So I guess I won’t be needing MagicPrefs for my non-existant Magic Mouse. But I’m not really all that bitter. My Mac is an iBook G4 that I mostly use on the train to work so carrying a small wireless (aka lose-able) peripheral around with me doesn’t really make sense… Continue reading “Dear TechCrunch – No I Didn’t Get A Magic Mouse”
Invites have been passed out.
January 5th is the day.
Nexus One is the main act.
Google has announced an Android press release… Continue reading “Droid “Doesn’t” See the Nexus One Coming”
I knew I had stayed in the office too late on a Friday night when I started seeing white dots drift slowly across my screen. As I watched I quickly realized that it wasn’t a symptom of failing vision, but rather a Christmas gift to the dashboard of WordPress.com. So I just sat and stared for a minute, pretending to be somewhere with real snow. After a while I snapped out of it and grabbed this screenshot to try and share the joyful holiday experience with everyone… Continue reading “It’s Snowing at WordPress?”
I’ve been cheating on Google Chrome for a while now… But only because I have to. Whenever I’m doing just about any work online I always have Chrome open for my major browsing and Firefox open for any toolbars, bookmarking, SEO analysis, Delicious Browsing, etc.
But according to sources close to the situation, in the middle of next week we might see some much needed extensions released for the gloriously fast Chrome.
I’ve loved using Chrome up to this point for the simple fact that I can click it’s icon and my homepage opens as fast as the browser does. No load time. I love the blazing speed. Continue reading “Finally Google Chrome Will be Fast AND Functional”