Archive for June, 2006
If you came here from MacSurfer, you might want to check out my other Mac posts. Some recommendations: Use your body to control the computer Broadcast vCard Getting things done with Automator and Spotlight
The Inquirer reports that Media Center doesn’t sell. In Great Britain, only 150 000 have bought a Media Center PC, while over 2 million have bought a DVD recorders. Although the comparison is a bit unfair (DVD recorders are much cheaper, and also typically sold almost everywhere. Even my grocery store at the corner sell [...]
Enter your URL at Microsoft adCenter Labs, and you get a nice representation of the people they expect visit your site. Here’s mine: Not to bad. Who is it that almost every marketer in the world wants to get? Clever idea for marketing and viral too. Pretty soon all your favorite blogs will post these…
Sometimes I truly think I’d be more productive if I disconnected my ethernet jack… Which this post in itself is a proof of.
Google’s “Movers & Shakers” lists the most popular videos on Google Video for the day. You can see which videos that are popular in different countries, like China, USA, United Kingdom and even Iran.
I think we will see this way of interacting with computers a lot in the years to come. It needs to be even better than this to become useful, but this is a good start. And imagine combining the ideas from BumpTop with ideas from Jaff Han and his team? A bright future! What I [...]
Darren Rowse says “…thanking some of the sites that have sent me traffic in the last 6 months.” Great idea. I picking up on this one. So here are the ones that have sent the most traffic to brilliantdays.com since September 2005 (search engines, social bookmarking, corporate sites, forums and directories NOT included). Eirikso.com Aharef [...]
The price of Shake went down to $499 some days ago. Now it appears that Apple is going to discontinue Shake in the future. Frank Capria writes that Apple has announced on a mailing-list that this is the last version of Shake: …It has been an absolute pleasure to serve the visual effects community for [...]
Here’s a how-to on how to create quite realistic looking bubbles on your pictures, using Photoshop or GIMP. It’s based on the Amazing circles technique I have written about before. Join the Amazing circles group at Flickr if you make any, bubbles or not.
“Companies at the top end of the music industry are feeling GarageBand’s influence.” link
What’s not to like about this? The coolest car with the coolest computer. Front Row with touch screen! Toyota, I want this option! PS. Add two LCD screens for the backseats and iPod chargers.
On my wishlist for christmas it is, along with a dirty t-shirt and khakis.
Apple just lowered the price for Shake to $499. So now you can have the high-end compositing program that was used to put together Lord Of The Rings for less than the price of Photoshop CS2. No excuse anymore…
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Michael Hyatt get’s too much mail: This past weekend, I realized that about 20 percent of it comes from email newsletters and companies I’ve done business with in the past. Half of it, I don’t recall opting into—even legitimate companies. Most of it is a complete waste of my time. So do I, but luckily [...]