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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by But She's A Girl tagged apple

iPhone stand, made in the UK. Looks simple but effective, and works portrait or landscape mode.

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The trick for getting your vaults on to networked rather than local drives.

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This is a great idea. I need to remember about it for when I (one day!) get a Mac Mini media centre set up.

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Useful looking app to sync music files in iTunes between different machines on your network.

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A new e-magazine in PDF format. Great quality design and good articles and reviews. It even introduced me to a few new applications which I hadn't heard of before (rare for me, because I read so many Mac-related sites).

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New version of MailActOn with some great new features for ad-hoc moving/copying of messages, even if there's no rule in place. I rely on this with Mail, and find it invaluable when you have multiple accounts.

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"Take the thumbscoop, for example. It’s the indentation that allows you to open the display. If the scoop is too deep, you put too much pressure on the display to open it. If it’s too shallow, you struggle to open the display. It may seem incidental, but if the thumbscoop is well designed, it makes the difference between a bad experience and a good one. The challenge of the thumbscoop was to create a crisply machined scoop that was still comfortable to use. The designers at Apple worked on hundreds of versions of the thumbscoop — even examining them under an electron microscope — to get it right."

This is precisely why I like Apple products. When they get it right, the care and attention to detail is phenomenal. Even though they are mass produced, they feel crafted.

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Beginners tutorial on making iPhone applications. Long live the NDA! It's great that developers can now share these kinds of tips.

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Looks like fun - Apple's HyperCard reincarnated!

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Apple Developer documentation for using iCal data

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