In its short history, Tapbots has released two incredibly well-designed utilities for the iPhone: Weightbot & Convertbot. Last night they launched their third – and in my opinion, it’s the best bot yet. Pastebot is the ultimate clipboard manager for the iPhone or iPod touch. I’ve been lucky enough to use this app for a… Continue reading Best Bot Yet
Two years ago, I wrote a post detailing many of the reasons why I wasn’t going to buy an iPhone. Needless to say, things have changed since then. First, a little backstory: I had planned to keep my old phone and number with Alltel/Verizon. I had made arrangements with my previous employer to transfer everything… Continue reading Why I got an iPhone.
Is Adobe Creative Suite 4 worth the upgrade? Having been involved in the Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium beta test for the better part of this year, I’ve had a good bit of experience using the new versions of Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator. Here are just a few of the things that have stood… Continue reading Is CS4 worth the upgrade?
PicLens is an add-on for Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari that will change the way you interact with a lot of websites. The add-on is currently compatible with Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa Web Albums, DeviantArt, Smugmug, Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, Hi5, Friendster, Google Images, Yahoo Images, Ask Images, Live Images, and AOL Images. These screen captures really… Continue reading Piclens: Photo Browsing Enhanced
A few months ago, I picked up a Canon PowerShot S5 IS from Amazon.com. It’s the nicest digital camera I’ve owned so far. I chose this camera for a few reasons: I wanted something more than 6.0 Megapixels; I wanted something with at least 8x optical zoom; I wanted something that could use lens accessories;… Continue reading Canon PowerShot S5 IS
For the past week I’ve been testing out several Beta applications associated with Windows Live. I initially learned about them while upgrading to the latest Windows Live Writer Beta. What I’ve seen so far has been exceptional. The unified interfaces, ease of use, and quick responsiveness have earned these apps a place in my daily… Continue reading Live
I’ve been working on a couple of lengthy articles that I should have available on the site soon. The first is a review of Litmus, an email and browser testing web app. The second article is a review of the Light content management system.
Buzzword is abso-friggin-lutely gorgeous. Seriously. I learned about Buzzword when I heard that Adobe bought the company developing it: Virtual Ubiquity. After spending a good bit of time using Buzzword, I may never use Microsoft Word or Google Docs again. (Check out these screenshots.) Adobe was smart to pick this company up. It’s a fantastic… Continue reading Buzzword
Since this post gets a good bit of traffic, I think it’s worth noting that you ought to check out RunKeeper if you happen to own an iPhone 3G/3GS. Not only does it not require a dongle, it’s more accurate and doesn’t require the latest hardware (3GS) to run. Well, I am nearly two weeks… Continue reading An alternative to Nike+
A while back, I wrote about how I was able to sync Google Calendar events with my iPod using Outlook 2007. Because of various problems I had with Outlook 2007, including data corruption issues caused in part by subscribing to Internet Calendars, I uninstalled the program and reinstalled Outlook 2003 on my system. I’ve tried the open-source add-in for… Continue reading In Sync