This morning I had an interesting surprise. After a couple of rounds if 8 invites to passout to people I am now greeted with a big 30 invites. I guess Google Wave is making progress and wants to include more people.
Sunday night I was on the Typical Mac User Podcast with Victor Cajiao talking about doing things with your Mac. It was a lot of fun and got some good questions from the chat room. Victor always has a lively bunch hanging out during the show, and he knows how to work the crowd.
Monday night I got the privilege of hanging out and talking with Dean Jensen of the Soho Technology Podcast. Bruce Barr and I were on talking about Open Source in the Soho environment. Dean brought something up that I hadn’t thought about in a while. Smaller networks, or more specifically, small businesses needs are different from that of larger corporations. It isn’t a one size fits all world and I know that, and not having been involved with small businesses/small networks in the capacity that Dean has as a consultant in a long while kinda got lost somewhere in my mind.
I saw this YouTube video this morning over on Frederator Studios and no matter how many times I see it, I still think it is cool.
While some selections are spot on (who can argue that “Tron” is not a benchmark of CG), some leave you scratching your head as to why they were listed instead of other films. For example, they list “Radioland Murders” but not “Toy Story”. Also, three of the films on the list haven’t been released yet. Huh?
In our normal podcast version of Technorama we have a segment called “Remember When?” where we talk about OLD School computers and stuff. Well we were doing a live show at the podcast and new media expo, and thought that we would create a video version of “Remember When” and play it during the live show…Here it is, enjoy.
I guess there will be a few posts today.
I am trying out Qumana as a desktop editor on the mac.
Yesterday I went on a Geo Cache hunt and found my first one! If you don’t know what GeoCaching is head on over here and read all about it. Basically, it is a treasure hunt with GPS coordinates. When you find the cache, you can take an object and leave something in return.
I found this at the base of a tree with a couple of sticks and leaves on it. I left a Deutsch Mark in return for a coin that was in the container.
I love these videos and this is no exception. For those of you *NOT* Faint of heart check out the Will it Blend? iPhone Video.
Wow can you believe it, no sooner did CES wrap but Apple came into Macworld and stole the show. A big chunk of the internet is a buzz about the new iPhone. This thing does just about everything. I think that they should have called it the iKitchenSink.
Not to miss this as well, but Apple also gave us some more info on the Apple TV. What I like about this is .. if it is in your iTunes it is on your TV. Homemade movies, music, purchased music, TV, movies…everything.