There is certainly gotta be a difference between expensive audiophile speakers and cheap do-the-job ones. Gizmodo explains that difference.
My exams are on. So no posts for two weeks. Wish me luck
Stanford University has made available its iPhone Application Programming course for this year on iTunes U as biweekly video podcasts and slides in pdf format.
It’s not everyday that you get a chance to be taught by two Apple engineers from Stanford University.
Here is another excellent course from iTunes U video podcasts, for students wishing to learn Object Oriented Programming. Provided by Andrew Cain of Swinburne University of Technology.
Ulysse Nardin’s hybrid smart phone. Gallery of pictures here. And just in case if you are a billionaire reading my blog right now and want to buy this “limited to 1846 units” phone just for kicks then please note that I won’t mind one myself.
Absolutely hilarious. I wonder if the same could be done with ‘Pulp Fiction’.
An excellent article by Smashing Magazine for any web developer who wants a start up knowledge on Ruby On Rails.
Later in the day, IE8 and Firefox also fell on the hands of the malicious code of White-Hatter Nils.
Being a software student I have to usually make Flowcharts, DFDs and ERDs. Windows people have Office Visio as part of the Office suite for all their diagramming needs but there is no Visio in Office for Mac.
OmniGraffle is an excellent diagramming, charting, and visualization software for Mac OS X. I use this software for all my diagramming needs and find it very easy and flexible to use. Omni Group also gives educational discounts on all their software to the qualifying people through their edu-store.