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The Best Moments Had Less to Do with the Mac
In a week that featured the Boston Red Sox ending decades of frustration by winning the World Series, a blood red lunar eclipse hanging in the evening sky, and Steve Jobs making his first public appearance since cancer surgery, I was reminded of the real reason why I prefer the Mac community.
My Favorite Stewart Copeland Story
Can you imagine being able to watch Stewart Copeland discover GarageBand?
The Most Delicious Software I've Seen in a Long Time
Delicious Library is exquisite. It won first place in O'Reilly's Mac OS X Innovators Contest (U.S. category), and it deserves it. I watched people's jaws drop when they saw it demonstrated at the conference this week.
[The Karelia Weblog]
IT Manager's Journal: Apple Offers Mac OS X Conference a Second Fleeting Look at Tiger
Tuesday, at the Mac OS X Conference, Apple Computer tantalized several hundred developers and assorted consultants, IT managers, and media types with a second fleeting look at Tiger, code name for version 10.4 of the Mac operating system.
[IT Manager's Journal]
iPod Photo as Portable Presentation Device?
After attending Scott Knaster's iPod Parlor Tricks, it occurred to me that a photo slideshow is not much different from a presentation. Perhaps the device could be used as a (ultra) portable presentation device?
Sam Levin on Messaging and Branding
Sam Levin just gave a presentation titled, "Messaging & Branding; After the Product is Developed, What's Next?" at the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference in Santa Clara.
[Niall Kennedy's Weblog]
eWeek: Apple Shows Off Mac OS X Tiger, Xcode
Demonstrated here at the O'Reilly Media Inc.'s Mac OS X Conference, Apple provided attendees perhaps the second up-close look at Tiger, since its premiere at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in June.
MacSlash Conference Coverage
MacSlash coverage of the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference.
How To Run Your Own Software Business Presentation
Oliver Breidenbach, Steve Dekorte, Steve Gehrman, Will Shipley, Brent Simmons, and Dan Wood participated in a panel discussion about how to run your own software business.
[Niall Kennedy's Weblog]
Digital Forensic Analysis Brought Out the CSI in All of Us
It was CSI meets the Mac in Derrick Donnelly's Open Source Digital Forensic Acquisition and Analysis on Mac OS X at the Mac OS X Conference.
O'Reilly Announces OS X Innovators Contest Winners
On Tuesday, technical book publisher, O'Reilly, revealed the winners of its second annual Mac OS X Innovators Contest, which was open to both hobbyists and professional developers.
Atom Is Not RSS.
One of Mac OS X's new features is "RSS support," with Atom listed as one of the supported formats. I'm glad to see this support, of course, but Atom is not RSS. "Syndication" seems like the right term to me.
In case you're going, but haven't been to a conference like this before, here's a tip: turn on iChat and log onto Rendezvous.
I'm here now at the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference, and Tom will be coming in later today. If you're here, could you do me (and you, and others) a favor? Launch SubEthaEdit and look for a document I'm sharing...
Delicious Library, FotoMagico, Take Top Awards in 2004 Mac OS X Innovators
During the Tuesday morning feature presentations, Derrick Story announced the winners of the 2004 Mac OS
X Innovators Contest. "Delicious Library," entered by Delicious Monster
Software, was honored with the first place award in the U.S. Category.
FotoMagico by Boinx Software earned the top spot in the International
Category. O'Reilly will honor all of the winners during a Mac OS X
Innovators panel discussion at 5 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, followed by a
reception sponsored by Apple Developer Connection. All conference attendees
are invited to celebrate with the winners.
[O'Reilly Press Room]
The Shaping of Mac OS X Con
You can tell a lot about how an O'Reilly conference will unfold by observing its key players as they prepare.
West Coast Mac-a-Palooza: O'Reilly, AES, Remix Hotel, DigiWorld
The Mac is all about the Bay Area this week with a huge lineup of events.
Big Week for Mac Audio
Mac audio fans will enjoy an exciting one-two punch next week. First, there's Apple's special announcement on Tuesday morning at the California Theatre in San Jose with Steve Jobs and U2. Then, the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference, right next door in Santa Clara, launches its ground-breaking digital audio track featuring Stewart Copeland on Wednesday.
Mac OS X Conference Starts Tomorrow
Just a reminder: the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference starts tomorrow in Santa Clara, CA. And whether you'll be at the conference or not, you're invited to the Blogger get-together on Tuesday evening.
Podcasting Session at Mac OS X Conference
Lenn Pryor is hosting a Podcasting session at O'Reilly's Mac OS X Conference, in Santa Clara on October 28.
Hands on Podcasting
Lenn Pryor, of Engadget.com fame, is going to lead a session at the upcoming Mac OS X Conference titled, "Podcasting: Consuming, Producing, and Distributing DIY Radio."
Robotics, Roller Coasters, and Mac
Robotics, roller coasters, and Macintosh O'Reilly style--the end of October could be really, really good.
43 Folders @ OS X Con
Danny O'Brien and I will be presenting at O'Reilly's OS X Con in Santa Clara this month. “Life Hacks” and “43 Folders” taste great together.
How to Run Your Own Software Business
Dan Wood, president of Karelia Software, LLC (and of Watson fame) has put together an all star panel including Brent Simmons and Will Shipley on Tuesday at Mac OS X Con to show you the inside secrets of a successful business.
The Convergence of Cocoa Craftsmen
Working more efficiently in Cocoa is a skill that can benefit every Mac developer. You can improve on your own, through books, and with the help of peers. But to achieve the next level of craftsmanship, you often need to study with the masters.
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