iTunes 9’s Home Sharing lets you drag-and-drop content between up to
five computers on your home network after you tie each to your iTunes
Store account. SuperSync obliterates Home Sharing’s limitations,
letting you sync and share music and videos between as many machines as
you like, either over the local network or the wide-open Internet.
When your mom told you to “Take a sweater!” she probably didn’t mean for your laptop. But now you can bundle your ’Book in style with Dinglab’s Multimodular Laptop Sock. The Sock is, for lack of a better term, a sock--a double-layered, reversible tube of knit cotton and acrylic, 27 inches long and about 9 inches wide, closed on the bottom.
Most photographers would now agree that proficiency with photo-editing
software is also a critical skill. So we asked six photographers to
tell us about their favorite image processing applications and add-ons
as well as share their best tips for making and digitally refining
We’re calendar geeks. Without iCal, we’d be completely lost. But that
doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. For one, we often wish
there was a quick way to view dates on the calendar without having to
switch over to iCal and break the flow of what we’re currently working
on. A simple day/date display in iCal would come in handy for
everything from scheduling deadlines to planning weekend trips with
friends. DateLine is a donationware application that adds a lightweight
calendar display to your Desktop and also gives you one-click access to
You know how annoying
online ads are? There are pop-ups, pop-unders, page takeovers, little
boxes that suddenly burst into sound if you roll your mouse over them,
and links that pop up little dialog balloon ads in the midst of an
Child's play. With Apple's latest patent application, Steve Jobs might be in the running for most hated man ever.
An iPod speaker is a great investment if you want to rock out with
friends--unless you and your friends prefer to dance around with
headphones on, like those silhouetted party people in Apple’s print
ads. iLuv’s iSP100 is portable, compact, and takes regular AAA
batteries, so there’s no need to tote along an AC adapter or charger.
But the anemic sound it produces might have you reconsidering that
“let’s all just put our headphones on and dance around” idea.