Deleted Google Chrome from my MacBook and iPhone because Chrome is bad!

Returned to using Firefox as my second (work1) browser.

Safari reigns supreme as my default browser. It is native, lightning-fast and the built in reading list feature is more than ‘enough’ – no plugins required.

  1. I use different browsers for personal use and work – keeping them in separate buckets. ūü™£[]

In the wild and extended!

Brett and David (Elastic Threads) have just released nvALT 2.1, the latest version of their Notational Velocity fork. A number of updates have been included. A particularly  useful addition is the auto-pairing of matched characters. David has also developed extensions for Chrome and Safari, enabling you to create notes from a snippet of text or a whole page.

If you’ve already been using nvALT 2.0 you can up date from within the app, if not get it here.¬†You can read more about the updates here: nvALT 2.1 in the wild, and here: nvIt – Chrome and Safari extensions for nvALT.

If you want to know why you should be using nvALT, read this: Perfect ‘Simple’ Note Making, and this: Notational Velocity – Freedom To Write!