In this second series of Resonate Development Update, you’ll see how Resonate can be used to show a Twitter stream in an overhead projection – to an LCD Projector or Television Set (with the appropriate cable). The use case was inspired by Monica Rankin’s Twitter Experiment where she used Twitter to aid class discussion. It […]
Hi All In case you are wondering where have I been in the past few months, here is a quick update of what I’ve been doing. In short I’ve been doing some work to News Anchor and researching new product opportunities for Basil Salad. With the recent release of Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion”, I’ve […]
News Anchor users can download News Anchor 2.4.1 beta from my dropbox folder – as long as it’s there. As usual, Mac App Store customers will need to run the current live version so that it will create the necessary license file. This version is primarily bug fixes and performance enhancements. The Growl notifications are […]
News Anchor 2.4 beta is out.. if you feel like you like being in the bleeding edge, you can download it from my DropBox folder (as long as its there). Changes from the last version: Performance improvements. Specifically the GUI should still be responsive even when you’re refreshing a lot of feeds. Growl support. Finally […]
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News Anchor 2 is launched today along with the opening of the Mac App Store. With News Anchor you can now listen to your favorite blogs and news sites and simply sit back, relax, and enjoy as the virtual newscaster reads you the news. The user interface have been completely revamped with a fresh selection […]
Finally News Anchor 1.0 is released – those of you who subscribes to my Facebook profile probably already know by now ^_^ News Anchor is an alternative news reader (RSS/ATOM feed client) for Mac OS X. It is a universal binary application designed to run on Leopard and Snow Leopard. The rest of this article […]
Strange as it may seem, the latest update to AirKill was rejected due to the word “beta” in the iTunes app store description. Innocently I put the words “… anonymous beta tester…” as one of the commentaries in the app store description (the “beta tester” in question is actually one of my girlfriend’s colleague […]