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December 15, 2016

Back to the Macintosh Ecosystem

I tried. I tried to move my entire development workflow over to the Chrome OS. I think I would have arrived, had it not been for lack of a real photo workflow. For someone who takes and processes 100+ pictures a week, I was not able to find a suitable application that worked offline and did what I needed. Back to embedding in the Apple ecosystem.

June 3, 2016

Second Application Published in Chrome Store

Write-Txt always works offline. Write-Txt has one purpose, to allow you to capture thoughts through writing. If later you want to stylize a document paste the text to an app more suited for that.

Why do it this way? Because this application allows you to focus on capturing your thoughts. With each key stroke your file is saved. You get real-time:

- Word Counts
- Character Counts
- Line Counts
- Time of last save

All of which can be hidden if you choose.

This application is designed to work off line, which is what you should be if you are capturing thoughts with no distractions.

Check out Write-Txt in the Chrome Web Store by clicking the logo below.

May 15, 2016

First Application Published in Chrome Store

Monitor RAM in an easy to see dashboard.

I've created a real-time memory monitor that allows you to see how your Chrome OS device is utilizing RAM.

The meter will stay on top of all windows and can be easily moved to an area of your choice by dragging the window title.
I personally use this application to monitor the effects of installing a new application, extension or while visiting a website.

It is free and small. Give it a try and let me know what you think!

If you have a Chrome OS device, head to the Chrome store and search on RAM Meter. Or go directly by clicking the Web Store logo below.

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