Uzful.org’s Random Personal Picture Finder offers a great collection of photos which capture our society. The Random Personal Picture Finder takes random file name formulas used by digital cameras and does a search in Google’s Image finder. Nikon likes to use the DSCN0000.jpg formula. So uzful.org will insert a random number in that formula, like […]
Students get a free ipod mini when they buy a mac from apple.com. Lucky kids.
mixko.net is selling large computer key stools. they are pretty cool. Though you have to have just the right space for these things or else they’ll look dorky. They are hallow, so you can hid things under it, like a Mac Mini or your pet cat.
I know this image is a few months old, but I just came across it for the first time. Actually, I wouldn’t mind if the new powerbooks were that size. I just want portability. It doesn’t have to be extreme portability. Then again, perhaps I could make my imac g5 more portable. I’ve only transported […]
The apple is the great developer.
Every once in a while I like to cruise the cereal aisle to see what freebies are inside cereal boxes. I came across the coolest ever cereal box toy: THE STAR WARS LIGHT SABER SPOON! I’m not kidding. You don’t have to collect 5 proof purchases and pay $10. This baby is free. It’s right […]
I have a whole collection of error messages screen shots from Apple’s OS 9. Perhaps some day I will post them all to my website. It’s fun.
I got my Nikon Coolpix SQ to work! It had the hardest time focusing before. About 90% of the photos I took I had to focus the camera at least 5 times. Probably about 25% of the time it didn’t want to take the picture at all! Unfortunately, Andrea and I had to put up […]
January 1984There’s Steve Jobs with a full head of hair and a green bow tie introducing the very first Apple Computer. He looks as giddy as a little school girl. And that “insanely great” tag was part of the splash screen. They should bring that back… or maybe not. I’m sure all the Apple sites […]
It’s a 24k computer. No, it’s not 24 kilobytes. It’s 24 karats! (The computer is rotated in the photo above to fit in the banner.) AVA Computers makes luxury, custom computers. Their website doesn’t look so luxurious. It’s a bit tacky. Then again, owning a 24 karat gold computer isn’t real classy.