YouTube Find: The First iMac

This is a big week (hopefully) where we’ll be spending a lot of time FINALLY talking about Apple COMPUTERS again. Which will be a nice change of pace (more on that later today). Everyone expects a new version of the iMac at the Townhall Meeting tomorrow, including me, so I thought it would be fun Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily Ep 95 – Best Buy Expands Mac Sales, iPhone Hacker Apps and More

Apple Gazette Daily Ep 95 - Best Buy Expands Mac Sales, iPhone Hacker Apps and More
Best Buy expands Apple sales to 200 locations, “True” iPhone App created by Hackers, and more You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using Read more…

First “True” 3rd Party iPhone App Developed by Hackers

Hackers have been hard at work on the iPhone since seconds after it was released. The video below, which I discovered via Gizmodo, shows the first truly native application for the iPhone. It is a Terminal emulator, which – by itself – isn’t terribly exciting, but the fact that they have managed to do this Read more…

YouTube Find: Apple Bloopers

Things don’t always go perfectly at Steve Jobs presentations… Read more…

OS X Quick Tip: Organize your Mac with Color Labels + Search by Color Label

OS X Quick Tip: Organize your Mac with Color Labels + Search by Color Label
Color Labels are an often under used, but incredibly cool feature of OS X. Take this folder I have for example. The folder is almost nothing but images. It’s very hard to tell which image is which when I have both tiffs, jpegs, and ai files all saved in the same folder. I could create Read more…

SPECULATION/OPINION: Will the Mac ever be #1?

SPECULATION/OPINION: Will the Mac ever be #1?
Next week we have a “Townhall Meeting”. It’s Mac focused. We’re going to be getting something new. I don’t know what exactly, and this article is not a speculative piece on what that might be, but when discussing the possibilities with a friend yesterday, the conversation shifted a bit, and it got me thinking about Read more…

Apple files interesting Multi-touch Patent

Apple files interesting Multi-touch Patent
A new patent filing from Apple that was revealed today really strengthens the idea of multi-touch making its way into other Apple devices. You can see from the images above the multi-touch gesture dictionary that could be used for a variety of applications and products. I still hold out hope for an ultra portable iMac Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily Ep 94 – AC/DC goes Verizon, VM Ware Fusion on the way, Office 08 Delayed

Apple Gazette Daily Ep 94 - AC/DC goes Verizon, VM Ware Fusion on the way, Office 08 Delayed
AC/DC chooses Verizon over Apple, VM Ware Fusion on the way, and Office 08 has been delayed until Macworld You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your Read more…

YouTube Find: Triumph of the Nerds – a Look at Apple and the first GUI

This is an interesting excerpt from the documentary Triumph of the Nerds (which was produced before Jobs returned to Apple in 1997). This clip focuses on the GUI, and how that interface was copied by Microsoft from Apple…after Apple copied it from Xerox. Read more…

30 Days of iPhone – Day 21 “iPhone 1.0.1″

30 Days of iPhone - Day 21 "iPhone 1.0.1"
So, Apple released an update to the iPhone. At first, it seemed like the update was just a few security issues and bug fixes, but there are also a few minor new features in here that are worth noting. For example, there is now a BCC option in the mail app. Also, the Passcode options Read more…