- RT @PalantirTech: CNBC puts us in their 'Disruptor 50', kudos for radically changing how enterprises relate to their data http://t.co/Avviy… — 4 days 4 hours ago
- I’m at Franco Manca in Brixton. Awesome sourdough pizza! — 1 week 1 day ago
- RT @ssankar: @PalantirTech ad in @TheEconomist: Alien Technology… Alien Included http://t.co/8DbGvWNtSU — 3 weeks 5 days ago
- @MrBeebs85 I think you have the wrong Adam Horner. — 1 month 1 week ago
- BBC Horizon TV programme on big data right now … disappointed at the way it hasn’t even touched on privacy, data protection or human rights. — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- Stash rocks! (http://t.co/yyE0IQAvss), it is saving me pain. — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- Great Guardian UK Article: http://t.co/vT0PTxciLM - TL;DR "We are the 8%, come and join us" - @PalantirTech answer: http://t.co/gTyfVYlzM5 — 2 months 2 weeks ago
- Open vs Good - Gruber's awesome assassination of Tim Wu's fundamentally flawed 'analysis' of technology markets: http://t.co/ZGbGqlQe3T — 2 months 2 weeks ago
- @tomkozlowski you are always welcome in Grey Havens! No need to ask, you just need an -excuse- reason to be in London :) — 2 months 2 weeks ago
- Grey Havens 2.0 (that's the new central London office for @PalantirTech) is absolutely awesome, keep finding new and cool things that wow me — 2 months 2 weeks ago
The very fact that these guys are seriously considering putting a startup incubator on a boat off-shore to side-step visa requirements tells you that there is something wrong with the immigration situation in the US.
Cool to see @fredwilson interviewing Carlota Perez. Like finding out Yoda trained Obi-wan. Lineage of thought matters.
Michael Mace on the Kindle and iOS ecosystems
… the Kindle line is a Volkspad, priced to be the tablet thing that everyone eventually gets for basic content access.
While you are reading up on the topic, it is also worth checking out Mr Gruber’s take on Amazon’s New Kindles:
It’s all about the content, though. That’s the difference that other tablet makers missed.
I like my Applescripts and I like Alfred. Being able to run one from the other is great.
What I was quite particular about though was that unless your scripts were somewhere in your home folder (technically as long as they weren’t inside a “System” folder) then they would be found. However if like me you put your Applescripts where Apple tell you they should be, in
~/Library/Scripts then by default Alfred won’t find them. The other reason for putting scripts there is that a bunch of other applications expect them to be there too.
I have recently been playing with Alfred and especially the Powerpack options that allow you to do some of the most awesome shell hacking with a GUI that I have ever seen.
However, after playing with it for a bit I started wishing that I could quicklook items as I navigated through them in Alfred, so I asked their support for guidance and quick as a flash I got the following answer from Anna: