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What we published this week

Here is a quick look at the things we published this week. You can also stay up-to-date by following us on Twitter and RSS.

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Day One’s new Publish feature

A significant update to Day One, our favorite journaling and logging app, went out this week that allows you to selectively share entries to the web. The new feature is called Publish, and it’s really nice.

Shawn wrote a detailed post to explain the functionality of Publish and some of the ways he uses it. Even though the feature is only available on iPhone for now, it’s a sweet update to our most popular app.

Tweetbot and Pushpin updates

Two of our favorite apps — Tweetbot for iPhone and Pushpin — received some exciting updates this week.

Quick tip: Get the most out of iCloud tabs

One of the lesser-known features of iCloud is iCloud tabs, which keeps the tabs open in Safari updated on the Mac, iPhone, and iPad.

Stephen wrote a helpful tip on how to use iCloud tabs with your Mac and iOS devices. This is one of the features that works like magic, and I need to remember to use it more often. As an added bonus, he also discusses the extremely helpful CloudyTabs app and Editorial’s use of tabs as well.

Sweet Setup interview

This week’s sweet setup is all about Ian Hines, a Certified NationBuilder Expert & Architect, podcaster, dad, and all-around-nice-chap.

Shawn interviewed Ian back in 2009, and it’s really interesting to see how his setup, career, and life have evolved since then. They’re both interesting reads that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.

And, speaking of, Ian interviewed our own Stephen Hackett this week on his podcast, With Families, which you should also check out.

Igloo is an intranet you’ll actually like (sponsor)

Igloo is an intranet youยนll actually like

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