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First & 20
The iPhone home screens of some designes, developers, and tech writers.
ipodtouch  iphone  apple  software 
may 2010 by ulrichp
Win An Apple Product Every Day! Giveaway
RT : Hey, retweet this to win an Apple product today! Don't forget to follow .
#iPad  iPad  #Apple  #iPhone  #iPhone4  Apple  iPhone  iPhone4  from twitter
february 2010 by ulrichp
Enable tethering in iPhone 3.0 - UPDATE
Sorry, AT&T, but you can’t hide tethering from the very folks who taught you, long ago, what it meant to truly tether.
apple  mobile  iphone  tethering  at&t  at&t 
june 2009 by ulrichp
InformIT: Interview with Aaron Hillegass
'It is like I showed a chain saw to a early American colonist, and he said, "Can I cut down the tree without starting the engine? I don't like the noise. Maybe I can just bang it against the tree?"'
apple  books  development  interesting  iphone  osx  programming 
june 2008 by ulrichp
Macworld | Mac Word | A Time Machine trip to the mid-'90s
Mac OS X 10.5's Time Machine seems fairly revolutionary as far as automated backup goes - but the seeds of it have existed since Copland, the proto-Mac OS 8.
apple  mac  interesting  history  osx 
april 2008 by ulrichp
Gone, Without a Trace - Stephen Levy, for Newsweek
"Yes, it's still possible the gizmo may have been stolen. Or it may be somewhere jammed into an obscure crevice in my apartment. For now, though, my review unit lays claim to being the first MacBook Air to be discarded by mistake. But, I will wager, not t
mac  apple  interesting  news  hardware  portables 
march 2008 by ulrichp
Bento - Overview, Personal Database - FileMaker
Filemaker's personal database. Looks and feels an awful lot like an iLife app; sort of like Filemaker without the intimidation or the huge pricetag.
apple  database  mac  organization  osx  productivity 
february 2008 by ulrichp
Programming Nu
Nu: it's like Lisp and Objective-C had a baby. A highly parenthetical baby.
apple  cocoa  development  lisp  mac  osx  programming  software  technology  tools  interesting  todo 
october 2007 by ulrichp
Transforming a Shell Script into an Automator Action
Automator is a powerful technology for building custom workflows. But sometimes you need functionality that the existing actions don't provide—functionality that could be easily accomplished using the shell with a scripting language.
apple  automator  geekery  howto  mac  osx  perl  php  python  ruby  software  todo  interesting 
july 2007 by ulrichp
Coding Horror: Why You Don't Want an iPhone -- Yet
"It's gotten to the point now where I get the shakes if I can't bust out my Blackjack and look up something on Wikipedia, any time, any place. It's like having the sum of the entire world's knowledge in the palm of your hand... It completely and utterly
apple  mobile  iphone  interesting 
june 2007 by ulrichp
GarageBand Tutorial: Apple - iLife - Tutorials - Creating Your GarageBand Project
Huh, apparently Apple offers iLife video tutorials - including, and most interestingly, GarageBand. I did not know this!
howto  mac  music  apple  todo 
april 2007 by ulrichp
iTunes Introduces Complete My Album
Turns Individual Songs Into Complete Albums at Reduced Prices
apple  ipod  interesting  todo  music 
march 2007 by ulrichp
Fun UNIX Commands
An interesting list. Most interesting to me is how to un-kill the OS X Dashboard, because I killed it on my Mac mini and couldn't remember how to bring it back on my MacBook. Whoops.
apple  mac  unix  linux  software  interesting 
march 2007 by ulrichp
Official Google Mac Blog: The Spotlight File System for MacFUSE
Tired of Apple's half-assed Smart Folders? Use MacFUSE to create Smart Folders that dynamically generate their queries from Spotlight data - Smarter Smart Folders!
apple  development  google  hacks  mac  software  interesting  tools  search 
january 2007 by ulrichp
Apple logo on top of Mac mini does not light up
"The Apple logo on the top of the Mac mini computer does not light up."
mac  apple  computers  humor 
january 2007 by ulrichp
Red Sweater Blog - AppleScript Shell
Details about a command-line interface to AppleScript. I'm pretty sure Red Hat took 'ash' as a shell name a while back, though...
mac  apple  osxcli  interesting  development 
december 2006 by ulrichp
World of Apple - ZFS File System Makes it to Mac OS X Leopard
"With the most recent Build of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, ZFS has appeared to have finally made an appearance, as per the rumours." Looks like some neat stuff.
apple  mac  opensource  sun 
december 2006 by ulrichp
iTunes Store: Resending Gifts
Need to send this to Sara; last year's iTunes Music Store cert never made it to me. Hmmm.
music  apple  money  useful  todo 
september 2006 by ulrichp
about kip
Keep track of all those PDFs that get everywhere. Version 1.0 is free! (For Mac OS X.)
apple  lifehacks  mac  organization  os  pim  productivity  software 
june 2006 by ulrichp
rentzsch.com: Embedded Cocoa Frameworks
Jonathan Rentzsch presents the most comprehensive and easiest to follow example of how to build an embeddable Cocoa framework, and how to write an app that embeds it. Great stuff!
apple  cocoa  howto  mac  software  technology  video  development 
may 2006 by ulrichp
VNC
OSXvnc - did you know you could run it from the command line? Neither did I!
apple  computers  freeware  howto  opensource  productivity  software  useful  mac 
march 2006 by ulrichp
Sparkle
A clever bit of Cocoa code that implements *Real* auto-updated functionality - no user intervention required.
apple  cocoa  software  mac  development 
january 2006 by ulrichp
Andrew's Mac Tips
A bunch of freeware and cheapware. I should do one of these pages.
useful  tools  todo  technology  software  mac  apple  freeware  interesting 
november 2005 by ulrichp
Blog Archive » Got a Mac? Want Front Row? You’re In Luck!
