I decided to collect some links together today. This is not to say this kind of post is coming back. It will depend on my mood. My mood today was to collect some links. It distracts me from the Pain of No iPad.
Bah! Who am I kidding? Hurry up, 3G!!!
James Kendrick: Thoughts on the iPad — Day One
Apple must read this: 10 Hours with the iPad: Why the iPad Is Not a Kindle Killer
— Romance readers understand the importance of genre categories more than all other readers!
New Hampshire man is victim of first recorded iPad theft
iPad Registry pList
Funky Space Monkey
Grace App – iTouch, iPhone and therefore iPad
Keynote on IPad is practically useless and an insult
Access PC or Mac on iPad: LogMeIn Ignition — Free Upgrade for the iPad
iPad Too? installing a .deb file on an iPhone
iPad as E-Reader: Glaring Problems, Promising Apps
Smashwords Ebooks – iPad Ebook Publishing Made Easy
— and as soon as Mark Coker gets the damned ability for me to share a view of my Library with others, I’ll be able to tell people what’s worth looking at to actually buy!
Design is a Side Effect
HTML Slidy: Slide Shows in XHTML
I stole this from someone else’s site:
“Art is not fashionable. That’s why fashion and art are two different things. Fashion can never be art because fashion deals with whim, what is temporary, what changes, what is transient, what is now and not now. Art has to deal with issues that are timeless, that never change.”
— Duane Michals
It’s only books ’n’ shelves but I like it
The ebook tsunami – how will publishing survive?
HyperCard Stacks and Scripts
Rescue your old HyperCard stacks with HyperPort
TileStack: HyperCard comes back from the dead and onto the Web
Charles Kelly’s Hypercard Stacks
Welcome To HyperCard Complete
DIFfersifier (HyperCard converter)
Converting a HyperCard stack to Revolution
Freebie HyperCard Stacks
IHUG: HyperCard Around The World
Conversion from HyperCard, SuperCard, or OMO
HyperCard Forgotten, but Not Gone
2: Why on earth would you resurrect HyperCard?
3: “iPhone – Create stacks that look and feel just like native iPhone apps.”