Yes, we’re all suffering from information overload, but it’s often hard to know what to do about it. One solution: a service called RescueTime.
Author Archive | Allan Hoffman
Ranked #74 in Viral Video 100
You sing a song with your young daughter, and the next thing you know, you’re an Internet star. Yes, it happens.
Ranked #32 in Viral Video 100
Birds appear on wires. A photograph is snapped. And from the photo — from the position of the birds on the wires — a musical composition emerges. Strange and wonderful. Sit back and watch (and listen).
I’m really into movie editing tools, especially those that are relatively easy to use, such as iMovie, but even the tools meant for amateurs require a certain degree of experience—and time—to generate decent results. Fortunately, there’s a solution to this, in the form of tools that essentially do the magic of video editing for you.
You may know about Hipstamatic and Instagram, but that’s just the start for iPhone photography. Here’s a list of the top 100 iPhone photography apps.
The New York Times explores iPhoneography, photo strolls, and talks to Doctor Popular, who names ten great iPhone photography apps.
Macworld’s got something of a crowdsourced uber-list of the possibilities for Dropbox, and it’s just awesome.
Two websites on our Indie 100 list, 20×200 and Tiny Showcase, have made it onto a top 10 list of spots to buy art online.
Incredible. An animated video clip for Blush’s song “Undivided.” Made on an iPad using the Brushes app. Wow.
Here’s a very quick, very brief preview of three standout features of Mac OS X Lion.