Sadly, the torrent for this will probably be gone by the time I get back from work.
apple  hacks  howto  mac  software  tiger 
october 2005 by ulrichp
Apple - Aperture
Ah. So THAT'S why RAW support in iPhoto still sucks.
apple  mac  photography  tools  software 
october 2005 by ulrichp
The Mike Matas Blog: How to make a Life Poster
98 photos in a poster. I've been working on mine for a year or two... only 40 more photos to go.
art  howto  apple  interesting  lifehacks  mac  photography 
october 2005 by ulrichp
Onlife
Like Spotlight, if Spotlight didn't suck. I'm curious about its interaction with non-Apple programs: namely, Adium instead of iChat, since I dumped iChat a year ago.
apple  email  internet  interesting  lifehacks  mac  music  organization  pim  productivity  software  technology  todo  tools  useful 
october 2005 by ulrichp
How to find and add media to your iTunes library with del.icio.us - Lifehacker
del.icio.us supports feeds by filetype. iTunes supports podcasting (and, now, videocasting). Let the games begin!
apple  hacks  howto  interesting  internet  ipod  mac  music  movies  useful  video 
october 2005 by ulrichp
Cocoa Dev Central
Haven't seen CDC in forever, and man has it changed... but I can't add it to NewsGator, because NewsGator seems to be allergic to RSS 1.0.
apple  cocoa  howto  mac  software  development 
october 2005 by ulrichp
Cocoa Dev Central: Build a Core Data Application
More on using Core Data to build apps with database-like capabilities, without requiring the user to install/use a database app.
apple  cocoa  howto  mac  tiger  software  development 
october 2005 by ulrichp
Getting Things Done on a Macintosh | Ask MetaFilter
The title pretty much explains it. Sadly, it devolves at first into a debate on Mac email clients before anything useful is gleaned.
apple  lifehacks  mac  organization  productivity  project  technology  software  tools  useful 
october 2005 by ulrichp
iFill - Griffin Technology
iFill is software to record streaming audio directly to your iPod. A nice idea, but I'd much rather have it in iTunes first, thanks. Plus that pun at the top is unforgivable.
music  humor  mac  apple  ipod 
october 2005 by ulrichp
open sword - pixen
Pixen2: Pushing pixels to the limit. A pixel-oriented drawing tool. At first glance the interface kind of reminds me of Seashore.
apple  art  cocoa  icons  interesting  mac  opensource  software  tools 
september 2005 by ulrichp
Spark
Looks like a new version of Spark is out. Depending on how Quicksilver performs on my Mac mini, Spark may get displaced, but for now, this hotkey app has my vote. (And yes, it's hotkeys and nothing else. Hotkeys, hotkeys, hotkeys!)
mac  apple  tools  tiger  useful 
september 2005 by ulrichp
Galerie
iPhoto web exporter on steroids, but that interface... Stop! With! The! Brushed! Metal! Already! Argh!
apple  mac  photography  technology  tiger  tools  useful  webdev 
september 2005 by ulrichp
TaskTime3
Seems like a really interesting piece of shareware for timing projects. I especially like that you can turn project timers into itsy-bitsy start and stop windows. I'd probably lose them - but then again, that's what Exposé is for.
mac  productivity  tools  apple 
september 2005 by ulrichp
TextMate: The Missing Editor for OS X
One of these days I would really like a license for this (see the 'wishlist' tag?). It seems like a very capable text editor, and no longer has a creepy robot as the icon. However, as it's not free, I'll have to stick to TextWrangler for now.
apple  cocoa  mac  tools  tiger  useful  wishlist  development 
september 2005 by ulrichp
Wikitosh! | Wikitosh / MustHaveSoftware
There are at least a few apps on here I hadn't heard of, and some I need to get again - like Quicksilver. I tried to stick to the combination of Spotlight + Spark, but Spotlight just plain sucks, frankly.
apple  mac 
september 2005 by ulrichp
Daring Fireball: The English-Likeness Monster
John Gruber on the hideous stupidity of AppleScript. (It's useful occasionally, but never when you need it to be... and don't get me started on Automator.)
apple  mac  blogging 
september 2005 by ulrichp
Album Cover Finder
Search for Album, CD, and MP3 Cover Artwork. US $9, Lite version is free.
apple  art  mac  music  windows 
september 2005 by ulrichp
rentzsch.com: Pixel Imperfection
"Three cosmetic flaws that, more than anything, disclose the author's continued descent towards the final ("Siracusa") level of interface design neurosis/obsession."
apple  cocoa  mac 
september 2005 by ulrichp
MakeZine.com
Must remember to subscribe to Make's podcast.
apple  books  electronics  geekery  howto  hacks  internet  linux  lifehacks  news  productivity  rss  tools  useful  science  development 
september 2005 by ulrichp

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