Google promised that Mac and Linux versions of Chrome would be released swiftly when they released Chrome version 1.0 for Windows. Now, they’ve released Chrome version 2.0. But where are the Mac and Linux versions?
“Screencasting” refers to the recording and distribution of your computer in action. In other words, while using your computer you record the session as a video. You can simultaneously record audio narration or add audio later. When you’re all finished, you can distribute your “screencast” online. Read on to begin your screencasting journey. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been commissioned to write some articles for Webdesigner Depot (WDD) and I’m pleased to announce the publication of “Is Google Chrome the New IE6 for Web Designers?” Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve been commissioned to write some articles for Webdesigner Depot (WDD) and I’m pleased to announce the publication of “Quick and Easy WordPress Development on a Mac with MAMP.” Read the rest of this entry »
There is talk that the new iPhone may or may not have MMS or picture messaging like most other cell phones. I think this is a non-issue. Here is an easy way to do picture messaging to/from the iPhone without the cumbersome “multimedia attached” text notifications that require you to go to a website and enter a name and password each time. Read the rest of this entry »
Hot on the heels of Apple’s much-antipcated WWDC 2008, where the 3G iPhone was finally revealed, here are some of my observations and commentary on the new iPhone 3G and its implications in the grand scheme of all things mobile, web, and digital:
Ruby on Rails (”Rails”) is a great development platform because it is specifically designed for rapid development, deployment, and maintenance of database-driven websites. But what if you are still using PHP and you are not ready or able to switch to Rails? Luckily, a lot of the concepts that are built into Rails are also good concepts to keep in mind when using PHP. Read the rest of this entry »