Daily Archives: May 2, 2010

iPad Links: Sunday, May 2, 2010

Still here. Still busy with Kitten Watch. Three out of three still alive.

I wanted to get this up today instead of holding it until tomorrow and adding more. It’s long enough as it is.

Google bought them! An important BumpTop announcement

Very Personal Computing

Apple makes $3B of profit from its iPhone while HP takes in a mere $500M on its PCs—that’s a 6x difference.

21st Century Tech Equivalent of a Limousine Liberal: Flash History

I personally run with a Flash-blocker in my browser, and find this improves my experience of the Web.

1: Congress must void these patents: Why Our Civilization’s Video Art and Culture is Threatened by the MPEG-LA
2: Lead OGG Dev Responds to Jobs’ Jabs

1: Lose your teeth, lose your mind
2: Link found between history of periodontitis and cerebrovascular disease in men

So long, nerds! Syfy doesn’t need you
How It Works…The Computer
Zero Zero
Zentai: Men Who Love Lycra

A Look at Some Wicked iPhone Jailbreak Apps and Extensions

1: Welcome to the Future
2: Diary of an iPad Owner
3: Increase Your iPad Media Storage for Just $49
4: Notes on the iPad camera connection kit
iPhone/iPad apps are for making money and the web is for innovating
Platform Control
Creative Space and iPad
Markup and Gusto: Early previews of Code Editors for the iPad
Persistent MobileSafari Pages
Free iPad Photo Wallpapers
iPad/iPhone: ZSync: Open Source Syncing Library
Tether your iPad, do not bother buying the 3G version
1: No Pre-Pay for iPad Ins and Outs of the 3G iPad AT&T Service Plans
2: There SHOULD be Pre-Pay for iPad Prepaid Is the New Wireless Battleground

In its most recent quarter, AT&T added more prepaid customers to its network than traditional ones.

UI/Web Design:
Understand The Web
Pan Am’s Helvetica dreamtime
If you code HTML, Zen Coding will change your life
Infinitely Zooming Image in CSS3

Hits Are Lucky Accidents

1886: Danger! A True History of a Great City’s Wiles and Temptations
21•C Magazine
Reprints of Very Old Children’s Books
Plough your own field: The rise of content farms: Emperors and beggars