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Here’s some reading for today … do your homework!
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Nearly twenty days after the last issue, here I am again putting some emphasis on meaningful posts / articles I’ve found on-line in my readings.

So here’s today 5 posts’ selections…

ExpanDrive – a network drive for the Cloud

Discovered by chance this morning, ExpanDrive seems to be like to become one of my favorite tools:

ExpanDrive creates a virtual USB drive that connects to all major cloud storage providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, Openstack Swift, Amazon S3 or your own SFTP, FTP or WebDAV server.

It’s available for Mac and Windows. Basic licence is per user, so if you have multiple machines with different OS you’ll need just one licence. Now excuse me, back to testing for my free 7-days full features trial period…

The modern web design process is very different to what it once was. Gone are the days when each role was so distinctly separated from one another. Collaborate more, communicate more, embrace the cross overs and focus on ways to work better together rather than separately.

Kylie Timpani

the Silent September

Yesterday in my feed reader suggestions an interesting, and long, article on the state and the illness of many music’ streaming services – like Spotify or Apple Music – came to my attention.

Streaming Music is Ripping You Off is this article by Cuepoint – a musical magazine inside the pages of Medium.com – that unfolds explaining in details how the royalties paid to the artists you listen are calculated and how much of them are actually given to those artists and not some other chosen by the system…

They make clear, and show why, that there’s something broken (can we dare to say rotten?) in the algorithms chosen by those services. Then proposes to fight back all of this with a simple hack.

Have you read it? What do you think about it? Personally I’ve already choose some young and talented italian artists to support that way…

Loose Leaves for Mac, instantly share what you write in Markdown

Loose Leaves for Mac lets you instantly create lightweight, beautiful, hosted pages from the Markdown you write.

Just select the Markdown you want to share, use the keyboard shortcut (⇧⌘C), and you instantly get back a secure link you can pass around.

Not exactly my kind of app, but could be interesting if you are always writing in MarkDown. Oh, and even if it’s a brand new app you can use it with OS X 10.8 or later … You can get the app from the Mac App Store.