As a parent of nobody, this has little value to me, but somehow this blog “works” because it has a nice focused vertical as well as a clever graphic, two features a personal blog like this doesn’t have. Continue reading about the future of blogging. →
Here is a fun little observation that Paul alighted to: The most popular camera model used to create photos uploaded to Flickr on fd’s website is the Nikon D70.
Mark Goldstein has a nice little article on the death of the bridge camera over at PhotographyBLOG.
I talked about the bridge camera in an earlier article. My main contention is that bridge is often better for more people, but they’re going to buy dSLR anyway.
Plaxo just released Server 2.12.
Now that we have a bunch of partners using our website, we had to slide an extra step in the release train that allows the partners to test against the release candidate for a few weeks before release. What this means is Iâ€™ve forgotten what is in this release. For me, it was basically a big bug fix release. Continue reading
Pity Microsoft sometimes.
What possess them to send out hype announcements just before a Steve Jobâ€™s keynote/event? I know Apple has a tiny marketshare, but in the geek world, their mind share is huge. This is why Appleâ€™s announcements top Google News Sci/Tech section even after a mediocre product announcement.
More is the pity because Origami is actually a very interesting device.
(Be warned, the Origami website linked is pointless.)
(Thanks to the people of this Flickr thread for informing me of this.)
It looks like Apple caved into all hearsay by photographers and is releasing a new version of Aperture catered to them.
The major thing to note, IMO, is that Aperture 1.1 will be a universal binary and available as a free update, paving my purchase of a 17″ MacBook Pro in August.
But letâ€™s look at the features in this update: