Longest day of the year
Starting it off right. via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/iuruyA
Detail. Palace of Fine Arts
via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/htqi3q
The Garage that sprouted Apple
Taken in the dark. Had to try and light-paint with our iPhones and pocket lights. Appologies for the blurry. via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/htqfGo
App Store Free App of the Week
Checking out the App Store’s Free App of the Week — Pivvot — just happens to be a game! Originally was $2.99.
I’m quite enjoying Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol!
Yep, I’m having fun with Ace Patrol, as you may have seen in my previous post, it’s a light single/multiplayer, World War I strategic combat game. Airfights consist of up to 8 combatants, four per side, and vary depending on aircraft, pilot skill, and game difficulty level. Ace Patrol is currently only available for iPad, iPod […]
Colour me impressed — using iTunes to stream music to multiple devices simultaneously
Back in 2006 as part of a post on a new iPod Nano, I vented on how broken iTunes was for my workflow. Well, time has passed and iTunes has improved, but it’s still not as intuitive or simple for me and my centralized music setup: File server storing my music Remote playback systems in various rooms […]
Music in the Air, music everywhere
A friend recently turned me on to one cool application that let’s me listen to synchronized music from all my networked devices at the same time. This is likely one of the coolest software enhancements I’ve made to my home listening experience in a long time.
A spacy new way to browse music on your iPad
Listening to music on your iPad is usually a visually-sparse affair. Load up your player, navigate to your library, and select the muisc. Play, and do other things. Not any more… Outta this world! Planetary is the new (and free!) app from Bloom Studios that gives new meaning to navigating through your music collection. To quote the […]
Libraries are dead. Long live the Librarian!
I love it when coincidence and synergy lead to a blog post, this post in fact. In a post earlier this week, Seth Godin lead us through the history of the Library and the Librarian. In his post, he eventually settled on the somewhat alarming concept that the Library was basically dead: Wikipedia and the huge databanks […]