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I just got back from Dayton, Ohio last night, where I’ve been since Thursday. We had a great time in Dayton. It’s a fun city and there are a lot of friendly people there. I’d …
I’ll be in Dayton, Ohio this weekend. If you’re in or around Dayton and would like to meet up to photograph around town, email me at the link in this post.
One app that has been indispensable to me during the iPhone 4 testing I’ve done is PhotoSize by Danny Goodman. It does one thing — it quickly and easily displays the pixel dimensions of any imagein your iPhone’s photo library.
Not enough for a full blog post each, but each warrants at least some discussion. A Thursday edition of Musings. We’ve got iPhone 4, new photo app ColorShadow, and keeping your old iPhone.
It’s going to be a big week in iPhoneLand. The new iPhone OS, iOS 4, hits today. The iPhone 4 streets later this week. Here are a few random musings.
There are a wide range of iPhone photo apps in the App Store – an even wider range of app names. Here’s my list of the worst iPhone Photo App Names.
The goods on a possible new iPhone camera. If the leaked device is genuine, it’s going to be an amazing new iPhone. I’m excited by the new specs.
If you were one of the lucky ones to get your iPad, what do you think? Share your experiences here on Apple’s newest device.
The iPad will change in a very big way how we receive content and information. I believe the iPad will create new industries and rescue old ones.
Recently I posted a rant about the glut of low-res apps. There were many excellent comments on the post, including several from developers.
It’s a great quote and I thought I’d share it here.
One of my biggest peeves in the App Store is the recent glut of super-low-res photo apps. These are the apps that save images at 320×480 pixels (or less). Seriously, that’s 0.154 megapixels. The original VGA resolution from the late 1980′s was 640×480 pixels.