Command + D
For those temporary files (screenshots, email attachments, etc.) we need to save/open to and from the desktop, it’s helpful to have a shortcut to show the desktop’s contents quickly. When viewing an open/save dialog, simply use Command + D to jump right to the desktop.
has a feeling, if there is a Hell, it includes an endless playlist of high schoolers’ renditions of The Star Spangled Banner.
has the Bill Evans complete discography and your jealousy.
is listening to a girl on the bus tell about her ‘friend’s friend’ who made out with a guy who turned out to be a cannibal. Oh urban leg …
just talked to Matt and Will. They send their best. 118 miles along the trail in 8 days. 2000 more miles to go.
is sending a friendly reminder: If you don’t have your data backed up, you should. Imagine if everything was gone. http://tinyurl.com/c27yha
might possibly consider the possibility of going all open source if it weren’t for Photoshop (… and OS X). GIMP has a long way to go.
just ate 18” of sub, 9” of garlic bread, and a bowl of soup. Boom!
has confirmed, with his awful luck, that truth is stranger than fiction.