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Paul Sufka is a rheumatologist working in St. Paul, MN who co-hosts The Rheumatology Podcast and RheumJC podcasts and writes his own blog.
Paul submitted his setup before the new MacBook was unveiled, but it sounds like his ideal setup might be within reach now:
I’m still waiting for Apple to come out with the perfect machine: the MacBook Air with Retina Display. I like to travel light, so I prefer the minimal profile of the Air, but adding Retina would make it perfect.
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Messages on Apple Watch is one of my most used apps. I love being able to quickly read and reply to new messages. Apple Watch does its best, based on the content of the message, to offer you some quick replies. If someone asks me a question, it might list Yes, No, and then the default replies that come with Apple Watch. Using Apple Watch for iPhone, you can customize this list.
Tweetbot for Mac, our pick for the best Twitter client for Mac, received a fantastic update today, which includes an over-hauled interface and lots of extra functionality. One of the big updates here is the ability to open multiple columns or windows. It’s a welcome update to our favorite client, and we’re also excited to see what’s in store for the iOS version as well.
Relay FM, podcast network of Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett, announced two brand new shows this week: Reconcilable Differences and Cortex. The first in this list features Merlin Mann and John Siracusa, which should be a fantastic show that dives into these two’s backgrounds. Cortex features CGP Grey and Myke Hurley, where Myke questions Grey about his workflow and habits.
Both of these new shows are being dubbed as “pilots” as they are initially only scheduled for 10 episodes, which is a fun new concept that Relay is excited to announce.
Wunderlist, our favorite app for shared lists, was reportedly bought by Microsoft for somewhere in the ballpark of $100-200 million. This is another popular productivity application purchase for Microsoft, so it seems like they have something big planned in the market. Either way, Wunderlist is a fantastic list and productivity app, and we hope Microsoft will treat it right as a new addition to the family.
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