The Ghost blogging platform was originally going to be a fork of WordPress with a simplified user interface. After John O’Nolan decided to build an entirely new platform, plans to bring the hypothesized Markdown powered split screen post editor to WordPress were dropped.
Gust is a free WordPress plugin that ports Ghost’s interface design to WordPress. Sure; WordPress’ admin gets the job done, but Ghost’s is a whole new level of gorgeous – especially for those who write long-form content.
System Ninja can advise you on what startup items are safe to remove with the “Highlight Unnecessary” tool. The database of known unnecessary startup items contains roughly 500 entries and is growing with each System Ninja release.
System Ninja Pro can remove unnecessary startup items with just a single click. That click will also clean up junks files and fix a bunch of other issues.
CCleaner v5.0 sees a change with a redesigned, modern interface. The current interface you know and love has remained largely the same since its first release almost 10 years ago, so we decided it was time to give it a fresh new look!
The completed version 5.0 should arrive at the end of the month.
It’s common for startups to claim their idea will make the world a better place, but very few live up to the mantra. Founders seem so enamored by messaging apps, mobile games and social networks; that ideas capable of positively impacting people’s lives are often ignored.
Talkspace is one of those rare startups that has built a sustainable business solely on the idea of helping people. The idea is beautifully simple: Talkspace lets you securely and confidentially message a licensed therapist for $25 a week.
Mental health issues are especially prevalent among young people, who may be hesitant to confide in teachers, parents or school counselors. Professional counselors can cost hundreds of dollars per session, which many cannot afford. Talkspace’s approach makes seeking help less intimidating and more accessible. There’s no face-to-face interaction required and the app’s security features makes it challenging for others to eavesdrop.
An article on The Next Web discusses the benefits of text-based therapy:
Talkspace co-founder Oren Frank said in an interview that dozens of studies have shown text-based therapy to be at least as, if not more, helpful as traditional methods. He also noted that using chat creates a journaling effect by allowing patients to scroll back and reread conversations. Therapists can also refresh their memory about your case before responding.
Microsoft have announced that Office is now free on all (major) mobile operating systems.
Microsoft’s Office suite for iPad, iPhone, and Android is now free. In a surprise move, the software giant is shaking up its mobile Office strategy to keep consumers hooked to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. Starting today, you’ll no longer need an Office 365 subscription to edit documents or store them in the cloud.
This seems like a weird strategy from Microsoft. Apple gives away software to sell hardware. Google gives away software to sell advertising. Microsoft seems happy to just… give away software.