Think of all the things you’ve always wanted to know how to do: fold
origami, set a formal dinner table, pick a lock…or maybe have sex in a
car? Amazingly enough, you can learn how to do all of these things—and
many more—with Howcast’s free iPhone app. This excellent freebie puts
an iPhone “wrapper” on the mind-blowing array of how-to video content
available on Howcast.com.
It could be in some form or other, if comments made by Adobe's Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch, prove to be true. According to
Lynch, a full-featured version of Flash for mobile devices will arrive
before year's end.
When Finals start to creep up on me, I immediately go into my
pseudo-rebellious version of the fetal position, a combination of junk
food and video games. Of course, as a fairly resourceful student, I
manage to find the most time-intensive and least-productive games on
the Internet. The concept of educational games like Brain Age (for the
Nintendo DS) or even things like online poker, which could raise my
earning potential, fall too close to studying for me.
Turbo.264 HD aims to make converting video for use on your devices
easier. It works with pretty much any kind of video, whether it’s
something you shot yourself or video you ripped from your Welcome Back, Kotter DVD collection. Not that you’d do anything like that, of course.
Being able to copy songs from an iPod to a Mac is incredibly useful,
and no, we’re not talking about pirating tracks here. If you keep
distinct iTunes libraries on more than one Mac, your iPod can carry
them back and forth. If your hard drive crashes, or you get a new Mac,
restoring iTunes tracks via an iPod is a great trick to have at your