Tweetbot for Mac is filled—literally—to the brim (HAHA GET IT THE ICON IS A DUCK) with power user-y Twitter features, yet it still manages to look this good.
Exhibit # 73: multi-column (and window) mode.
Know what’s cool? A MarsEdit shortcut for quickly pasting your clipboard’s URL into a blog post.
Know what’s cooler? An AppleScript, whipped together by MarsEdit’s own developer in response to a customer, that can insert the URL of the current Safari tab and use the webpage’s name as the linked text.
This makes it easy to stick with the new album view but still use drag-and-drop to organize your media and take some of it with you.
Using Due’s Natural Date Parser For Time Conversion
I’m hopeless at time conversion. Thankfully, the natural date parser in Due understands timezone.
If I thought 10 AM made a good time for an announcement, I could schedule a reminder to do a retweet at 10 AM PDT for users in the West Coast, or 10 AM EDT for users in the East, just by typing that directly into the reminder.
Due would then automatically* convert the time to your local time in the reminder’s due date.