MacBreak Weekly 156
Recorded: September 1, 2009
Published: September 1, 2009
MacBreak Weekly 156: Snow Job
- The Big Snow Leopard Discussion!
- SnowLeopard Wikidot for software compatability list
- iPhone app wins Microsoft application development contest
- What happened to ZFS support?
- Apple hosting special 'rock-and-roll' themed event on September 9th. What will be announced? Will the Beatles finally come to the iTunes music store? Rumors include complete refresh of iPod product line, iTunes 9 wih social media functionality, and the possibility of an Apple TV revamp. Will the long-rumored Apple tablet device be announced at this time?
Picks of the Week
- Scott Kurtz
- Dropbox; Cloud-based storage and file synchronization - Free (2GB Storage); Larger paid options available
- Alex Lindsay
- Atomic Clock for iPhone - $1.99
- Yelp for iPhone; Hidden Feature (iPhone 3Gs only): Shaking phone 3 times enables augmented reality feature - Free
- Andy Ihnatko
- PvP Laptop Skin; Apple parody of 'The Creation of Adam' painting by Michelangelo - $19.99
- Leo Laporte
- MCE OptiBay; Hard Drive replacement for MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook G4. Replaces SuperDrive with additional internal 2.5" hard drive. - Pricing starts at $129 for Unibody MacBook Pro
At 1:24:24 Alex tells developers how to make augmented reality "stick" instead of "floating". It sounded like he said "seagraph, 2d realtime tracking" it means that all the stuff you're posting there will stick. There won't be any floaty, there won't be anything else. It's all open technology and it hasn't made to these apps yet.
I think he was talking about: Changing the Way Computers See Humans and the Way Humans see Motion Capture http://www.siggraph.org/publications/newsletter/volume/201cchanging-the-way-computers-see-humans-and-the-way-humans-see-motion-capture201d
- Link URL and optional brief description
|Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted Kennedy by Peter S. Canellos (ABRIDGED)|
Narrated by Skipp Sudduth
ad time: 0:39-0:47 and 1:10:00-1:16:23
- Recorded Date: September 1, 2009
- Release Date: September 1, 2009
- Duration: 1:34:52
- Log line:
- Edited by: Tony
- Omnia 8x Prog 2 had the same popping noise as last Tuesday's recording. It's constant and through out the whole track. It's also the only track that had the noise
- This show was edited with individual track recordings mixed down.
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