I currently have two Macs in my workflow, a 13" MacBook Air and a 27" iMac. My iMac is my main work machine in my home office while I use my MacBook Air on the go. For the most part the docks on both are mirror images of each other. I have loads of apps on both of my Macs, but I depend on certain ones a lot more than others. Here's a look at the ones that currently earn a spot in my dock...
Marc, Seth, and Rene talk to Guy English, Chris Parrish, and Thomas Unterberger about Aged & Distilled's new image annotation app, Napkin, it's origins, the choices they made, and how they got it shipped.
Napkin is a brand new take on image annotation crafted for the Mac by Aged & Distilled. Combining intuitive gestures, fluid shape creation, just-type text entry, and a lot of really disciplined, really smart interface choices, it manages to bring the immediacy of iOS to OS X, producing results that are as fast as they are beautiful.
Rene and Marc iterate through Apple vs. Samsung, Metro name changes, and Safari 6 sRGB, and interrogate Luc Vandal of Edovia, and Thomas Unterberger about Screens, Napkin, and the Çingleton Symposium. This is Iterate!