-webkit-filteris the new hotness, and it’s coming to your browser sooner than you’d expect!
This slide comes from a recent presentation given by Vincent Hardy of Adobe, showing off the rapid innovation in tweaking web graphics. Download the latest WebKit Nightly and take a look!
I recommend you view the whole presentation, but click here to go directly to the slide pictured above.
New in the shop today: The iPhone Shutter Grip!
It’s an ergonomic grip that gives you a hold on your iPhone and adds a shutter button right where you’re used to having one.
It even has a built-in tripod mount for long-exposures, self-portraits, and the like.
Apple’s new “Resume” feature in Mac OS Lion allows you to open and close documents without having to worry about saving or losing data. And when you re-open the application, it brings you back to the exact point in a document where you last left it.
However, when browsing the web, this can be quite annoying. If you close Safari with 10 tabs left open, then they will all immediately re-open when you start up Safari again.
To get around this, quit Safari in Mac OS Lion by pressing press cmd + option + Q instead of cmd + Q. This will quit the application and close all tabs.
When you re-open Safari, you are only left with whatever your default setting is for opening a new window. I have mine set to “Open a blank page” so that is what I get when I open Safari.
Much better!! Enjoy!
Jonathan Ive - Tribute to Steve Jobs (by threecubed)
Some true gems in here about having a reverence for the creative process and the joy of making: (~@5:40)
“The celebration of making something great for everybody. Enjoying the defeat of cynicism. The rejection of reason […].
A victory for beauty…
…for purity. […]
…for giving a damn. “
The best things to create are those you deeply care about.
Apple needs to buy (steal) this technology for iBooks!! Like nOW!