I got into using Poster a few weeks ago and it has become since then by far my favourite way to blog from the iPad, or in fact, to blog in general. The combo of Poster and Drafts provides just an excellent experience and I haven’t used anything else since then.
The latest version adds (amongst other features) image uploading and it works just smoothly. If you blog with WordPress and write Markdown you really should have a look at it.
<a href=”http://productivpad.ca/using-photogene-to-insert-images-in-posts/=”link”>Using Photogene To Insert Images in Posts
While working on the post on Drafts I ran into this very useful article via the Agile Tortoise website. I haven’t used Photogene myself in a while, but it worked just fine when editing the screenshot on the iPad. Much easier and smoother than trying to use Photoshop Touch.
Very interesting article over on TidBITS, which fits timely with a post I’m working on and makes me once more curious about App.net.
[via: some friendly person in my timeline. Sorry but can’t find the tweet anymore, but will update once I found it]
Very interesting and somewhat amusing view into the rumor mill. (via @matt)
Do you remember the concept video with the two finger swipe selections? Wouldn’t it be awesome if this, then only concept, would be available in your favourite Markdown editor?
Gabe has just posted a nice article over on Macdrifter on the Logitech K760 keyboard and I couldn’t agree more. It’s a great keyboard.
I am still trying to figure out a decent stand/transport case for the keyboard though.
My somewhat obsession with anything Markdown shouldn’t be any secret to you, my fellow visitor, by now anymore, hence my enthusiasm for Brett Terpstra’s freshly updated Marked.app shouldn’t come as any surprise to you.
If you use Markdown and haven’t checked out this software I strongly recommend to do so. I’ll save you my own views on this brilliant piece of software and rather send you over to Macdrifter for a few insights into the software.
If you read my last not so über-serious post you will have already figured how much I enjoy working in iA Writer. The happier I am to realize that all versions (iOS and Mac OS, or whatever it is supposed to be called now) of the app have received an update today and at the same time introduced an iPhone version of the app.
The iPhone and iPad version is an universal app and looking at the font on my iPhone I can’t wait to see how it will look like on the retina iPad display. One nice new feature of the Mac version is the optimized and styled Finder preview.