Category Archives: apple

Today’s Readings

Water-soluble packaging… Now that seems like a long time coming, nice job Apple! I like the Slit Slider. Can’t see myself using it, but I like it. I can’t figure out what the sort order is (and the table is … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

As a (semi-)”reformed”-80s-metaller, I find the Metal Bands per 100,000 People infographic fascinating!  The obvious curiousity is why Scandanavia has so many bands per capita, but I’m also intrigued by the apparent plethora of bands in what appears to be … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

SpriteRight seems like a good technology, taking in either a batch of images from Finder (yeah, Mac-only, it seems) or importing images from an existing stylesheet (nice touch!), but I have always found these types of tools to do a … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

A light afternoon allowed me to try to catch-up a little on some of my reading… A nice approach to presenting information, though somewhat overdone with all the car commercials doing this, but still an eye-catcher! And this is a … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

It has been a seriously long time since my last post, and with Hurricane Irene having forced me indoors for nearly 48 hours, and having retained both power and Internet throughout, I thought, hey, why not catch-up on some reading? … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

From National Geographic, comes the Public Profiler, an interactive world map of surnames. Where do you have family? Was surprised to see “Grogg” so prominent in Switzerland… A great-looking product from Adobe, Adobe Nav, let’s you use your iPad as … Continue reading

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Well, fresh back from Marianne’s and my 10th anniversary trip to Paris, I find this little treasure in my RSS Reader: a time-lapse video of Paris! Really beautifully shot. I wonder when he took all the photos, because there were … Continue reading

Life Just Got a LOT More Interesting…

I could not possibly have ordered my Verizon iPhone any earlier, and now it is here… Good-bye olde Crackberry, you’ve served gallantly, rest peacefully… Top⇪

Developing for WebKit Browsers

If you’re “lucky” enough to find yourself developing for iThings, you know you’re in a mixed-blessing situation: on one hand, you get a chance to play with absolute cutting-edge technology, pushing the browser as far as it can go, using … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

In keeping with my strong belief that we should be building a unified web (not one fragmented between websites and “an app for this” and “an app for that”, etc.), I have to say I am deeply intrigued by the … Continue reading