Rather than put up a new post every time I do something somewhere other than here, I’ll save it up and get it all over with in one giant self-promoting shot once a month.
Here’s my Mac-heavy byline roundup for June.
- Gmail Power Tools [Macworld]
- Hands On with Mac OS X Snow Leopard (Developer Preview) [Lifehacker]
- Contributed sections to Customize the OS X Workspace and Manage Files in OS X Your Way [Macworld]
- Tweak Your Way to a Better Finder [Lifehacker]
- Extreme Makeover: The Email Inbox Edition [Work Smarter at HarvardBusiness.org]
- Master the Art of Working Remotely [Work Smarter at HarvardBusiness.org]
- Coming to a Microsoft Shop Near You: More Macs [Work Smarter at HarvardBusiness.org]
- Co-Twittering @Pelotonics with CoTweet [PeloLife]
- Springtime for Apple Podcast (MP3 Available) [Copper Robot]
- A rant on the uselessness of user manuals [T3 Magazine] — Doesn’t appear to be available online yet, but I had tons of fun writing this and will add the link when it comes online. T3 is a UK mag but I believe there’s a US edition available as well at your local newsstand.
That is all. Carry on.
Gina, instead of or in addition to a lump of links to external blog entries, you might consider feeding these to a sideblog and/or splicing them into a main “all things Gina” RSS feed. I’ve done both on my main blog via a combination of Yahoo! Pipes and Feedburner. I display headlines and/or summaries to three other blogs in the sidebar using Feedburner’s BuzzBoost feature, each grouped separately, and all entries are spliced into my main feed and tagged to denote their origin.
One of those blogs is shared, so I use a filter in Pipes to only show the entries I authored. Only problem is my entries can get bumped off that feed, but that just gives me incentive to post on a regular basis. 🙂