Google Mac Developer Playground – Google Code

It’s great to see Google developing some great apps for the Mac. In an effort to show that its employees’ “20 percent time” is benefiting Mac users, Google unveiled its officially unofficial sandbox for Mac developers today. Take a look here: http://code.google.com/mac/

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That Sony Bravia Bunnies ad and the Apple iMac.

There’s been a lot of fuss kicked up recently about the new Bunnies ad from Fallon for Sony Bravia. The general gist is that an independent illustration agency submitted ideas to Passion Pictures; the animation house behind the bunnies; in 2002. There were a lot of similarities. You can read more about it here, andContinue reading “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That Sony Bravia Bunnies ad and the Apple iMac.”

BBC online services will be free via The Cloud Wi-Fi network

The BBC are to offer their online service for free through The Cloud Wi-Fi network. This follows an annoucement that from O2 that the iPhone will be given free usage of the same hotspots, although the highly unclear “fair usage” policy applies to the iPhone. The BBC also confirmed that Mac users will be ableContinue reading “BBC online services will be free via The Cloud Wi-Fi network”

Leopard’s Time Machine explained via a quantum physics metaphor. It’s complex.

Time Machine is the backup software which will ship with Apple’s new Leopard operating system. I was one of the people who was pretty underwhelmed when it was released as a major new feature. Yeah.. it’s a backup?! Well done. I stumbled across this article today, giving me a new found respect for the engineersContinue reading “Leopard’s Time Machine explained via a quantum physics metaphor. It’s complex.”