Friday, April 22, 2011

With Tapbots introducing Tweetbot about a week ago and the Iconfactory releasing a solid update to Twitterrific last night, Twitter for iPhone better watch out. What are you guys using these days?

Wednesday, April 6, 2011


I don’t use a case for my iPhone, but this looks pretty nice.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Success, and Farming vs. Mining

Wil Shipley of Delicious Monster fame:

Steve Jobs works constantly on his products, every waking minute of every day. He lives and sleeps and breathes them. He’s obsessive and crazy and kind of scary — but he’s trying to build something. He didn’t just say, “Here’s my idea: smart phone! BAM! Go make it happen. Ima jump in the sauna.” That simply doesn’t work. God is in the details. In the implementation.

Please, do yourself a favor and read the entire piece. (via Nik Fletcher)

Album recorded entirely in GarageBand for iPad released

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop:

Pop punk band The Ultramods on Monday released its latest album that was done using GarageBand for iPad’s eight-track recording studio. All of the instruments used to record the album come bundled in GarageBand, according to the band. Even the vocals were recorded using the iPad’s built-in microphone.

Mr. Reader — iPad RSS Reader

Found this app via Justin Williams blog, carpeaqua. Looks very nice, but for now I don’t feel any need to switch from Reeder.

Friday, April 1, 2011


Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Shawn Blanc Reviews Instacast

I am as nitpicky about user interface as I am about user experience. There are some apps which, even though they offer a great service, I just never use because I don’t like to look at them. And on the other side you have those apps which look cute but are not very useful.

Instacast, however, is of my favorite breed of apps: one with pitch-perfect design and that does one thing and does it very well.

Two bucks in the App Store. Consider it purchased.

Andy Lark, Dell’s global head of marketing, on the iPad

An iPad with a keyboard, a mouse and a case [means] you’ll be at $1500 or $1600.

His math makes perfect sense if your case runs about $900.

Monday, March 28, 2011

No iPhone, iPad or Mac hardware coming at WWDC

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop:

Apple closed the door this morning on any speculation that it would announce new hardware at its Worldwide Developers conference saying it would focus on iOS and Mac OS.

I don’t know about you, but for now I’m perfectly content with what I’ve got.

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