Applescript: monitor a folder and add a red label to any new files/folders

If you’ll remember from my probably slightly over elaborate personal digital organisation system. I use labels to indicate what state everything is in. To summarise: I backup onto three external harddrives, flickr, dropbox and evernote. I have a folder that contains everything I will ever need to backup. If it can’t live there, I create

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My digital organisation system

I’ve started a new category called Organisation. Its good to keep all these organisation posts organised! Note, this post is wordy and is probably only suitable to those with a slight case of OCD. A while ago I posted on the Unclutterer forum that I would share some of my digital organising tips and my

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Catching sneaky newsletters and other email organising tips

The problem with email, especially gmail is the amount of storage space you have. Its easy to just leave your emails sitting in there ready for when you need it. But what happens if your account gets hacked? Its not that uncommon. Maybe you left yourself logged in at work? on your laptop? Someone could

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Reliably merge folders on mac for backups

Remember¬†organis-a-thon 2012? Bet you thought it was going to fizzle out. Ye have little faith! Its still going strong albeit not so much the past few weeks as my eyestrain had become so bad I couldn’t actually see most days. I now have new glasses and while I’m still not 100% sure about them, my

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