This thing is BAD ASS…
This thing is BAD ASS…
Seems that the featured counter actually ties to no tangible data and is increasing numbers at a calculated pace.
According to the algorithm that Apple is using for the fake counter, the billionth App would be sold sometime on the 20th at 4:57am.
Yeah – I thought so.
In any case, who cares about the clock when the implementation iself is nothing short of brilliant? It uses a single image to generate all of the numbers – and that includes the “animation”, and all without [gay, ugly, slow, bloated, cpu-intensive, etc] flash!
iTR will automatically send you an email every time somebody “@” replies or mentions you on twitter. Its goal is to make sure you get instant notification when somebody is trying to talk to you or about you on twitter. It’s a great easy & simple system so signup today.
This is actually awesome – not only does it email you whenever someone mentions your name on Twitter, but you can also reply to tweets by email, as well! ZOMG!
Thanks to @matthewlesh for this one.
The world’s inventory of lols, according to Google.
No matches were found for 100 lolols, effectively disproving the existence of the loololol. The internet contains 2,050,000 lulz. At no point is equilolbrium reached.
CamExtractor is a new application that could replace worthily the Image Capture software from Apple, at least as regards the importation of images from digital cameras or memory cards.
The program was written by Ricky D’Amelio (rickyprograms) is simple to use: just connect the device to your Mac and launch CamExtractor, which will initially import the images in the folder Documents / Images CamExtractor, then offer the choice to send them to iPhoto, to the Finder or both, and a window with very friendly (classic flow Automator) offer several options for renaming the files, allowing us to subsequently obtain a photographic archive orderly, less anonymous and quickly accessible.
The program, free and light, is available for download from the appropriate page of the site developer, who has also published a Videocast which explains the simple operation.
Yay for rickyprograms.
IMHO, there should be more Aussie Mac developers out there making great apps like Ricky. On ya, mate!
Impressive, Google. Very impressive indeed.
Homade’s LEGO-esque media players cleverly conceal their controls into the raised dots on the surface of each block. The players come in a variety of bold primary colors, and like their snap-together doppelgangers, are made primarily from plastic.
Ooh – awesome. Note the controls on the actual knobs of the brick – cute!
You and ‘SuperJenn’ were once pretty good friends, online. But one day you logged in and noticed that she’d axed you from her friends list. Shocked at first, you thought it must be some kind of accident. But after a few moments of soul searching… you realize that you probably over-engaged in one of the 11 behavioral triggers that can cause people to drop friends online.
The funny thing is, I’ve done pretty much all of these things – either on Twitter or on FaceBook.
Oh well. *shrugs*
Inspire the young Einstein by using IdeaPaint to transform children’s walls into a larger-than-life canvas for creativity, imagination, and fun.
IdeaPaint isn’t just for the kids. IdeaPaint is perfect for organizing a busy family – noting daily tasks, appointments, shopping lists and scheduling important events for the week.
via IdeaPaint | Gallery.
See, now this is one of those things that I should have thought of.
I’ve requested a free sample from their website – no idea if they ship to Australia, but hey – it’s free. Free is good.
Protego is the name I’ve given to my new Pee Cee. There’s a bit of a story behind this one, so bear with me.
So first up, we have the story of actually buying the thing. Originally, Protego was an server somewhere in Melbourne, when management had an “oh crap, we’re the largest Apple reseller in the world and we have too many PCs on hand” moment. Thus, the PC Clearance Sale was born.
I managed to obtain a copy of this catalogue through the usual official channels (that’s the email system, folks), and at the time, was looking for a cheap gaming machine to get my game on. My Steam account was filled up with games that I couldn’t play because the system requirements were too high for any machine that I had in my possession. Games like TF2, Left 4 Dead, CS:Source, and even Portal struggled on any hardware that I had, and only CS:Source even ran on my paltry GMA 950 MacBook… What I needed was a cheap gaming rig. I wasn’t prepared to fork out hundreds of dollars, though – the PC I bought had to be able to handle the games I wanted to play, while having a lifespan of a couple of years.
In any case, I managed to find a computer that suited me – an ex-server, something with a little grunt behind it, but also plenty of expansion options. If you’re interested, Protego is actually an IBM eServer xSeries server, the 8485 variant of the 206m models. It came with a 3.0GHz Pentium 4 CPU (with Hyper Threading), 2x1GB ECC DDR2 PC2-4200 RAM, as well as 2x80GB SATA HDDs.
Now obviously I’m going to be using a machine like this for gaming, and I don’t think the inbuilt ATi ES1000 graphics with 16MB ram are going to cut it. Luckily for me, an XFX 8400GS (w/ 256MB RAM) was also in the PC Clearance Sale – I managed to nab that as well. I put in my order for all the parts, and I was set. Or so I thought…
Elation turned to disappointment when the machine arrived at my location. I opened it up to find that it only had a physical 8x PCIe slot – not a 16x one, which most graphics cards take. Even more unfortunately, it wasn’t an open-ended slot either – the 8400GS that arrived with it was, unsurprisingly, a physical 16x card. Some research had to be done on my part.
This is actually amazing; I’m stunned at both the final result and the abolsoute dedication needed to pull something like this off, not to mention the attention to detail and skills required…
Hit the link above for more Wall-E case modding goodness…