David Pogue, bestselling author, NY Times columnist, and ham, has created a very
clever overview of Macworld 2006. Using advanced technology David allows you to feel like you were there bounding the
concrete floors of the Moscone with the rest of the Mac faithful, even though you were home working...
January 31st 2006 at 7:00am
John Gruber, of Daring Fireball, or 'the Grubs,' as I like to call him, has
posted a lengthy review of this year's Macworld. He goes over
what he expected to be announced, what was announced, and what he thinks of the whole thing.It is nice to
see that we weren't the only people surprised by the Int...
January 23rd 2006 at 2:00pm
Natalie Zee of Coquette has gathered together some of her picks from
Macworld that are the best examples of 'girl tech' at Macworld. Since I am not a girl I must admit that I didn't notice
any of these products (though some more observant men I am sure did see them).Her round up includes Casauri
January 18th 2006 at 10:00am
When they are not busy creating new iPod cases it seems that the folks at Marware are creating project management software, perhaps so they can more
effectively produce iPod cases.Project X bills itself as 'project
management for the rest of us,' and it is very slick. I watched a demo at the Marware...
January 12th 2006 at 9:00pm
has just learned from reliable sources that audioblog.com has just released a new feature for their venerable online
podcasting/vlogging tool. You can now upload almost any video format to your audioblog account and it will transcode
the file for you to an iPod ready video file, and post it to...
January 12th 2006 at 8:45pm
Macworld Boston we were bowled over by Cableyoyo, and it seems
that they have another trick up their sleeve. What is better than a thin cable management solution? A thin management
solution with a suction cup called Pop, of course!The
idea is that you would slap this thing on the back of your iPo...
January 12th 2006 at 8:30pm
I put out
a call for your iWeb produced
pages and you answered in droves. Now, I'm no HTML/XHTML/CSS expert, but Todd Dominey is, and he isn't pleased with the code that he sees. The code is standards
compliant, but it is doing some odd things that just aren't needed, or wanted.If you want the full...
January 12th 2006 at 8:00pm
was watching the iSale 3 demo I couldn't help but
think, 'This is Delicious Library for eBay auctions.' This application
allows you to list items on eBay, preview what it will look like, and track the status and the bids on your current
auctions in real time. There is also a Dashboard Widget...
January 12th 2006 at 7:45pm
allows you to integrate your iPod with a variety of harman/kardon audio equipment. You can control playback and see what
tracks are playing on compatible gear, and it charges your iPod to boot. The nano and video enabled iPods can be used
with this but it does not enable the...
January 12th 2006 at 7:30pm
you ever wish you can run all of your home entertainment stuff with your Mac and a remote? Well, the fine folks at maccontrol certainly hope that you do. They have two products that are designed
to make this happen: the maccontrol connector and the maccontrol remote.The Connector can control but...
January 12th 2006 at 7:15pm
under the impression that Comic Life would only be bundled with the new iMac. It makes
sense, Comic Life is a fun application and the iMac is a the consumer level desktop. However, I have just learned that
Comic Life is also being bundled with the Macbook Pros.I'm sure your presentations could...
January 12th 2006 at 6:45pm
Freeverse, that wonderfully wacky game developer and distributor, has just inked a deal to bring Heroes of Might and Magic V to a Mac
near you. A release date hasn't been announced as of yet, but I have it on very good authority that the Mac version
will have 20% more unicorns than the PC version.
January 12th 2006 at 6:15pm