In this issue: John shares his favorite moments from Monday’s Apple event and a macOS widget tip, Federico continues his series on his Obsidian setup with a look at how he’s using templates and a custom mobile toolbar, an announcement that we’ll be taking a one-week break soon, plus the usual App Debuts, Links, a recap of MacStories articles, and a preview of upcoming MacStories podcast episodes.
Taking a Week Off
Every summer, we take two weeks off to recharge before the busy fall review season at MacStories. With the launch of Club MacStories+ and Club Premier this year, we didn’t do that, so instead, we’ll be taking a one-week hiatus from publishing MacStories Weekly on November 5th, but we’ll be back November 12th with a brand new issue.
Thanks for being part of the Club. It’s been quite a year at MacStories so far, but we’ve got even more in store for Club members for the remainder of 2021, and we’ve begun making big plans for next year.
In this issue: Federico recommends Remind Me Faster and shares a Reminders tagging tip, John imagines the ideal modern read-it-later app, plus the usual App Debuts, Interesting Links, the latest happenings in the Club MacStories+ Discord community, a preview of upcoming MacStories podcast episodes, and a recap of MacStories articles.
A preview of upcoming MacStories podcast episodes.
AppStories 'Unleashed:' Recording Live in Discord on Monday
On Monday, October 18th, Apple is hosting an online event where it’s expected to reveal new Macs. We’ll be covering everything announced on MacStories and then hosting a live recording of AppStories in the Club MacStories Discord community where we’ll be joined by Alex Guyot to recap the event and share our first impressions. We’ll be taking questions from listeners too, so join us at 5:00 PM Eastern US time on Monday for what should be a fun episode. If you’re not a Club MacStories+ or Club Premier member and would like to join us you can learn more and sign up at plus.club.
– Federico, John, and Alex
Members of Club MacStories share their computing setups.
My setup story is, probably, a little unusual. On Boxing Day 2019, my husband and I left our home in London, UK, to take a three-month holiday of a lifetime in Australia. My husband was born in Australia, but we’ve lived in London for 20 years and had previously only come to Australia on short trips to see his mum and dad.