Musings & Thoughts:
I believe that if they do an iPad mini it will be a lot lighter and very confortable to hold - About all the iPad mini rumors
That’s great! So now I can store all my PDF files in Gmail so that they get searchable. Awesome. - about that Gmail now indexes attachments so they get searchable
Not many USB Flash Drives has both as fast Read as Write speeds as this drive. In fact, I have only found one more and that was huge, clunky and ugly. And I have really done my research. So I choose this one. And I am sure that you don’t have a faster than this ;) - about my new SanDisk Extreme 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive. See video here.
Check out TextDrop https://www.textdropapp.com/home/Home
plain-text-primer-nvalt–101 - great article about using plain text
Great quote about what MarkDown is:
Markdown is an easy and very readable way to format plain text with bold, italics, headers, block quotes, links, lists and images in a way that can be quickly exported to HTML.
Here is my Panorama Photostream:https://www.icloud.com/photostream/#A1JtdOXmGadwmE
- Apple added a new social photo sharing service in iOS 6. We can now share photo streams. Either privately or publically. Here is my public panorama photo stream.
Markdown is a lightweight markup language, originally created by John Gruber and Aaron Swartz allowing people “to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML)”. Search for more info. ↩
An outliner is a computer program that allows one to organize text into discrete sections that are related in a tree structure or hierarchy. Text may be collapsed into a node, or expanded and edited. Search for more info. ↩
A video blog, sometimes shortened to vlog (pronounced ‘vlog’, as opposed to ‘v- log’) is a form of blog for which the medium is video. Vlog posts are created by creating a video of yourself or an event and uploading it to the Internet. Search for more info. ↩
Invented by Adobe Systems and perfected over 20 years, Portable Document Format (PDF) is now an open standard for electronic document exchange maintained by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). When you convert documents, forms, graphics, and web pages to PDF, they look just like they would if printed. But unlike printed documents, PDF files can contain clickable links and buttons, form fields, video, and audio. Search for more info. ↩