Posts Tagged: 'software'

Todoist Focussed View

I recently tweeted this image of a focussed view with in the task app Todoist. Since doing so I’ve been asked the same two questions – how do you do that and where can I get that wallpaper? To get the focussed view in Todoist is so simple: Resize the Todoist window horizontally, at a certain Continue Reading

Steve Jobs

I was up rather late last night, and thought I’d check Twitter on my iPad one last time before heading to bed. I did so just as the news of Steve Jobs passing away hit Twitter; somehow it felt fitting to be watching people express their sadness and thanks on one of the amazing devices Continue Reading

iMoka

Whilst making my coffee this morning I remembered this video I shot a while back as a test of iMovie on the iPhone and iPad. I was surprised just how good the video from the iPhone is, but also surprised at what a palaver it is to get the movie off of the iPhone and Continue Reading

Helvetireader Icon For Fluid Redux

I love Jon Hicks’ Helvetireader theme for Google Reader especially as a Fluid app. Joshua Brewer created a brilliant icon for use with Helvetireader and Fluid which I have used since day 1. However of late the way the Hr icon sat with my other icons started to bug me; most dock icons are tilted Continue Reading

Walt Mossberg Misses the Point?

Walt Mossberg, the respected Wall Street Journal personal technology columnist, has a “review” of Apple’s latest version of iWork over on All Things Digital. I’m obviously biased, but I feel he has missed the point in comparing iWork 08 with Microsoft Office for the Mac. iWork is quite clearly targeted at a different audience to Continue Reading

Release the Sound of Your iPod

Because of the bloody French, European iPods have a very low and very annoying volume limit. Back off Brussels!  I’m a grown up and can operate a volume control. Sorry… thankfully it’s possible to hack the firmware on the iPod and remove this Nanny State nastiness. To do so is pretty tricky but some very Continue Reading