Forklift licenses are half off. Forklift is the first Finder replacement I’ve stuck with for more than a week at a time. It’s also included in SetApp if you’re subscribed to that.

Tinderbox 8 has added AppleScript support. This opens up all sorts of fun opportunities. A simple example: Export from Tinderbox to DEVONthink.

I wonder if this could have anything to do with my cholesterol numbers.

I’m slowly but surely moving back into the wonderful combination of TheBrain, Tinderbox, and DEVONthink.

I love sending emails from my Protonmail account ( to another Protonmail user. Privacy feels good.

I never did find my TWSBI 580 after the move, so today I replaced it with the Aluminum version in Nickel Gray. IMO the TWSBIs are the best pens you can get for under $100.

I’ve decided that two pages are the right number of “Morning Pages” for me. Nice and symmetrical. Also, writing three pages is too much and makes me avoid writing them at all.

You have to love grain if you want to get along with T-Max P3200.
(Nikon F3. Nikkor 105mm f2.5)

Tinderbox 8 is available and is another solid update. Map views continue to improve. Filtered outlines are really handy. Tinderbox remains the most useful app on my Mac.

I was just able to log into Flickr with my normal email address. No longer requiring Yahoo is a welcome, long-awaited change.

I know I’m getting old because my first reaction was, “Oh what’s this bullshit now?!”

@fdgonthier Fair question. I refer to it as "text file fatigue". Everything looks the same I spend too much time tweaking so I move to "easier" or "prettier" options. And immediately regret it :).

I’ve spent the last week or so trying to quit Emacs again and it won’t stick…again. Org-mode is crack.

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