2010 September 02

iTerm 2 in early development

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Power users of the command-line are no doubt familiar with iTerm , the free replacement terminal application. iTerm has been the go-to alternative for people who wanted tabbed windows and other advanced features. Development of iTerm has been fairly slow and irregular

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Twitterrific 3 for the iPad: change, tough love, and better

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Here’s a good sign that you’ve made some pretty significant changes to your application: three different people from the company write three different posts about the new design. That’s what the folks from Iconfactory did about Twitterrific 3. David Lanham wrote about Redesigning Twitterrific , not just the timeline, but also the settings, contacts, filtering, and more to “optimize the user experience.” Gedeon Maheux wrote about Twitterrific’s Tough Love , and realizing that Twitterrific had gotten out of hand, along with the steps they took to make it better rather than just pile more on top of it

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Set up your own Priority Inbox with Apple’s Mail

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Last month, Google released Priority Inbox , a system that learns which messages are the most important to you and highlights them automatically over time. It’s in beta right now and Google is slowly turning it on for its users. If you’re tired of waiting, or if you use Apple’s Mail and not Gmail, you’ll appreciate this setup from Ben Brooks .

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