ⓔ Open Chrome apps quickly with AppJump

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Google has made it easier to start Chrome applications using the program launcher for the host operating system (Start Menu under Windows or on the OS X dock), but it feels cumbersome. That’s whereAppJump comes in. With AppJump, you can quickly access Chrome applications from the toolbar, without leaving Chrome. It also has the capability to […]

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ⓔ Hemingway writer helps you improve your writing

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There seems to be as many online text editors as there are stars in the sky, which can be helpful or a curse. Each has their strengths and weaknesses. Hemingway Editor strives to help you become a better writer. You can either write into the editor or copy and paste from another document. The Hemingway Editor […]

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Using Belt.io to copy and paste between devices

Yesterday I posted about using Pushbullet to send links, pictures, text and other data between your devices. It works really well, with only one fault. All your devices need to be logged into the same Google or Facebook account. This means it’s difficult to copy between a personal device and a work device, or a […]

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Communicating with Slack

I started getting into Internet Relay Chat (IRC) about 2 years ago.  IRC is a distributed communication platform that started in the late ’80s, but is beginning to see quite a resurgence. There are elements of IRC in massive usage today, most notably, the use of hashtags in Twitter.  Some companies that are offering services […]

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