Twitterholics and Twitter Haters alike (you know who you are @acemcawesome!) will LOVE this video. Best 4 minutes and 24 seconds you’ll spend today. I promise
Pixelcorps have released a new podcast called “Macbreak Work“. The first episode covers some of the new features of Apple’s Keynote ’09. I’ve been a keynote user for a user, but I learned a lot of really neat tricks. It’s about 10 minutes, and well worth the watch if you’re a Mac user. Check out their website, or subscribe directly to Macbreak Weekly in iTunes.
One of my developers (who shall remain nameless) was frustrated because he couldn’t figure out what key to press for a keyboard shortcut, and wrote this amusing email
Great easy-to-understand video about how the Google Ad auction process works:
It’s been a long time. I’ve decided to blog again. I used to use my blog as a way for me to store useful information that I’d like to find in the future.
Then I got into del.icio.us, and i didn’t need to blog.
Then I got into Twitter, and I felt like I had a voice to those who were interested.
But 140 characters doesn’t cut it.
I’ve got a lot of little tutorials and videos I want to publish that don’t fall into the Market Samurai or random tweets.
For example, I’ve been wanting to do little tutorial videos around what makes the Apple TV so great, and a bunch of other stuff.
PS: I’m writing this in a cool Mac app called “Blogo“. I’ll do a bit of a writeup if I get some time about how I find it.
Publishing at the speed of thought!
The result: you can now take a screencam video and publish it to youtube and to your blog in just a few minutes.
The lower the barrier to entry to content publishing, the more likely you’ll publish your little insights and “gems” that will benefit others.
Combine it with a great publishing platform like blogo and you can embed your content in your blog.
This is truly revolutionary.