Mac, 2012 Macbook Air
- Taskpaper - productivity flows through here.
- Hazel - an active part of my paperless workflow. Watches a scan folder, triggers OCR, scans for certain criteria, renames and tags scans based on criteria.
- nvALT - repository for all my text notes. Has a “readlater” tag which function as as a plain text read-later repository.
- TextExpander - what can I say? Used with Taskpaper to add tags and insert search strings; adds any number of work snippets to documents; adds weekly, monthly, quarterly lists to Taskpaper.
- Mou - dual pane markdown editor.
- YoruFukurou (Night Owl) - running it with tabs that contain lists/searches, all with mini view. Powerful. Best keyboard navigation of any Mac Twitter client that I’ve found.
- 1Password - solid password manager.
- DeltaWalker - compare volumes and files for additions, deletions, etc.
- Fluid.app - site-specific browser. I use this for sites I prefer do not track me such as Facebook.
- FruitJuice - battery management.
- GeekTool - used to put 5 days worth of appointments, the weather, and several Taskpaper lists on the desktop. 2016-07-12 not working for past few months.
- Keyboard Maestro - workflows triggered with keystrokes. I use this to intereact with my work VPN, trigger text manipulations with TextSoap (regex, etc).
- Quicksilver - a great and free launcher. Nice themes. Can trigger Applescript.
- PDFpen - for signing pdfs
- Wedge - app.net client.
- BetterSnap Tool - love this for making windows 1/2, 1/3, full.
- BusyCal - strengths I like are weather on the calendar, calendars organized into groups which can be selected or deselected.
- Day One. 2016-07-12 Have not made jump to new version due to security concerns.
- Leap - file manager, like icon views, reads tags from OS X, nvALT, Simplenote, DevonThink
- DevonThink Pro
iPhone, 6 Plus, silver
iPad Pro, 2015
- Pulse Secure
- PDF Expert
- MLB at Bat
- Inbox Pro
Watch, Sport, 42mm, space gray
- Messages (the killer app here for me)
- Countdown time
- (many 3rd party apps are too slow)
- Pinboard - what to say? …is great.
- Feedly - white theme in a Fluid instance. Clean.
- Twitter - love / hate
- App.net - still a fair amount of activity here
- Facebook - use it very little. Their privacy views are creepy.
- Startpage.com - becuase I don’t trust most of the others.