USB 3.0 External Hard Drive with Military Drop Standards

Just because you are on the go doesn’t mean that you should go without making backups of your hard drive. While I love Backblaze for offsite backups, Apple’s Time Machine is a pretty robust program for onsite backups. It even backs up iCloud Drive documents with the most recent Yosemite update (10.10.2). If you need a durable external drive for travel, Transcend’s 2 TB USB 3.0 external drive would be a great addition to your hard drive collection.

Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind

My day job varies greatly from the freelance work that I do. My day job is very task orientated, with tasks that have well defined beginnings and endings. My freelance work is a lot more creative. It’s a lot of writing, researching, and strategizing. Manage Your Day-to-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus, and Sharpen Your Creative Mind is a productivity book from the folks at 99u. If you do creative work, this would be a great purchase.

Baron Fig Confidant Giveaway

We’ve written a lot about Baron Fig products in the past, but they’ve always had one negative: their products weren’t free. Today, we are solving that problem. We have three Baron Fig Confidant notebooks (Dot Grid, Ruled, and Blank) and three Baron Fig Apprentice packs to giveaway. If one of your 2015 goals was to write more, these giveaways will get you on the right path.

Grovemade iPhone Dock

A beautiful steel-and-wood dock that offers true one-handed use. (Be warned though; the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus editions have no set release date as of Feb 7th, 2015.)

AllCast

I mentioned in my cord cutting guide that I switched to Roku last year and sold all my Apple TVs. One of the things I do miss is AirPlay (when it works). AllCast for iOS is helping to bridge the gap, though. It allows you to cast your movies, photos, and music to just about any streaming device. It works with Chromecast, Xbox 360/One, Roku, DLNA compatible TVs, Apple TV, WDTV, and Amazon Fire TV. It’s free with a $4.99 in-app purchase.

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