DevDocs: DevDocs brings together the reference documentation of various programming languages and APIs in a single, organized, and consistent interface, with features such as instant search and keyboard navigation.This is an extremely useful tool for web designers and developers that provides a quick search function for documentation regarding HTML, CSS and jQuery.Via Web.AppStorm
If there’s one feature that we love to use our iPad for, it’s the calendar. Whilst the calendar app might not be to everybody’s taste, what with all the fine Corinthian leather, there are hundreds of alternative calendar apps in the App Store, each with their own ideas and features. Having used many alternative calendar … Continue reading Calendar Alarm
MacTuts+: If you need to manage a number of Macs, say in an office or workplace environment, then you’ve probably heard of Apple Remote Desktop. It’s a powerful tool that lets you remotely manage and administer other Macs simultaneously. In this screencast, we’ll take an introductory look at Apple Remote Desktop and perform a few … Continue reading Manage Macs Remotely Using Apple Remote Desktop
FreelanceSwitch: In today’s technology-driven world, having a website for your business is an absolute necessity and probably the most important part of marketing. Almost a third of the entire world’s population uses the internet so whether you’re a freelance writer, a web developer, a professional speaker, an estate agent, or a micro business owner, it’s … Continue reading How to set up your online business presence with Squarespace
You may have noticed a lack of new posts on Sparsebundle over the last few days. I've been working on migrating the site over from Pelican, a Python-based CMS to Kirby, a PHP-based one.Kirby, in addition to being PHP, is also a flat-file CMS. It reads text files written in Markdown similar to how Pelican … Continue reading Kirby CMS Migration
Marco Arment explains a little more about why John Siracusa's Hypercritical t-shirt was originally pulled from sale: The previous shirt design included this 25 × 32 icon from the original 1984 Macintosh. On the final day of his previous T-shirt sale, after more than 900 shirts had been ordered, the original icon’s artist emailed John and me … Continue reading Hypercritical T-Shirts 2.0
Er, yeah. AOL. I don't know which is more surprising, the fact that AOL developed their own Google Reader replacement or that AOL is still around.It's in private beta so not much is known but wow, totally left-field.