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Wake Up to Music
This pair of apps feature a beautiful user interface designed by Jenni Leder, a simple system for entering time, and the ability to wake up to your favorite music.
Wake Up to Music lets you choose a playlist from your local music library.
Read the Getting Started with Wake Up instructions to learn more about the app and how it works.
The Dharma Talks app allows you to simply and easily listen to Mission Dharma’s Dharma Talks on your iOS device.
The app stores the Dharma talks on your device – so you can listen to them anywhere – and keeps track of where you are in the talk if you stop it.
Track is an open-source, browser-based time tracking tool that I’ve created to solve the problems I see with most time tracking. The application only runs on your local machine in your browser and doesn’t need to connect to a web server.
Track’s interface is similar to a very pared down chat application. You type in what you are doing, and Track saves that information along with the current timestamp. When you change tasks, you type in the new task and Track saves it again. This allows you to think about what you are doing rather than how long you are doing it – perfect for people that want to get things done rather than fiddle with their timekeeping.
You can find the Track repository on GitHub.
Write, Powered By Magneto
Write, Powered By Magneto is an iOS application that I use to write my blog posts. It is not anywhere near complete and has a few bugs that I know about and will be fixing soon. But to me, it is the easiest way to post to Magneto, the static site blogging engine created by Don Melton.
Since Magneto is a static site generator which parses ruby templates and markdown files to create html pages, Write’s functionality is limited. It uses Dropbox to modify the markdown files in the particular way that Magneto has them setup and moves drafts to the proper “live” location when posting them, but unless you have Magneto running on your web server then you will still need to deploy them manually from your computer.
You can find the Write repository on GitHub.