I’m going to presume you already know what Day One is. If not I’m not going to go beyond saying it’s a journaling app, so go check it out and come back. Then I can get to the good stuff! I’ve used Day One on and […]
Here’s a quick Alfred workflow I made up to handle starting and ending the workday. There are two commands. Both are just super simple AppleScripts: Work Enabled work-related IM accounts Enabled work-related Mail accounts Activate OmniFocus Activate Calendar Activate Skype Fire notification
tell application "Messages"
log in service "<work-account1>"
log in service "<work-account2>"
tell application "Mail"
set enabled of account "<work-account>" to true
tell application "OmniFocus"
tell application "Calendar"
tell application "Skype"
display notification "Ready to go" with title "Time to work"
Rest Disable work-related […]
Previously I set up a Rube Goldberg method of publishing my Jekyll-based blog via Siri. Here’s a more streamlined update. Every step in the process is a potential breaking point. Fortunately, the two biggest that were breaking on me are also fairly simple to replace. IFTTT […]
Hot on the heels of setting up my markdown-dropbox-blog workflow, I realized I needed a more reliable way to regenerate and rsync the rendered files. The workflow I had set up worked fine for new articles, but not for edits to already-published articles, it assumed I […]