The Twitter fo iOS app added a panel for accessibility. To access the panel tap on the gear in your profile and then tap on “Settings”. Next tap on “Display and sound” and then you will be presented with this panel: Thank you Twitter for adding these options.
Jeff Haynie, CEO and Co-Founder of Appcelerator just published an article entitled “Five things I will do different for my next startup“, which is well worth a read. Here are the five lessons Jeff learned: Monetize earlier Scale slower Burn less Automate and outsource everything Measure everything Read Jeff’s article >
Best Methods, a Premier IBM Business Partner will soon be launching a new social network called Yubixi. While the official launch of the app will take place next week, you can download and use the app today available in the Apple App Store and soon in the Google Play store. I absolutely love to see longContinue reading “IBM Premier Business Partner Best Methods Launches New Social Networking App Yubixi”
Like I said, this post is not about “connections” but about how words are “connected”. In fact, it’s a new game produced by Corey Davis and his firm Conxsys. Watch the video and like me, you will fall in love with this awesome game available on all of the popular app stores. The “connections” betweenContinue reading “It’s all About “Connections” and not About What You Think”
Just a few minutes ago I discovered the Photobricks app for OS X and iOS which creates LEGO™ mosaics from photographs. Photobricks is a completely free, ridiculously easy-to-use mosaic creation software specialized to work with LEGO® bricks. With Photobricks, you can make beautiful mosaics from your favorite images with the push of a button. ForContinue reading “Having Fun With Photobricks for iOS and OS X”
On the October 13, 2013 episode of the legendary MacCast, Adam Christianson interviews Josh de Lioncourt, a blind Apple products user. Josh is part of the Maccessibility Network which focusses on accessibility of Apple products: Maccessibility is devoted to connecting, compiling, and providing easy access to the best resources for blind, visually impaired, and other disabilityContinue reading “Mac-cessibility Network: All Things Accessibility for Apple Products”
Thomas Ricciardiello has created a nice iOS7 color palette over on dribble.com. Thomas supplies the colors in Adobe Color Palette format as well as a .png.