An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between November 12th and December 19th.
An automatically generated list of links that caught my eye between April 27th and May 17th.
A fun new piece of photo editing/post-processing software was just released yesterday evening. All in all, I’m really impressed with Flare, and had a lot of fun playing with it and exploring different filters and combinations of effects.
Comes in very handy when combined with John Gruber’s suggestions for running your Mac Flash-free.
I’ve been attempting to troubleshoot some issues with sending Excel files back and forth between my Mac at home and a professor who uses a Mac at home and a Windows PC at school. Even though we’re both using current versions of Excel, and though the files opened fine on her Mac, she was having consistent problems on the Windows machine.
A simple tip on setting up Mac OS X’s RSS Visualizer screensaver to display your Twitter update stream.
For those of you that are LT members (and Mac OS X users), they’ve just released a new toy: the LibraryThing Mac Screensaver. It’s actually just a specialized RSS feed that grabs random book covers from your library which you can put into Mac OS X’s RSS feed screensaver.
I’m not much of a gamer. Never have been, likely never will be. Generally, if I get into a game, it’s for a few minutes at a time, and either brainless but fun point-and-shoot or brainless drive-around-in-circles racing games.
Get ready to get sucked back in all over again…
First off, I hope your experiences with OS X continue to improve, as you indicated they had started to in a followup post. Figured I could go ahead and jump in the fray, though… ;)