Archive for January, 2007
Lego iPhone, originally uploaded by gilest. Why wait until June? Make your own iPhone today.
Apple has put up a great page with all the nominees of the 79th Oscar awards. With links to trailers in HD, soundtracks in iTunes etc. Now, mr. boss of huge movie company: Let me buy the movies! I have my credit card ready. I’m willing to let my computer download all night to get [...]
Final Print is a standalone application which prints a list of markers from a Final Cut Pro sequence. This provides a very useful workflow enhancement when handing off a project to someone else for further work. Excellent little application from Digital Heaven. I also recommend their Final cut Pro plugins, of which I own DH_SubTitle. [...]
I’m a big fan of DevonThink – it’s an amazing application. I also use NovaMind, so this tutorial from DevonThink was perfect for me. It shows how to use NovaMind for mindmapping, then importing the map as an OPML file into DevonThink Pro, and researching further from there. I didn’t even know that I could [...]
November 15th, 2006 ago I posted about Tynonym: Tynonym: Definition. So what is a tynonym? It’s a word that you get as a suggestion on your mobile phone when you spell a word with T9 on. January 10th, 2007 “Ksimsarian” made a new entry in Wikipedia, about T9onym: A T9onym is a word that shows [...]
1) The new Apple iPhone has a 160 ppi screen, when you flip it 90 degrees, the screen flips too, it can show pdfs… And you have it with you all the time… 2) The iTunes store has sold two billion tracks or so, has a system that works, and has their frontend (iTunes) installed [...]
I’ve just made suggestion for a new feature for Flickr. What do you think?
What happened to “Macs are for queers?” (and note the title of the comic).
Update: There’s a newer video at “Multitouch will revolutionize your computer”. This is certainly something we’ll see in one form or another in Mac OS X pretty soon. — Apple let the iPhone out of the box today… and wow! It’s a revolution, especially on the UI side. So now we know where the multi-touch [...]
The race for the best Mac GTD app is still on, and today we had a new version of Inbox (1.0.5) out, and yesterday OmniFocus showed the first screenshots of upcoming GTD app OmniFocus in a get-together at MacWorld in San Francisco. TUAW has one (heh, one???) screenshot, which looks promising. I’m sure Merlin Mann [...]
Amazing circles is theme of the week in the Flickr “Theme of the week” group. From January 7th – 14th 2007.
Direct download is here. Also see the Inbox review.
Meg guest posts at Kottke: Please consider this letter notice of your termination, effective immediately. Despite clear expectations and requirements — January temperatures not to exceed 40° F, consistent snow and blustery conditions, minimum of one blizzard with white-out per annum, &c. &c. — you have failed to date to meet expectations and deliver even [...]
…or the other way around. I applaud Adobe for doing this!! If you have a Windows license of Photoshop, and then switch to Mac OS X, you now can contact Adobe, and get a working serial for OS X. Or the other way around. Excellent! John Nack of Adobe has the good news on his [...]
If you’re using Final Cut Pro and NOT using Joe’s filter… Spend a few minutes at Joe’s Filters. Joe is about to upgrade the filters, he writes in an e-mail today: I’m finishing a major upgrade (way, way too long in coming) and starting to look for new ways to make the filters bigger, faster [...]