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Merlin Mann | Oct 19 2004
Use your del.icio.us inbox. It's a great way to keep up with your friends and your favorite topics.read more »
Merlin Mann | Oct 18 2004
Merlin Mann | Oct 11 2004
Had no idea NPR provided RSS feeds for upcoming features on their marquee programs.read more »
Merlin Mann | Oct 9 2004
You probably already know about Instiki. It’s is a terrific, elegant, beautiful wiki that I personally use for half a dozen of my own projects. I’ll probably run a longer post on Instiki some time in the future, but I can especially recommend the OS X install for Mac users. If you have a server that can handle Ruby 1.8.1, I can equally recommend the regular Ruby install. The app is gorgeous and works swell either way.
One of my favorite things about Instiki is how attractive and simple it is to use (PHPWiki, you’ll always be my first love, but sometimes, you’re just too high-maintenance). Instiki even lets you apply your own custom style sheets without having to change any actual code (Dear Typepad: Please steal this idea. Love, Merlin.). Here’s a quick tip for adding your own styles to your Instiki wiki.read more »
Merlin Mann | Oct 7 2004
Funny thing. I installed SideTrack primarily for its ability to emulate the “
So here’s screenshots of my setup, with notes where needed. Note that although I'm using Safari here, many of these bits should be even more applicable on Firefox, which generally allows more granular preferences control as well as more key bindings, I believe.read more »
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