Hi, I’m David Chartier and I’m obsessed with productivity and polish, so I created Finer Things in Tech in 2009.
This is not the place to find news or even analysis. Finer Things in Tech’s writers and readers like to celebrate the surprise features and interface gems that developers slave to add to the hardware, apps, and websites we use every day.
Through useful, bite-sized posts, Finer Things in Tech explores useful details like handy features, intuitive design, and just plain great polish.
The things I write here are my own and do not reflect any policies, intentions, opinions, or diddley squat about my employers or clients. I do not write or entertain the notion of paid posts. Any sponsors of the site are clearly marked in headlines.
I use affiliate link systems on this site and its social profiles, such as Performance Horizon, Apple’s choice for iTunes content. I would also use Amazon, but it pulled out of Illinois a little while ago) because they’re an unobtrusive way to earn part of my living. If I write about and link something you plan to download, please use my links as a way to help me support Finer Things in Tech.
Absolutely no posts are paid, sponsored, or otherwise derived from anything besides my belief that it’s something that could interest you.
I use Creative-Commons-licensed images from time to time on this site and always strive to adhere to the license and provide attribution, even when not required. In addition to any images I have used and credited in posts, I sometimes use the following CC-licensed images from Flickr: