Super win for Windows Phone, of which I’ve been a fan since its UX first showed up on the Zune. You heard me.
Free Tumblr Idea: go stand in line for stuff—trains, bathrooms, planes, doctors, Samsung phones, DMVs, grande openings—and write reviews of the experience as a comparison to standing in line to buy an iPhone.
I really wish WordPress’ blogging UX wasn’t so terrible and Microsoft-ian. If they threw in a dozen or so more buttons, we could call it a Blogging OS.
People are generally on board with not copying and pasting someone else’s entire article or post because that’s plagiarism.
Yet people are perfectly fine grabbing and sharing someone else’s image or video, often without attribution or even deliberately stripping any remnant of attribution, because… ?
Day One is a fantastic, refreshingly polished journaling app from Paul Mayne for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. I love it for general journaling (aka, a diary), but its flexible nature lends itself to any number of uses from a travel log, a work journal, baby books, a workout or diet log, and much more.
If you’re in the “I really want to try Day One but I have no idea what I’d use it for” camp, Paul rounded up a ton of blog posts people have written about all the unique uses they found.
The Tumblr 3.3 for iOS update picked up link auto-fetch and a camera roll in your camera.
OMG the smartest thing I’ve ever heard the most incredible advice you’ll hear all month
Some smart words to consider if you don’t want to sound like an idiot
all the time and forever by speaking in too many absolutes.
Been itching to get a good search box on your Tumblr? Manton Reece just gave you a backscratcher (test it on the search box in the sidebar of his post). Bonus points: it acts as a text backup service for all your posts, and the service costs $8 a month.
I made a new Tumblr thing.
Thanks to @Isaiah on App.net for the push.