Ever since I got my Apple TV, I have been watching video podcasts on it (and is now the sole reason I haven't switched to Plex completely), and the one that's been in my iTunes subscription list since the very beginning is GeekBrief.tv. Imagine my surprise when I saw the show notes for episode 780, and then watched the episode itself. The last episode? Well, sort of. Immediately after going to CaliLewis.me, I found out Cali is continuing, but under a different name - GeekBeat - and now with Revision3 (of Diggnation fame, GeekBrief used to be with Mevio). No idea what has been going on,...
Is it a Corvette? Is it General Lee? It's both!
Today we'll be able to download iOS4. Not the full joy for my iPhone 3G, but still interesting (planning to get an iPhone 4 as soon as it is available). TiPb has a nice walktrhough overviewing all the new features. Linking this as much for myself for later reference as anything :)
I'm not color blind, but I always find this kind of stuff fascinating.
The software powering the Mini Seven Club Nederland forum has reached its 10th birthday. Happy birthday phpBB.
Wow... The Mac Mini has received an update. It now has HDMI, a new, sexy case (aluminium, unibody and much lower) and some other nice spec updates. But especially the HDMI and the new form factor scream "move over AppleTV, I'm going for the living room". Now we just have to wait for Apple to update Frontrow with the next version of OS X.
I've uploaded some pics of our trip to Germany with Go4It, including the 2010 International Mini Meeting. You may have spotted them on Flickr already, but just in case you haven't, here's a direct link to the set: Go4It Duitsland Tour/IMM 2010. Unfortunately, in some cases I had the settings of my Canon EOS 450D screwed uo, so some pics are too light (I did try to repair them with Photoshop, but that goes only so far).
Dat horen we graag.
With a nice surprise: replacements for the Crown Spoke wheel, that look more similar again to the S-spokes. I'm liking it. Plus, happy to learn that the break ducts stand out due to the chrome line package. I.e., it can be had without those standing out so much.
The revolutionary foil over (PCV) tube-frame construction yields a total mass of just 220 pounds, making the Lotus Elise look like a total porker.
It's not very fast, though. Nor very safe, I imagine.