Monthly Archives: April 2007
When I want to learn more about a MIDI sequencer or DAW I do a cover. It frees my mind from having to think a lot about the actual music and more about just getting it into a computer. I … Continue reading
eMusic is sending out emails requesting that users fill out a survey asking them about features they’d like to see, what they dislike the most, and how the service can improve. There were 3 big things for me: 1 – … Continue reading
Maybe I’d like to think I am – I did send feedback for iPhoto in 2005 that said something like “Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if iPhoto had something like podcasts for pictures? You could call it ‘photocasts’ or something … Continue reading
I don’t do web development full time and I still want features that Dreamweaver has. So why would I get a license for Coda?Part of it is because I want to discipline myself into doing more hand coding. I can … Continue reading
Today is a joyous occasion in my iTunes library. After about a year of hard work and perseverance, every song in my library has a rating. With a small library of 15 gigs there wasn’t much point in rating music. … Continue reading
Few things are scarier than this face looking at you bright and early in the iTunes store.I would’ve loved to see a video of a photographer editing this shot in Aperture or Lightroom.They really need to make those colors pop.
Hardly anybody knew anything about Coda 48 hours ago, but I’ve been wanting it since I first started using Dreamweaver on OSX. It was another instance of a Mac app that’s not really a Mac app. Panels that are floating … Continue reading
I love this sketch.
I guess it wouldn’t be right to talk about GTD without mentioning Quicksilver.The basic introduction that everyone gets to Quicksilver is to think of it as an application launcher. Well, that’s great, but why have a launcher when you have … Continue reading