Notion. I didn’t really like either. I didn’t really get it. I moaned about Things. I sang the praises of plain text and TaskPaper. I clutched my notebooks firmly to my chest. My problem, dear reader, was that I… Continue reading Craft – Boy, was I Wrong! 🇪🇺
Reinventing the wheel? Screenshot courtesy of the author; Craft and Notion icons via craft.do and notion.so I first became aware of Notion because I watch a lot of productivity, creativity and various other tivity videos on YouTube. Several people spoke very highly of this application. They could not run their businesses or, indeed, their lives… Continue reading Craft and Notion 🤔
Downsizing, migration, the bezels and the chin! Migration under way! I recently ordered a new 24-inch M1 iMac to replace my 27-inch unit. This is how I’ve found the new, smaller machine after a couple of weeks’ use. My greatest concern before ordering the 24-inch iMac was the screen size. I’d used a 27-inch model… Continue reading 24-inch iMac – Two-week Review 🖥
SEO title: Cultured Code's Things task manager gets dumped SEO description: Martin Sketchley discusses Cultured Code's productivity todo app, and discusses the pros and cons of alternatives such as Notes, Reminders and Notion
Find out why novelist and scriptwriter Martin Sketchley is replacing his 27-inch iMac with a smaller, 24-inch M1 iMac, despite the reduced screen space.