Just in case you're wondering, the posts on the blog to date won't necessarily be typical of "My Own Reality" posts. It's just that I'm currently recording a screencast on Flock which should be published tomorrow. I needed to create some posts for the screencasts so I thought I'd leave them in place for posterity. I'll post the links to the screencast once it's ready or you could always subscribe to ScreenCastsOnline and get it "hot off the press" - Subscribe in iTunes
Construction continues on the upgraded and enlarged theater for the Regent Street (London) store, but it will bust out on July 15th when the current theater closesso the project can be completed. All the work is being done behind the current theater, but will finish up at the end of ...
IfoApplestore suggests that the Regent St store is nearing completion with an extended theater space. I wonder what happened to the stairs going up to the third floor?
I’m sure I’m not alone when I say that I am starting to get really pumped up for WWDC, now just under a month away. Why? Well, I’m definitely expecting some new hardware from Apple. Mac Pros seem pretty likely. But what I’m really anticipating is the first sneak peak of Mac OS X Leopard, or 10.5.
Looking forward to seeing the results of this!
This is a demo of using Flock to create a blog post using its built in blogging tools. Those screencastonline viewers who read the forums this morning and have checked out the blog may realise that this weeks screencast is all about Flock. It's astounding..... It's fully integrated with:
- Delicious - for social bookmarking
- Flickr - for photo sharing
- Blogging - Has a built in blogging tool
- RSS Reader - Fully featured RSS reader
iUseThis is a new site which can be best described as an union between digg and MacUpdate. The front page of the site displays a listing of the most recent updates for OS X software. Registered users can click on the applications they use to, in a sense "voting" for them. The more people using an application, the higher up on the page it is. This lets visitors easily see the most popular software releases at a glance.
Looks pretty cool and could be a valuable resource. The tags implementation is really useful but I'm suprised to see Quicksilver with 434 users and Launchbar with only 35 - Ah well, 36 now!Note: - The site is getting a lot of traffic so may need a restart or two - Hope they can cope with the demand!