Chad Etzel, who recently went independent, released one of the most fun apps for the iPhone this year.
If you like to have stickers in messages but always wanted to make your own you are now able to with a few taps and swipes. You can use your camera, saved photos, or draw your own! This is honestly the first app that had made stickers fun for me since it was released on iOS.
I finally got a custom keycap for my Keychron K6 keyboard, and boy was it worth the wait.
KeebMonekey’s MAC Modular Artisan Keycap makes your escape key and tab key reminiscent of the Apple Macintosh days allowing the LED light from your keyboard to fill the “screen”. Worth every penny.
Patricia Hernandez, the editor-in-chief of Kotaku, talks with Alanah Pearce about the changes in coverage for Kotaku, online publishing in general, and the state of games media/journalism. A very open and enthralling conversation for anyone interested in online publishing and journalism. For extra credit you can read Patricia’s open letter after taking the EIC position.
Matt Birchler ditches his 2018 12.9” iPad Pro for the new iPad Air. His reasoning is great and honestly I am in the same boat as him when it comes to my uses for the iPad.
Today I am happy to present a Craft 101 video with James Eaton where he walks me through how to set up my Craft notes system, what I can do to make it more useful, and how to get the most out of this app.
This was a lot of fun to make and I can’t wait to see how it helps anyone looking to set up a Crafts notes system.
Things included in this video:
- How to organize your notes
- How to make Craft a PKM system
- The difference between notes, pages, cards, and blocks
- How to make a wiki for a person/author
- Many quick tips
I want to thank James for being a part of this and I hope to make a more advanced walkthrough with James in the near future as I get more time with Craft and look to take the next step with it.