Apple came out with updated Mac Pros and iMacs today. I’m an iMac man myself, so that’s what I checked out. Looks nice! Of course, The League of Internet Commenters is busy finding flaws and comparing it to similar offerings from Apple’s competitors. Hardware isn’t my strong suit, but I know half…
Many people are familiar with the Command+Shift+4 keyboard shortcut to access Mac OS X’s screenshot tool. This command lets you drag around an area of the screen to capture it as a PNG file on your desktop (use Command+Shift+3 to snap your entire display at once). If you press Space after…
Do you want to know how to start looking better? Simplify.
Stop wearing clothes with logos, prints and crazy details.
Instead, focus on great basics. When I say basics, I mean basics. White t-shirt. Blue dress shirt. White oxford. Blue jeans. Gray wool pants. Khaki chinos. Blue blazer. Gray suit. Great boots. Basic shoes. Focus on blue, white, gray. Buy good clothes that fit.
It’s OK for your clothes to be a simple frame for what’s important: you.
Apple is just knocking these out of the goddamn galaxy. Forget it, there’s no trick or cypher to it - no “products instead of users”, no “emotion over technology”. Like Pixar’s movies, Apple’s ads are simply getting all of it right.
Apple has a new page with dimensional drawings of iPods, iPhones, and iPads. It’s a resource for businesses looking to build cases for these devices, but it’ll also come in handy to those who are modeling said products for marketing materials and such. I love Apple’s single-serving pages of this sort.
With Safari crashing daily (it’s like on self-destruct mode or something), I’m going to be using Google Chrome, Camino, and Webkit in its place. As much as I love Safari (and it’s still my default Web browser), this crashing business is starting to get old.