Quick and easy graphs on Mac OS using GraphSketcher. Now open source.
- Why PowerBI use Talend.
- An explaination of the Four types of Enterprise Architecture.
- Fanboi’s step aside, the sheer number of iPads in education is impressive.
- Documentation on how to map an Alfresco space to a drive.
- Alfresco and Client WebDAV.
- Geeky podcast. Brett Terpstra in Systematic. OS X and iOS oriented, productivity geek heaven.
Off-topic, well, on topic, or both maybe: I’m finding it useful to write these ‘open loops’ as it’s just a bunch of links that I want to come back to, without losing them. Quite frankly it’s easier to find them here on my blog than anywhere else. I am the intended reader of these posts, but do let me know if your find them useful at all.
As a recent convert to the Mac OS X platform (I bought a Mac Book Pro), I’m loving OmniOutliner for creating outlines and documents, with one small annoyance. The default keyboard shortcut isn’t easy enough for me to use to move items up and down the outline list.
So when I found this article Alternative Options and Shorter Shortcuts I saw that using the same method I’d be able to ‘re-map’ ⌘↑ and ⌘↓ to move items up and down the list. And it’s worked. ☺