Graham Hill gives a brief overview of brewing coffee with a Hario V60. The equipment that Graham uses is almost identical to what I have at home, and is really all you ever need to make great coffee — well, aside from good beans.
Brandon Pittman modifies the OmniFocus/MailMate rule that will automatically create OmniFocus actions out of flagged emails. Although I currently use Dispatch on the iPhone, it is good having this in your arsenal if you're an triage-email-on-iPad type of person.
Kourosh Dini gives a few examples on how to deal with a Someday/Maybe list in OmniFocus. I use something very similar to Solution 1 — have a project with the status of "On Hold" and set to review every 2 weeks. I would then dump tasks and projects in there (projects will be come action groups). To make sort simpler, I also have them sorted out into Personal and Work action groups.
I also prefer to keep them in one project as opposed to different "On Hold" projects (e.g. for personal and work) nested in a folder.
Greg Allen has posted a clever and versatile window manger workflow for Alfred, Layouts. While there are a lot of apps that acheive this, this is yet another example of how you can consolidate multiple apps with various Alfred Workflows.
Unfortunately unlike Pastebot, Paster for the iPhone requires that you return to the app in order for it to collect your clipboard contents. However, the benefit is that you can sync over WAN — which Pastebot could not.
The Adonit Jot Script Evernote edition stylus is a branded edition of the company's new Bluetooth 4.0 stylus. While all the other previous versions had the plastic disc (which you either loved or hated), the Jot Script is diskless and includes a 1.9mm tip that is one step closer to emulating a pen.
Like all Adonit styluses, this also works with apps that do not use the Jot Script SDK — which leads me to assume that the stylus generates a capacitive field (hence the AA battery) to produce the proper sized "touch" (which the plastic disc accomplished in the previous versions) in order for iOS to register its presence.
Gabe Weatherhead gives a detailed overview of the email provider, Fastmail. Having been a Gmail user since launch, the idea of switching over to a different provider made me a little nervous. After taking up Fastmail's free trial offer a while back, I've made my decision to migrate within the first hour.
While there are a boat load of options and extensions for Gmail, the ones that I really use/depend on are available in Fastmail by default. In Gabe's overview, you can see if the feature you use are available in Fastmail — in case you were interested in switching.
Paul Horowitz at OS X Daily goes through how to enable subtle fades for transitions in iOS 7 by enabling the "Reduced Motion" setting. The general consensus that I've seen around the web is that those who have enabled it enjoy the seemingly increased responsiveness and speed.
While I do enjoy the fading transitions more than the zooming transitions, I still enjoy the parallax effect on the wallpaper with "Reduced Motion" turned off.