• Hard Graft Pocket iPad Case

    After my recent struggles with the DODO Case I was on the hunt for an excellent iPad case. That lead me back to a company that I have always wanted to order from: Hard Graft. They have always made very cool bags for your Macbook and that tradition carries on with the iPad. I took […]

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  • Introducing Campfire for iPhone

    37Signals purchased the Ember app and made it free (changing the name to Campfire) – it was/is the best way to communicate with Campfire while on your iPhone.

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  • Facebook Adds Delete Account Option?

    Slashdot had this from roseability: “Facebook have quietly added the ability to delete you account. ‘Deactivate Account’, under Account Setting, has become ‘Deactivate or Delete Account’, and when checked it purports to permanently delete your account and all information you have shared. Facebook is actually willing to erase your data permanently? They must be counting […]

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  • Peter Sunde Banned From Operating The Pirate Bay

    TorrentFreak: Indeed, all of the three people who are now banned from operating the site no longer live in Sweden. This also complicates the enforcement of the rulings since it is pretty much impossible to check whether or not Peter, Fredrik and Gottfrid are complying with their demands. Now kids this is what we call […]

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  • The Real Scoop on Ad Age in the ‘Mad Men’ Era

    I am a huge Mad Men fan and watched the season premiere on Sunday night. I thought the episode was great as usual, but did notice the mention of Ad Age in the episode. Though I don’t think it warranted this response. Rance Crain: What’s wrong with this picture? No. 1, we never did interviews […]

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  • Samsung Galaxy S: Hands-On with the Latest Android Smartphone

    Mashable: The Samsung Galaxy S is a fantastic smartphone. Call quality is crisp, data connections are fast, and the phone flies through apps and web pages. While we wish Samsung had left some aspects of Android alone on the software side, some of the touches to TouchWiz are actually an improvement. The screen on the […]

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  • How to Focus

    Clay Johnson: I’ve been using a second monitor for nearly ten years, thinking that vast amounts of space were key to productivity. The second monitor myth has been around for quite some time. Yet the only actual scientific study I could find linking multiple monitors to productivity was done in 2003 by a monitor manufacturer, […]

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  • 1Password: Automatic Syncing Using Dropbox

    1Password can now sync via the cloud using Dropbox – this is a long awaited feature and is implemented really well. 1Password is a must have for any computer user – it stores all your passwords and automatically logs you in to sites. It can help you create secure passwords and even store billing addresses […]

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  • New Apple Products Out

    Today Apple released new products: Mac Pro iMac 27″ LED Cinema Display Magic Trackpad Battery Charger The battery charger is very interesting as is the Magic Trackpad. I am going to be stopping in at my local Apple Store to see if they have either in stock today. I am curious to see how practical […]

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  • Nadia Camera Offers Opinion of Your Terrible Photos

    Charlie Sorrel: Instead of an LCD screen to check your pictures, the Nadia judges them for you and assigns a percentage score using the automatic rating engine Acquine. It does this even before you press the shutter, allowing you to compose and recompose, with Nadia offering an electronic opinion every time. When you judge the […]

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  • Final Thoughts on the iPhone 4

    I don’t like to review anything until I feel that I really know the device. The iPhone 4 has been with me for a quite a while now and I finally feel comfortable enough to share my thoughts / review with you all. So Sharp It Can Cut You On day one I described the […]

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  • Smarter Than the Average Bear

    This was a note at the bottom of the page for this bear vault that I was looking at buying, REI.com: There is a bear in the Marcy Dam area of the Adirondacks in upstate New York that has learned to open BearVault food containers. I’m not even mad – just impressed.

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  • Most iPhone users love AT&T

    David Goldman: …77% of iPhone owners say they’ll buy another iPhone, compared to 20% of smartphone customers who say they’ll buy an Android phone. Like I tell most people the iPhone is currently king of the hill and once you use it you cannot imagine going back to another phone. (in case you are curious […]

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  • YouTube Launches New HTML5-Friendly Embed Code

    Christina Warren: With the new embed, however, it is possible to view video using the HTML5 player, provided you have signed up for the beta version and are in an HTML5-compatible browser. If the embedded video has elements that aren’t compatible with HTML5, the Flash browser will be used instead. A step in the right […]

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  • Firefox Just Perfected Tabbed Browsing. It’s Like Apple’s Expose Plus Spaces For The Web

    This is really cool – though I suspect that it is not as useful as shown. This is solely based off of my experience with Exposé on the Mac. It is a cool feature that has its moments, but for the most part I never use it.

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  • New in Basecamp: Custom favicon and iPhone icons

    37Signals: Basecamp now has a favicon and iPhone icon that you can customize with your own logo. Finally.

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  • Windows Phone 7 in-depth preview

    Joshua Topolsky: Let’s just put this up front: the keyboard in Windows Phone 7 is really, really good. We’re talking nearly as good as the iPhone keyboard, and definitely better than the stock Android option. It’s one of the best and most accurate virtual keyboards we’ve used on any platform — and that’s saying a […]

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  • I Can No Longer Recommend the DODO Case for iPad

    I was pumped when I got my first DODO Case for my iPad – it was awesome, beautiful and looked like my Moleskin notebooks, a perfect case. The other day I saw this post about DODO talking about what a wild success they have been, and it got me to thinking about how much I […]

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  • India Develops World’s Cheapest Tablet

    Stan Schroeder: In another attempt to bring a usable computer to the masses at an extremely affordable price point, India has developed a touchscreen computing device which will cost only $35. According to a press release by India’s Press Information Bureau, the price is expected to drop even further, first to $20 and ultimately to […]

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  • HP Wants To Become Apple. WebOS Is The Key

    MG Siegler: WebOS is the key to all of this. It’s the software layer that HP’s hardware has been lacking — forcing them to go with Microsoft instead. But the Palm acquisition in April changed all of that. From the moment that happened, HP has made no secret that the reason for the deal was to “double-down” on […]

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