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Jeff Johnson

SousChef: Your Digital Cooking Assistant (Acacia Tree Software) - 0 views

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    Most cooking software stops at letting you organize your recipes. Acacia Tree Software's SousChef helps you cook -- start to finish. Find a recipe, cook it, modify it and share it with friends and family -- all in one application. Part of the MacHeist $39 bundle
Jeff Johnson

Basics - Play Flute, Fling a Monkey? Make Phone Calls, Too. (NYTimes.com) - 0 views

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    It heralds a new era in the allure of a mobile device - the phone is no longer a fashion statement but a digital bag of tricks.
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Solar charger for your iPhone | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    What's the one thing you hate about gadgets? I hope you answered battery life, because that's at the top of my list. Battery life has gone downhill, and it probably has everything to do with convergence, at least when it comes to cell phones equipped with music players, video cameras, and video games. iPhone 3G users have been complaining about the phone's battery life since its release, and the battery on my first gen iPhone has been doing worse since I updated the software earlier this year. So what's an iPhone owner to do?
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Apple Aperture 2.0 | All Apple News - 0 views

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    Aperture 2, Apple's groundbreaking photo editing and management software, gives photographers powerful tools to manage massive libraries, speed through photo edits, make essential image adjustments, and deliver photos online or in print with ease. Whether you're a professional photographer or a photo enthusiast, Aperture delivers a simple, integrated workfl ow that takes photos from import to output with uncompromising quality every step of the way.
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Oosah turns your iPhone into a 1 terabyte music player | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Oosah, a photosharing site that launched back in April, has unveiled a cool new site for iPhone users. But the most interesting part of the site doesn't have anything to do photos - Oosah will allow users to access up to 1 terabyte of any media for free, including music. That means Oosah site turns your iPhone into a 1 terabyte music player.
Jeff Johnson

Tapeless camcorders are not a Mac's best friend - 0 views

  • Macworld Lab has been testing five high-definition, tapeless camcorders, and thus far, the results aren't pleasing. Three out of the five camcorders we tested don't work properly on a Mac. Now, before you drive to One Infinite Loop and camcorder vendors’ buildings crying “This is an outrage!” allow me to explain my definition of "not working on a Mac."
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