Cool screensaver in beta that displays photos and status messages from your Facebook and Flickr accounts. It’d be great if they start integrating with Twitter as well.
Archive for January, 2008
I find it amusing that on a web page of reader-contributed Valentine’s Day horror stories, every single contributor is a female. Perhaps the site where the readers are from only has female members, but I would use this as an example that Valentine’s Day is definitely aimed at females who buy into the whole nonsense.
On a separate note, I found this to be amusing.
Visitor’s view on Singapore
I agree with a lot of his views.
I think that Singaporeans tend to have a more negative view of their country than foreigners living in it.
I think Singapore is better than the majority (if not all) of the American cities. And I scoff at the folks from Singapore who want to retire in Sydney. I can’t fathom why they would want to.
Seth Weintraub provides very logical reasons on holding off buying a new Macbook Air.
I just need to keep re-reading this everytime the idea of purchasing one starts popping into my head. Rumor has it that Apple re-sellers in Singapore will have it available starting tomorrow…
My favorite internet radio station: Indie Pop Rocks! on SomaFM.
Nonstop music goodness (when my bandwidth doesn’t drop so slow that all I get are 5 second chunks of music then buffering).
They have 10 other stations (so 11 total) that you may want to check out.
I also miss the days when Pandora was available internationally.
Snagged this from Fake Steve Jobs.
BusinessWeek had a communications coach analyze Steve Jobs’ Macworld keynote and created a 10 point framework you can use to improve your own presentations.
While interesting and useful, I can’t imagine one delivering presentations like this in a small conference room during a typical work day.
Sad. I thought he was one of the great, serious young actors.
I go away for a week and I get called a dork in the newspaper?!?
“It doesn’t do too well for their credibility on stage because people already have an impression of them, like how Howard is a dork …”
From the article in Today.
Ok, so I’m a dork. Guess it turns out to be factual reporting after all.
“Equally bold is the 48-seat Novus restaurant in Singapore’s colonial-style National Museum, which lures urbane gastronomes with plush Paul Smith interiors, fixtures by furniture designer Jasper Morrison and the light continental touch of Aussie toque Dan Masters.”