Links of the week
After having a child, I joined the scores of parents around the world grimacing when checking out the rising prices of children books, so this link was a god send:
Easy way to share a file and set up a chat session ? aka. "Why didn't I think of this first ?!"
Insightful article of the week :
Spiritual Project Management
This one will be another one of those sites, which I will go to from time to time for a pick me up from a spiritual perspective. What is unique about this site is that he, the author tackles some of life hardest questions with easy to understand writing with great illustrations to boot. Wish I had this resource during my awkward growing up phase. Well, guess it's never too late since I am just in the middle of that phase now!
Watch anime online ! Nuff said!
Currently watching Ghost Hunt and Parasyte. Tokyo Ghouls was great but then the ending a bit too abrupt and dangling for my taste.
Apps of the week
Another one of those apps so simple to use and made so much sense, I am still beating my head wondering why I did not think of it first ...
Fancy a great gui tool for tangling with github on a Mac, then you can't do worse than use their own tool ! There is however me thinks a missing link in my workflow when working with this app however which is the ability to fork the project from the app itself. For that you are better off using hub for github.
Github for Mac
I have always wanted to create a childrens' book and lately the urge just got stronger, yet searching for a self publishing tool for children book brings you through the seedier part of the Interwebs. Ironic if you ask me. Anyway, I found a somewhat usable tool for this from, please note this is a heavy install.
Amazon's Kindle Book Creator
Yes you guessed it, YET ANOTHER EDITOR ... this time written (partly) in Scala, presenting, claim to fame ? Welll, it's a lot like Emacs ?