Expression Engine 2.9 may not have a big list of shiny new features, but it does have a great big update that I’ve been waiting for– an update to conditional logic!
I have a lot of calendars - work, personal, family. Some are Google calendars, some are iCal. I’ve spent hours trying to get them all synched up on my iPhone (link) but after downloading Sunrise, I can say with very little hyperbole that my life has been revolutionized.
VSCO Cam has what you’d expect from a photo editor app: features allowing you to edit, crop and filter your smartphone photos. What sets it apart from the millions of other photo apps is 1) it doesn’t have goofy features alike adding meme text or stickers and 2) it’s sleek as all get-out.
PeakFinder, where nature meets tech. It’s a super simplistic geographical interface full of mountain ranges and peaks. PeakFinder makes it possible to explore the mountains nearby – though it’s less about not getting lost and more about making sure you’re properly identifying all the peaks.
Whether you’re currently employed or actively on the hunt for something new, Hire My Friend seems like a good tool to have in your toolbox, because it might just come in handy someday. Like a hydraulic torque wrench.
I live by the philosophy that I am a consummate student – a student of life. I’m always learning, but I have a really hard time following through. Maybe I just keep getting distracted by that shiny new idea. Here's hoping that Everest will help keep me on track.
All it takes is a phone (it doesn't even have to be “smart”) and parking meters with a pay-by-phone sticker. PaybyPhone gives you three different ways to pay: download the app, use the mobile site or call the number on the sticker.
Days is all about “changing the way you share photos with your friends,” which sounds really exciting in theory. I’m all about changing the way I do things. But sharing more photos doesn’t really change anything for me except volume.