Archive For May, 2005
If you come to this site very often you have probably seen some of my past posts about HeavyMail. They’re a client of mine. They’ve just released HeavyMail Mac 1.0.4. Among other things the new release adds OS X 10.4 Tiger compatibility.
We were both off on Monday, so we decided to take a little drive down to Big Sur. We followed the coast all the way down. There are some truly spectacular beaches on that drive. On the way down we stumbled upon the Rocky Point Restaurant. It’s an awesome place. The have a large outdoor [...]
The WWDC is only about a week away and posters have started going up around the city. This is a bus stop near my house. I can’t wait to see what announcements are made at the conference.
What do you do if there is a fire in your building? 1. Freak out and jump to your death.2. Calmly exit the building.3. Sit on your balcony and drink coffee. Apparently, this genius thought the answer was #3, because that’s exactly what he did when the fire alarm went off in our building early [...]
Happy Birthday One Digital Life! That’s right, I started this site exactly one year ago today. For it’s birthday I planned to give it some upgrades, and a new suit. But of course I’m a little late, as I am with all birthdays. I did manage to get Apache, MySQL, PHP, and WordPress running on [...]
Tonight we saw Kung Fu Hustle. It was AWESOME! This one is definitely a must see. It has subtitles, but it’s well worth the read. Check out the trailer and decide for yourself. But if this is playing in your area, I highly recommend seeing it before it’s too late. I actually laughed out loud, [...]
“Speck Products on Thursday introduced the iGuy, a bendable, posable case for Apple’s iPod that serves as both a protective cover and a toy. It’s a white, rubberized case that sports arms that bend to pose, legs that can fold and stretch and a removable screen protector. The iGuy is made of soft silicone material [...]
“New York research firm Vault published a survey of Apple employees yesterday, who said that they were “optimistic” about the company’s future, but concerned over “micromanagement and excessive turnover.” Says a former customer solutions specialist, “The business of the company is doing great especially with the iPod and their innovative designs. However just as any [...]