June 2010

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Best Blogs Zenhabits PostSecret Climate Progress HiLobrow Hipster Runoff Kottke.org Cake Wrecks The Oatmeal S___ My Kids Ruined Deadline Hollywood Everything Everywhere The Sartorialist Information Is Beautiful The Daily Kitten Shorpy Apartment Therapy Double X Strobist Roger Ebert’s Journal The Awl GeekDad Engadget The Washington Note The Consumerist Pitchfork Essential Blogs The Daily Wh.at TechCrunch […]

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How to sync and manage notes with Gmail and iO4

Ever since the first iPhone, there has been a “Notes” application. However, the ability to save and manage notes has always been fairly minimal. Now, with iOS4, Gmail users can easily manage their notes, even across multiple Gmail accounts. One of the apps that is seemingly unchanged from the very first iPhone release is the […]

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Video: An EVO 4G Salesman Confronts An iPhone 4 Shopper

((created by TechCrunch Europe)

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Expensify – Build Better Expense Reports

Expensify is an application developed with the premise that the process of creating accurate expense reports doesn’t have to be nearly as difficult as most people make it. Rather than letting receipts pile up and manually typing each item you’ve purchased into a massive spreadsheet, Expensify lets you import expenses directly from your credit card […]

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My iPhone 3GS runs iOS4

Two days ago I upgraded to iOS4 (jailbreak) and I am a happy man. The best: Folders: I used to have 7 or 8 screens, now I have only 1. All inboxes in 1: I keep my inboxes to zero messages. I love to see all the incoming email in a single place, from any […]

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How to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS with iOS4

Well, two days ago iOS4 was out. Two days later dev-team has released Pwnage Tool 4.01 to jailbrake your iPhone 3GS. First make sure that: If you have a Jailbroken iPhone 3GS with the OLD BOOTROM and you DID NOT use Spirit to jailbreak then you can create the ipsw with PwnageTool 4.0 and restore […]

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Stick with me, baby!: Cool Mac stickers

A group of designers living and working in Barcelona for Herraiz Soto & Co created a family of stickers to personalize the Apple logo on the MacBook with some hair. Clearly, these designers are not business types. If you’re a Mac user (like me) you may relate. The collection is called Stick With Me Baby. I don’t […]

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Human Furniture Art

Anthropomorphic design is nothing new, but these furniture objects are quite literally made of people. A cross between art photography,performance artand home furniture design, these strange shots show us a surreal artistic perspective on everyday household objects. These photographs may not be safe for work … nor are the creations they depict safe, and they do not […]

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YouTube Gets a Cloud-Based Video Editor

If you have found yourself like I recently have – stuck with video on an iPhone and a netbook, but no real way to edit it – then fret no more, because YouTube has added an editor. While the YouTube Video Editor is certainly nothing to compete with the likes of Final Cut Pro or Premiere, it has […]

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Memeo Launches “GDrive” with Google’s Blessing

Memeo, the company behind a host of backup, sharing and synchronization tools and mobile applications, has just launched Memeo Connect 2.0, an updated version of its earlier desktop-to-cloud synchronization service for Google Docs. Like its progenitor, Memeo Connect still offers drag-and-drop uploads, but in the latest release, the application’s operating system integration has been dramatically improved. Most […]

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Flowdock: keep your team organised

Flowdock is a web based project management tool that helps you keep your team organized and up-to-date with no effort. Similiar tools include yammer, Google wave or SociaWwork. Flowdock is similar to google wave, with strong focus on tagging. The best way for you to understand how it works it to watch their video:

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Noooo!

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Kevin Rose: ideas on ebooks

Most people of my generation still prefer the smell of a book to an iPad or a Kindle. Well I am not like my generation. I strongly believe that an ebook reader is the future, not just because it can hold all your books, but because it can offer endless things that you can not […]

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Mac OSX 10.6.4 is out

Mac OS X 10.6.4 is out and with it, Mail 4.3 which breaks GrowlMail, Letterbox, Letter Opener and DockStar. All but DockStar fixed though. To fix Growl Download a pre-patched GrowlMail.bundle and drop it in your ~/Library/Mail/Bundles/ directory. If you want it available to multiple users on your system, use /Library/Mail/Bundles/ Download: GrowlMail.mailbundle To fix Letter […]

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Superglue

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