I tried Flow when it was still in beta (and free). It’s a beautifully designed task management app, as you would expect from its designers, MetaLab. You can tell that they pored over every detail, making sure the interface and user experience was perfect.
Apple announced a new iMac this morning, made specifically for educational institutions.
They’re marketing it as an option for volume buyers to save money when buying in bulk. This model is about $150 cheaper than the base iMac, but it does include some less powerful specs.
If you’ve worked with audio for any amount of time, you’ve probably come in contact with the go-to microphone for just about any situation, the Shure SM58. It’s basically indestructible, and can be used in a variety of situations, from its primary use in vocals, to drums, and just about every other type of instrument you could think of.
For its price and quality, it’s a great microphone, and will get the job done easily.
If you’re willing to experiment, and spend a little more money, however, I’ve found you can get a much better bang for your buck.
There has been much debate over Apple’s latest iteration of Final Cut Pro. Many die-hard pros are very upset at some of the features Apple has seemingly “removed” from the app.
I think if I were them, I’d probably be a little upset as well.
I, on the other hand, am a video editing amateur in every sense. The only “editing” I really do is cutting down our pastor’s message video from Sundays, which basically involves chopping off some excess and then fading it in and out. Previously I used iMovie, but Final Cut Pro has been a really nice upgrade for me.
I’m not sure why, but this headline didn’t really surprise me.
While I’m an AT&T customer, and a relatively happy one at that, I know of many people who aren’t so happy, particularly because of poor service, and I think this may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back for many AT&T customers.
I’ve had my Kindle for about a year now, and really enjoy reading with it. Lately, however, I’ve found that I’m enjoying reading paper much more. The media is portraying eBooks to be the way of the future, making paper books obsolete in the very near future, but I’m not sure that I completely agree with that. Here’s why:
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