Archive for October 2006

Apple: They Keep Innovating

Monday, October 30th, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 21:35

With the introduction of the MacBook Pro line in early 2006 Apple added the innovative magnetic power cord. Alongside the upgrade to Intel’s Core 2 Duo came another tiny little — though fantastic — feature overlooked at first sight: the invisible iSight indicator.1 While the integrated iSight is recording a small green LED lights up […]

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Automatically Get the Beats into iTunes

Thursday, October 19th, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 22:56

Tangerine1 is a new OS X application (currently a free beta) to automatically analyze the BPM of your music in iTunes. Potion Factory states: Tangerine lets you easily create playlists with upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. […] it analyzes the songs blazingly fast to the tune of more than 3 per second (on an […]

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deUncategorize 1.1: Small Enhancements

Wednesday, October 18th, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 23:01

deUncategorize is bloody brilliant […] Genius! Jo Salmon The purpose of deUncategorize is to deselect the default category set under Options — Writing (Uncategorized per default) if any other category is selected while writing or editing a post on your WordPress blog. deUncategorize 1.1 (October 18th, 2006) — this version comes with some small enhancements: […]

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How to Answer the One Million Dollar Question

Saturday, October 14th, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 22:38

This guy knows how you should answer the final question on Who Wants to be a Millionaire with style. Hilarious!

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How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 16:02

Just four easy to remember steps are required. Who hasn’t been is this situation?

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Optical Illusion’s Effect Lasts Overnight

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006 by Daniel M. Gattermann at 01:27

I didn’t believe this optical illusion’s effects would really last overnight but they do! First take a look at this grid. It clearly consists of black and white lines. Keep this in mind! To experience the so called McCollough Effect you now need to stare at two squares consisting of black and colored lines for […]

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