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Archive for April 2007

April 29th, 2007

First Pictures From An iPhone?

Mac Rumors has an article that links to a story on MobileGuerilla that claims to have found photos that were taken from an iPhone. Hmmm… Interesting. One of the pics I’m posting below.
If these are taken using the iPhone, it seems pretty decent for a camera phone. I’m getting excited already. I wish it’s June [...]

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April 27th, 2007

Nice Alternative To VLC

NicePlayer is a great alternative to VLC. So far VLC is still king of my video players simply because I’ve been using it for a long time and have had good experiences with it. Sure it hangs from time to time, the video lags when my G4 is doing other things but as a whole [...]

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April 24th, 2007

Making Smart Mailboxes Work For You

Merlin Mann over at 43 Folders wrote an interesting article on how he uses Smart Mailboxes in Mail.app to improve his workflow.
Managing email has always been a problem for me. It’s hard to sort through thousands of email in my inbox. I also haven’t had the time, well ok the discipline to sort out my [...]

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April 22nd, 2007

Coda Preview

Panic is set to release Coda, it’s new developer tool on Monday. At least that’s what the little bird told me. However it seems that MacApper has gotten its hands on it sooner than most of us. But it’s ok, since Miles Evans of MacApper graciously wrote about it. He gives us a pretty good [...]

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April 20th, 2007

Making Aperture Work For You

image by Dominique James originally posted on O’Reilly Digital Media
One of the Philippine’s premier photographers and friend, Dominique James has just written an article on how to control Aperture’s user interface to suit your needs. In his article he describes his post production workflow and how he uses Aperture’s flexibility to suit his needs.
Shooting hundreds [...]

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April 17th, 2007

Final Cut Studio 2 Released

Sorry, this is 2 days late. I’ve been sick. That being said, darn! Final Cut Studio 2 looks sweeeet! It’s things like this that make me want to switch careers. I’ve always wanted to try video editing but never got around to it. Looking at FCS 2, I might just get around to it.
From editing, [...]

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April 15th, 2007

OS X Shortcuts

Creativebits.org has compiled together most, if not all the OS X shortcuts available. If you’re like me and you want other people to think you’re a Mac power user, this list is helpful for you. Nothing says you’re a Mac guru, than rapidly typing short commands to accomplish tasks that would normally take a few [...]

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April 12th, 2007

Twitter and Twitterrific

What did I get myself into? I’ve created a Twitter account. Sarah invited me to join Twitter. I finally gave in and signed up for my account. Now I have another site/community to waste my time on and stray from doing work. Oh well any excuse not to work is good.
Accompanying my Twitter account, I [...]

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April 12th, 2007

2 New Get A Mac Ads

They boys are back in town! Mac and PC are back with two new installments on their “Get A Mac” ad series. The two new ads are titled “Flashback” and “Computer Cart”.
“Flashback” shows us how Mac and PC were waaayy back. The same as they are now, only smaller. I guess it was meant to [...]

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April 11th, 2007


The greatest Mac productivity tool next to Quicksilver, is how Leo Laporte describes TextExpander. He said this in episode 63 of MacBreak. I’m inclined to believe him.
We all have things that we constantly retype. For me it’s my contact details. Apart from this I always need Lorem ipsum texts as placeholders for my designs. [...]

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