Nothing quite like an afternoon revising and realigning your blog design. When I don’t do my own creative projects, I forget how much I need that time.

I’ve been having email issues on my Mac with Mail.app lately. Not staying connected or able to connect without restarting, decided to give Airmail a try on all my devices.

If you’ve never downloaded Hazel for your Mac, fix that. Just set up a bunch of rules to sort my receipts and received invoices into a yearly archive, so easy and it’s going to be a massive time saver.

This week has felt very admin-y, lots of numbers and paperwork, looking forward to spending some time doing some creative bits tomorrow.

It seems to be a day for securing usernames and domains. Just need to the Twitter handle now.

I just secured 18TWO.com. Now the question is, do I stick with .co.uk as the main domain or switch to .com?

The sun is out, the sky is blue, the evenings are lighter. Nothing like a bit of good weather to keep you relaxed after a break. Praise God!

Very proud of my Dad who lead his church through a Passover Seder tonight for the first time. Throughly enjoyed it.

A Not Quite Full Review, of a Not Quite Great Twitter App: Twitterrific ›

Ben Brooks’ review of Twitterrific 4 finishes with this little comment.

It doesn’t feel finished — it feels like a version 1.0 product. If this was a version 1.0 then I would be excited for its future, but given the version 4 nature I am hardly impressed.

A fair assessment, but essentially this is a version 1. It’s so different to the previous versions and I believe that the Iconfactory actually started again like they did on iOS with the new version. Still, some of the decisions they’ve made are odd.

As a side note:

You can’t close image windows (Twitpic and the like) with the keyboard.

Try pressing escape and you’ll find this comment incorrect. I was being driven mad until I stumbled across this though, so I can see where Ben is coming from.