Friday, March 31, 2006

Fool Me Twice, Shame on You

Think Geek has some great new (fake) products for April Fool's Day. I repeat, these are not real.

CNET's Worst in Tech 2006 (so far)

Worst in technology, software, and tech business so far in 2006. Thankfully, our name is nowhere to be found.

Molto Vibrato

So if you haven't seen it yet, check out this month's NOTION newsletter, and definitely give a listen to the featured composer, Jim Boitnott. If you're not already a subscriber to the newsletter, be sure to sign up.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Mac Icons

Pixel Press has some pretty incredible icon sets, so for those of you lucky enough to own a Mac, have at it.

Apple OS Evolution in Pictures

On April 1st, Apple turns 30 years old. In celebration, Wired has collected screenshots of the Apple OS from the beginning through today. Check it out here.

Fool Me Once, Shame on You...

With April 1st coming up soon, speculation begins in earnest regarding Google's April Fool's Joke this year. This article has some ideas, as well as reminiscing Google's past April Fool's jokes.

Pump Down the Volume?

For my fellow iPod owners, Apple is releasing a software update today for all current iPod models (iPod nano, and iPod with video) allowing the user to limit the volume their iPod is capable of putting out in response to customer complaints. I sort of thought that's what the volume knob was for, but hey, who am I?

More Than Meets the Eye

Sorry for the lack of posts as I've been on a little mini-vacation. Hopefully I'll have lots for you today.

First up is a short test film of Optimus Prime (in white rather than red) made by a fan in anticipation of the upcoming Transformers live-action movie. Very cool.