Friends of Smile: Busy Lately

Greg Scown Blog, News, Podcasts, Software Releases

Friends of Smile have shipped some wonderful things lately. We thought it would be great to take a moment to acknowledge them. 1Password 6 and 1Password for Teams Our friends from Canada, AgileBits, have been particularly busy, shipping 1Password 6.2 for iOS, 1Password 6 for OS X, and introducing 1Password for Teams, currently in beta. We’re huge 1Password fans here …

Smile Goes to Yosemite (The Conference)

Philip Blog, Photos, Podcasts, Public Appearances, Smileworthy

(Or, Way Too Many Smileworthy Things In One Blog Post) Last week Smile was proud to sponsor Yosemite by CocoaConf. Not just an excuse for us to make our own Yosemite desktop art, this intimate get-together featured speakers from the world of development and design, relating valuable learned life experiences. (Need help dealing with burnout? How about tips on programming …

Greetings from Sydney

Philip Blog, Live, macmania, Photos, Podcasts, Public Appearances

It's Jean here in Sydney, Australia, in advance of joining up with this year's MacMania cruise. It's going to be a great conference, with chief TWiT Leo Laporte, Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline, Allison Sheridan of Nosillacast, Sal Soghoian, the Apple Product Manager of AppleScript and Automator fame, among others.  This will be my third MacMania cruise. The first two were …

SmileOnMyMac Partners Interviewed on MacVoices

Philip Blog, Live, Podcasts

Everything you always wanted to know about SmileOnMyMac … Chuck Joiner is not afraid to ask! Philip, Greg and I were guests on MacVoices. We talked about how the company got started, how our products have evolved, and where we might be going in the future. Greg let it be known that we are unlikely to move into the first-person …

TextExpander on MacMerc.TV

Philip Blog, Podcasts, TextExpander Tips, Video

Rick Yaeger of MacMerc.TV has just released a great introduction to TextExpander. Rick covers basic text snippets, autocorrection, URL shortening and more in just five minutes. It’s very entertaining, too! I highly recommend you have a look. If you have more than five minutes, we also have the TextExpander screencast, produced by Don McAllister of ScreenCastsOnline.