In my previous post I talked about the Gadget synth suite by Korg. Well, I kinda flailed around until I got something I liked. Perhaps I should have watched this YouTube video on it before flailing and I may have made better progress. Learn from my mistake 😀
Checking out the App Store’s Free App of the Week — Pivvot — just happens to be a game! Originally was $2.99.
As we’ve seen previously (The more screens, the better — Our guide to multiple monitors ), having more screens to distribute your desktop across can be a huge benefit to your computing experience. And as you’ll have noticed in the title, if you’ve got a tablet, you can even bring it into the mix, as long […]
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 […]
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 […]
Ever since the Apple II days, I’ve been a flight simulator geek. I’ve always been interested in aviation, but due to my less-than-perfect eyesight, a career as a pilot wasn’t in the cards. But that didn’t dim my interest in aviation. And given my interest in computers & technology, it seemed natural that I’d gravitate […]
Earlier today the folks behind one of my favourite iOS digital darkroom apps (FX Photo Studio) announced a great new collaborative photography app and project, in the form of a contest: As a gesture of appreciation to its loyal fans, MacPhun is also developing the first ever jointly collaborated, free standalone wallpaper app that will […]