CBS Moving to Flash-Less Video

CBS Moving to Flash-Less Video
Raise your hand if you think the iPad is a big deal. Ok so, you, you, you … hey! You in the back! Are you flipping me off? Well apparently, it is somewhat of a big deal, because people are working diligently to produce good media for it, and we don’t even have the thing yet. Take Read more…

iMac Your iPad

iMac Your iPad
Well, there are going to be a lot more of these types of accessories in the next few months, and we’ll have to see how the marketplace takes it. Now I’m a dock fan, and I’m a fan of the iMac’s clean looks. I purchased a mStand MacBook stand for my MacBook Pro, and I Read more…

Get the MyFantasyTeams App in Time for Fantasy Baseball

Get the MyFantasyTeams App in Time for Fantasy Baseball
Opening day is looming, and the Fantasy Baseball Draft is circled on the calendar, so how does the sports fanatic keep track of the fantasy team lineup on the go, when it is constantly changing? Simply use the “MyFantasyTeams” application to manage all Yahoo! fantasy sports teams! The free version for the iPhone is essential Read more…

Bring Your Own OS: My Mac Netbook Computer Compatibility Chart

Bring Your Own OS: My Mac Netbook Computer Compatibility Chart
I’ve got a buddy of mine who’s a programmer. He does iPhone apps, iPad apps, and generally messes around a bunch with Cocoa and what-not. A few months back, he was all excited about the new Dell Mini 9 he had coming. I couldn’t understand why, then he says to me, proud as can be, Read more…

WordNet English Dictionary and Thesaurus App Kicks Figurative Bum

WordNet English Dictionary and Thesaurus App Kicks Figurative Bum
Princeton has provided the knowledge to sustain the English lovers’ can-kicking free mobile dictionary and thesaurus application: “WordNet.” Each of the 1.4 million plus words included in the “WordNet” App are given rarely extensive treatment in a free for the iPhone program; there are literally nine different definitions for the word butt as a noun, Read more…

CapSee – Stop Being Stupid

CapSee - Stop Being Stupid
How many times have you been hammering away at the keyboard, trying to get a document out really quickly and not paying much attention, when you accidentally hit the caps lock key? Or maybe you’re typing in a password that’s blurred out and you can’t figure out why it won’t enter into the form correctly. Read more…

The iPad Subscription Theory

The iPad Subscription Theory
I like magazines. I write for them, I take pictures for them, and I have them stacked up around my house. I look forward to the latest issue of Wired coming to my mailbox, and I love going to Barnes & Noble to hunt for the latest editions. I like the texture and feel of Read more…

Fonts: Which are Necessary?

Fonts: Which are Necessary?
When I organize fonts on my Mac, I like to keep a special category for System and Application fonts that should always be active (i.e. the “necessary” ones), and all the rest (as a print and web designer, I have a lot) in several categories that I turn on and off according to my needs. Read more…

Mactracker App Has Every Apple Device’s History in Detail

Mactracker App Has Every Apple Device’s History in Detail
With the curious passing of time many different Apples have fallen from the silicone tree of one Steve Jobs, and the free “Mactracker” application has compiled history and details for each and every one! To some, many consumers’ allegiance to Apple products is so strong that it could be compared to a cult religion. For Read more…

Apple Selling iPhones Sans Contract – Jail Breakers Mildly Rejoice

Apple Selling iPhones Sans Contract - Jail Breakers Mildly Rejoice
Want to buy an iPhone but don’t want the AT&T contract? Well, now you can buy one, you’re just going to have to fork out some cash to do so. According to PCWorld and Gizmodo, these phones are sold without any subsidies from AT&T, and have no contract attached to them whatsoever. Does that mean Read more…