Squeeze is a great application to compress large folders and still have Snow Leopard read them like regular directories. For $9.95 to save tons of hard drive space its a great little tool and don’t worry it doesn’t really slow down your computer much at all. Download or Buy Squeeze
Came across this when searching for some new mashups for the gym. Found the mix to be pretty interesting. Lots of mixing going on here kudos to Dj Earworm for his State of Pop Mashup. Anyone know of any really good mashups for working out to? you can follow him on twitter here
Adobe Browser Lab: Fast tool to see a screenshot of a webpage in many browsers. it has a nice side-by-side feature for seeing your sites next to one another in various browsers. I like this tool cause its faster then using a Virtual Machine but its not a feasible tool for testing things like rollovers Read More
Interesting little video showing the growth of Twitters Codebase from April 2006 till now.
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How to create your own terrarium inside an everyday Light Bulb! Came across this article on The Hipster Home. Not that I have the time to be able to do this but it was awesome enough to get bookmarked for a rainy day. If anyone does this please comment and put up a photo of Read More
I’ve downloaded and played with just about every twitter application or webapp that I can get my hands on. I will leave a list of them at the bottom of this post so you can check them out yourself but I wanted to call your attention my newest favorite twitter application. With Hootsuite you can Read More
Minus having an Edit undo function in real life there is something nice about being able to organize your physical workspace into various piles of things and stick a post it note to your bulletin board or computer screen to put things into plain sight. Though its been around for sometime for Windows they recently Read More
Whats not awesome about Ninjas opening up a Cell Phone? Exactly..
Apple’s built-in Web Sharing feature allows you to run a webserver on your own machine. For ease of use on developing locally I personally prefer using tools like MAMP or XAMPP because they install and make it easier to get databases configured and require a great deal less work then going through terminal and configuring Read More