Lego iPhone, originally uploaded by gilest. Why wait until June? Make your own iPhone today.
If you’re using Kinkless, there’s an easy way to store reference files with your projects, right inside your Kinkless document. I usually make a mindmap for my bigger projects, using the excellent NovaMind mindmapping app (available for both Mac and Windows). So here’s a small mindmap on how to rule the world, a project quite [...]
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 [...]
I visited Kyoto, Japan lately. We walked the “The Philosopher’s Trail” in Kyoto, a walk next to the river in Kyoto, with lovely Sakura hanging over you. . A bit down the trail we found these rocks dressed with pieces of cotton: . So my daughter (for whom I have read the six Harry Potter [...]
As an update to the More “Africa” in your computer and the Running and training online post: Today “foot pedal interface” was the subject of this thread on the 43folders Google Group. I’ve been noticing lately that I could really use an easier way to trigger certain things on my computer. I’m thinking perhaps some [...]
, Apple family, originally uploaded by niallkennedy. From the comments on this picture: If some of the 70s godawfulness I see coming back again is anything to judge by, it might be a good idea to invest in a cave and survival gear so you can retreat for a bit. So true.
I was in a (very interesting) meeting today. And at the end we were doing the usual business card swapping. Since all of us were doing notes on our Macs and PC laptops, this seemed like a bit oldfashioned way of doing it. Yes, we could of course e-mail vCards to each other, but how [...]
It’s time to order Christmas presents, isn’t it?
Once a month will publish my review of the month behind us. May was the month when traffic went through the roof after I posted Getting things done with Automator and Spotlight. If you google “Getting things done with Automator and Spotlight” you get 167 hits as of today, and 93 people have bookmarked it [...]