I’m sorry to miss the podcast again today, but I’ve had a family emergency and I’m not going to be around this afternoon. I may not be back tomorrow either, but I hope I will be. We’ll see.
Archives for October 2007
Well these fellas just went above and beyond the call of duty. They actually have LCD TVS attached to their chests, and the video playing on them is coming from a video iPod. This is probably the best iPhone costume you will ever see… via TUAW
This is a guest post on Apple Gazette. It is part of a week of guest posts from a variety of bloggers and frequent Apple Gazette commentors. The thoughts and opinions expressed in these guest posts is not necessarily that of Apple Gazette. Graphic designer, frequent commentor, and car seller Rick O’Neal created these great […]
If you like to customize the look and feel of your Mac, then you’ll dig both of these links. The first is for those of you that are unhappy with the new Dock. By replacing 4 images you can change the look of your Dock from bright and reflective to smokey looking and reflective. It’s […]
The folks down at Cupertino are very happy today I’d bet. Apple just issued a press release stating that they have sold 2 million copies of Leopard in the first weekend of the operating system’s release. This far out paces the sales of Tiger, and should easily lead Leopard to being the biggest OS release […]
I use a USB mic to record Apple Gazette Daily. It’s a Samson Q1U. It doesn’t work with Leopard apparently – so I’m not quite sure what to do about the show. I will either have it fixed on Wed – or I’ll have to get another mic. For today, there will be no episode. […]
So, there’s a plugin for WordPress that will make it so that when you visit a WordPress site, it is optimized for the iphone. I’ve debated installing this plugin for the site to give you a cleaner experience when using your iPhones – but I REALLY like seeing the full design on the site when […]
Boy do I hate the transparent Menu Bar in Leopard. Luckily, I got rid of it, and you can too! All you have to do is click here to download a nice little freeware application that will wipe that transparent bar out of existence and give you the glorious return of the bar in all […]
Apple fan Nick Haley really liked the iPod Touch…so he made this commercial at home using elements from Apple.com and Final Cut Pro… Apple liked it so much, that they gave Nick a call, then a plane ticket, and he got to fly out and help make a broadcast version of the commercial which will […]
This is a guest post on Apple Gazette. It is part of a week of guest posts from a variety of bloggers and frequent Apple Gazette commentors. The thoughts and opinions expressed in these guest posts is not necessarily that of Apple Gazette. First I would like to thank dear Michael for hosting my guest […]
This week we’re going to have some guest posts here at Apple Gazette. I won’t be going anywhere…I’ll still be posting, and the podcast will still be daily (except for Tuesday, when I will be out of town). There will be at least one guest post a day during the week, assuming everyone gets theirs […]
Apple’s latest OS update is here. It’s name is Leopard – but you probably already know that. The latest version of OSX features a number of upgrades and enhancements – the question is, are those updates and enhancements worth your $129. Hmm…let’s take a look and see. Installation First things first, you have to install […]
Tee hee. Guess what the FedEx fairy just dropped off at my door step? I’ll be back….
So, today is going to be kind of a weird day here. I’m not going to spend 24 hours reminding you of the features of Leopard, or post 100 screenshots of the System Preferences menu, instead, I’m going to install Leopard as soon as it arrives, and tell you how that works, both on a […]
Leopard on the way…but missing a few little features. Plus more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is now […]