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ataylor
    @donm Thanks. Will check it out. Not sure if I want to go service-less or just Google-less.
    ataylor
      @donm no worries. Glad you like it.
      ataylor
        Are Lightroom and Aperture the *only* good RAW processing options? They both blow. Aperture is slow, Lightroom is clunky. I’ve just been using Photoshop’s built in processor until now; but it runs terribly in Mountain Lion.
        ataylor
          @seanc I’ve tried both. But IE7 and down account for such a tiny slice of traffic; it isn’t worth the extra page weight. Content is still legible.
          ataylor
            @alanhogan I have these things. Good combo; useless without each other.
            mrgan
              Anyone else hear "iStockphoto" and imagine a Russian dude? "Hey, I stock photo for you, my friend. Is no problem. I have business guy with tablet computer, yes. Look at my broken pig-bank photograph. Santa connecting many video cables? Yes, is my special!"
              ataylor
                I literally just logged 'Hangover' in time sheets.
                ataylor
                  @ttscoff RE: Systematic 20. Sounds like David would like using Fountain+Git+GitHub (or an alternative). Use commit messages and down-to-the-line commenting on GitHub for collaboration with other writers. Also sounds like he doesn’t want to give up rtf.
                  ataylor
                    @marc Percent is a pain in the arse if you want things to line up perfectly (like with a multi-column grid system). But I find using percent for larger container elements great.
                    ataylor
                      I'm getting back into RSS by culling feeds and subscribing to low volume single-author blogs: http://andytaylor.me/2012/11/22/getting-back-into-rss/
                      ataylor
                        @ttscoff I'm only using RMV because I had to in order to install Jekyll. Feel like I'm stumbling around in the dark every time I open Terminal, but slowly understanding it better.
                        ataylor
                          @treelo Sapporo and Asahi are everywhere in Australia. It was nice to have something a bit different.
                          ataylor
                            Hammer for Mac looks interesting: http://hammerformac.com
                            ataylor
                              @alanhogan of course the most obvious solution, is the one I did not try. Thanks.
                              ataylor
                                You'd think there'd be an iPhone app that could pull from a git repository, make basic edits and push back up again.
                                ataylor
                                  @seanc I wanted to start from scratch and learn it. Octopress seemed like too much. But yes, I love the concept of Jekyll.
                                  ataylor
                                    @edunexusonline I watched @dan's screencast 'Meet the Command Line' (https://peepcode.com/products/meet-the-command-line) and took shitloads of notes. The Jekyll stuff was just reading the wiki on GitHub.