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Posts from the ‘technology’ Category

28
Apr

Sony Playstation Security Breach

For the 77 million users of the Playstation Network, Sony said their names, addresses, birthdates, and username and password data were likely stolen.

Company officials said they are still trying to determine whether users’ credit card numbers were taken. Sony said it learned of the breach on April 19 and immediately shut down the network.
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2
Apr

How does YouTube video view count work?

I consider myself late to the YouTube game and all its quirks. I also consider myself a self-made genius for figuring out how to post HD videos and that is saying a lot. I currently maintain two different channels, one for personal and home videos and the other is for everyday use, freelance videos or just randomness. I have also found iMovie to be the easiest out of the box tool for editing and posting videos if you are a mac user. Never really found myself worried about how all the behind the scenes of YouTube worked but I did find a great post on how YouTube counts your video views by Atlanta Analytics. Read more »

18
Aug

7 Great Products for Mac-lovers

My new favorite tumblr blog, Tsuvo Social, has posted a great mashup of morning Apple sweetness. Sarah was lucky enough to stumble upon the company TwelveSouth and she was absolutely stunned with their amazing accessories for Apple products. She will now share with you all of the products they offer — a lot of which most people will be purchasing after reviewing these items. Read more »

14
May

Apple Responds to Adobe

When Steve’s Thoughts on Flash was officially posted on the big stage, you bet Adobe had an opinion.

First, there’s “Open”, he stated first in his list of six major problems with Adobe’s pride and joy, Flash. In Steve’s open letter he states: “Flash was created during the PC era – for PCs and mice. Flash is a successful business for Adobe, and we can understand why they want to push it beyond PCs. But the mobile era is about low power devices, touch interfaces and open web standards – all areas where Flash falls short”. Read more »

5
Jan

Typographical Portrait – Steve Jobs

The lord of all things Mac gets a typographical makeover with this Steve Jobs portrait by Dylan Roscover. The portrait was inspired by the Mac ads from the 90’s called “Crazy Ones”. Read more »