In all walks of life. Beautiful video.
My Macbook Air is on OS X Mavericks and it’s really frustrating to find Safari doesn’t show me Google search’s URL anymore. However, a simple trick reveals that the URL is actually still there, we just don’t see it.
What is Safari Reader? If you find a page with lots of texts, by means a web page with relatively long article, a small gray “Reader” button now appears in the URL bar. If you click it, Safari strips out all of the clutter on the page (ads, widgets, sidebars, headers and footers), and presents just the text in a large typeface, cleanly formatted in a white window that floats, lightbox-style, over a darkened page.
It’s here, Safari browser extension with the release of Safari 5! Here’s how to start using it:
1. Open Safari Preference, then tick Show Develop menu in menu Bar.
2. From Develop menu, tick on Enable Extensions
If you think you need expensive solution like Adobe’s Acrobat Pro to accomplish this on a Mac, well, you don’t. Because actually this capability was build in on your Mac OS. And it’s actually easy to use.
New impressive 30 seconds iPad ad by Apple. Nicely done.
Apple has just released 2 new iPhone ads. I didn’t realize that i can do so many things while i’m hold on call in my 3GS. This is great! 😀
Well, the title is misleading. Actually it’s not about how to upload the video, but how to embed it instead.
So, i use my iPhone 3G S to shoot, practically anything i feel to shoot. I used to use landscape mode, until recently, portrait mode. The thing is, i can’t find video hosting site that let me upload portrait videos (Flickr fail).
I bought AnalyticsApp with high expectation, but apparently the app doesn’t work for me. Although i prefer to have the app in my iPhone rather than get my $5.99 back, i finally email them today and ask for purchase refund. They refund my purchase in like, 20 minutes.