I’ve been wanting to do a project 365 (taking a photo every day) for the past few years, but I just couldn’t follow though. I just never had my camera with me at all times, and I wouldn’t even get through January. There was also… Continue reading »
Every iPad owner has their own list of “must have” apps — any such list is purely individual and none is perfect (except for the list’s creator). But since a few of my friends have new iPads, rather than email my recommended apps, I’ll just… Continue reading »
The best new feature in the new iOS 4.2 update has to be Airplay. I don’t have Apple TV (so I can’t stream video) but we do have an Airport Express hooked up to our receiver. It was (and is) great for playing iTunes through… Continue reading »
Great shortcut tip via Daring Fireball for finding menu items on your Mac: use shift+command+/ to get the help menu, then just start typing the name of the menu item you want.
Behind the Mac nerdery I enjoy on Daring Fireball is a typical Yankee fan: cocky and annoying. Update: Greg Knauss created a helpful Grease Monkey script to “fix” Daring Fireball this time of year: Damned Fireball.
Good thing Apple released a new, smaller iPod Shuffle, because that last version was a behemoth…
Hilarious: slow down an old Apple ad with Jeff Goldblum, and he sounds drunk as hell: And if you like Jeff, be sure to check out the Jeff GoldBluMan Group…
This is more of a note to self: Hex Color Picker is a useful tool that adds a web color picker to the Mac’s built-in color pickers. The best feature is the magnifying glass which lets you choose any color on the screen to get… Continue reading »
Announced earlier this week, Apple is switching from IBM PowerPC chips to Intel chips. Todd Dominey points out: The best part about the Intel deal is that the whole silly megahertz war will finally be over. For all intents and purposes, Apple and the whole… Continue reading »