Apple Gazette Daily 221 – Jobs pans Flash for iPhone, Hides disease choices, and more!

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HUMOR: Top 5 Possible Steve Jobs Successors

There has been a lot of talk of who might run Apple after Steve Jobs today, after a shareholder meeting yesterday afternoon. After thinking about it myself this morning I have come to one conclusion…finding a Successor for Steve Jobs is going to be no easy task. In fact, his run as CEO at Apple […]

Apple updates Aperture and Garageband

Yesterday Apple released an update to Garageband which should increase the stability of the application, and add additional compatibility with USB devices. Apple also released an update to Aperture, improving stability and a number of other issues relating to publishing to .Mac Web Galleries, the generation (and deletion) of previews, AppleScript, keyboard shortcuts, how metadata […]

Steampunk Mac Mini – greatest mod ever?

This may be the greatest mod of a Mac that I’ve ever seen. I like steampunk inspired design (when its done right) and this is a great looking mod of a Mac Mini. The artist that created this is named Dave Veloz, and this was a present for his wife at their wedding. I can’t […]

I’m already sick of the iPhone SDK debate – how about you?

Ars Technica “reported” this morning about “leaked” reports on the iPhone SDK. While these “leaks” tell us almost nothing that we haven’t been hearing for months, the report has already sparked a heated debate among the commentors that has seemingly turned personal almost instantly. 0xdeadc0de writes: “…people hack the iPhone because people want to write […]