Take a look at this awesome collection of Christmas Icons from Icon Drawer. These “winter holiday” themed icons are 100% free to download, and are one set of many free icon collections that Icon Drawer has avaible on their site. Click Here to go to their free icons download page and scroll down until you […]
Archives for December 2006
I Stumbled Upon an interesting link tonight from indigo3d – John takes a look at the evolution of the Mac OS from the original System OS to the current Mac OSX…complete with screenshots. I have included a few of them below, but check out John’s article for the full info on each version.
For graphic designers, like myself, the ONE thing that has kept us from getting Intel based Macs (besides cost, of course) is the fact that Adobe’s Creative Suite is not yet Intel native. Well, that’s going to be changing soon because we’ll be seeing Creative Suite 3 in the second quarter of 2007 (March or […]
Head over to the newly launched MacAppADay.com and you’ll be able to grab a free Mac App every day in the month of December, with a special bonus coming on New Year’s. Today’s free app is TuneX.Â TuneX lets you access iTunes from any application on your computer.Â Pretty cool. I think the design of […]
iPods hold the honor of being among “luxury items” that the U.S. government is banning from export in North Korea as a trade sanction aimed at personally annoying North Korean President Kim Jong Il. he Bush administration wants North Korea’s attention, so like a scolding parent it’s trying to make it tougher for that country’s […]
beaTunes is an app from Tagtraum Industries that can help you create some really interesting, and powerful playlists in iTunes. beaTunes can analyze your music and detect the BPM (Beats Per Minute) for every song in your library. This allows you to build playlists based on the tempo of the tracks. It can help you […]