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Click To Play Digging through the archives we came upon the lost tape of WWDC: an interview with Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software. Red Sweater sells MarsEdit and Black Ink, among other apps. Daniel was kind enough to talk WWDC, iPhone and show us around Black Ink, a very nice...

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Wolf Rentzsch is another Mac developer so devoted to his craft that he comes to WWDC just for the fun of it. Wolf loves code so much, in fact, that he started C4, an "indie conference for indie developers." Scott sat down with Wolf to talk about Mac dev work, his own work, iPhone and C4. NOTE: Th...

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Brent Simmons has earned a spot in our docks for years now with NetNewsWire, perhaps the premiere RSS reader on the Mac. But Brent loves developing Mac apps, and he's a big fan of the platform in general. Funny how that works. Mr. Simmons was kind enough to sit and chat with Scott about the WWDC ...

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Here's a distillation of demos seen at Delicious Generation. This time we're trying something a little different and using Viddler, a service that will reportedly allow you to interactively bash the quality of the video as it plays (no need to mention the interlacing, we see it). Oh, you can leav...

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Click To Play Right now I can hear the band (I'm musically ignorant, so if you know who these kids are, leave it in the comments) playing, so thought I'd share what I can see from the hotel room. Just a taste of what the real attendees are enjoying at 8pm PST... (sorry about the a...

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Click To Play Mike Zornek, owner of Clickable Bliss shows us Billable, a handy app for tracking freelance gigs or other hourly projects. Billable will do more than tracking though, so watch the video to see a really neat app from another indie Mac developer....

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Click To Play Monkey Business Labs, makers of the fine TV Tracker and Package Tracker widgets show us what's new in their bag of widget tricks... Like a sneak peek at Package Tracker 3. If you thought version 2 was cool, stick around for the ending because version 3 will knock your...

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Click To Play Pat Lee was kind enough to join us in TUAW's mobile lab (aka the Marriott) and give us a whirlwind tour of VMware's latest and greatest Fusion offering. While Parallels was first out the door with a virtualization app, VMware has been in the business for a long time, ...

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Click To Play Scott sat down with Martin Bestmann of LANrev to talk about their powerful cross-platform client management application and got a sneak peek at what's coming in the next version....

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Click To Play Yesterday we made a trip to 240 Stockton Street, a gorgeous old art deco building overlooking Union Square in San Francisco. A short elevator ride up and we were taken on a quick tour of the Bently Holdings SF office-- an office that runs everything on a Mac. They are...

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In today's world, media cannot be lost but only transformed. In this specific case, TUAW's Scott McNulty's appearance on CNBC is the transformation target; if you had trouble watching the clip of the Face2Face segment in CNBC's Windows Media embed on their page, the video is now available in the iTu...

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After WWDC '06, when Leopard was first introduced, developers were a little annoyed that Apple took around two months to ship out the beta copies they were promised. This time around, Apple seems to have changed their tune: they allowed developers at WWDC to walk away with a beta copy yesterday - bu...

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QuickTime Player's lack of fullscreen playback (without ponying up the cash for a Pro license, that is) has long been an unnecessary annoyance. Sure, you could always use some sort of AppleScript hack (e.g. osascript -e 'tell application "QuickTime Player" to present front movie scale screen') to g...

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Quite a few of you have noticed that the iChat screen-sharing feature introduced at last year's WWDC seems to have gone missing in the refresh of the Leopard feature pages on Apple's site. This would have been so helpful for the family tech support and whatnot, and probably easy to implement under t...

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For a few unfortunate folks (remember, everyone, 'beta' means 'may do you wrong') the Safari 3 Beta installation has gone seriously off the rails. Inability to run the browser, inability to run other Apple apps that depend on WebKit... here there be dragons. If you can't run the bundled uninstaller ...

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The keynote is now up and available for QuickTime streaming here on Apple's website. If Apple follows its usual MO, a downloadable version should be available shortly on iTunes. Watch this space. Thanks to everyone who sent this in....

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Late word here at TUAW world headquarters: our fearless blogmeister Scott McNulty is scheduled to appear on CNBC's "Fast Money" tonight, discussing the fun and festivity surrounding WWDC. Top rumor sites hint that he may be wearing some sort of tropical attire, possibly a shirt with a floral pattern...

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The party starts tonight at 8pm at House of Shields! Apparently we're just a couple of blocks away from the Webkit party (bet they will certainly get a turnout now, huh?) and Buzz Andersen's 4th annual WWDC bash. So let's just take over this part of the city, shall we? House of Shields is at 39 New ...

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Thanks to Erica and Laurie for pointing out that if you're having a bit of a time with your shiny new Safari 3 Beta for Mac goodness, there's a quick way back to the safe harbor of Safari 2: run the uninstaller thoughtfully included in the disk image. Well played, Apple. User reports of finicky Safa...

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AAPL shares were down almost 3% to 121.40 just minutes after Steve Jobs wrapped up his World Wide Developer Conference 2007 keynote. The keynote failed to deliver any wild or exciting news, instead offering participants an advanced look at Apple's new 10.5 Leopard operating system features and Appl...

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