DPreview forum member disassembled an old film SLR and a digitial point & shoot, and then put them together to make a descent digital SLR.
The PersonalBrain is thought mapping software that you have to see to believe. I loved it! Since switching to OS X over 6 years ago, I’ve never found anything that ever came close to doing the same thing. After a quick google search, it looks as if that era is about to end. Check out the demo at http://www.thebrain.com
Our editors have compiled a list of five creative uses for those old CDs you have laying around. If you have any other creative projects that we missed, please leave us a comment. Continue reading for the list.
"2. High Schoolers Create “Amazing Q-Ball” – Students from Quincy High School’s Creative Problem Solving Course decided to make a geodesic structure using CDs and an aluminum frame."
This is how i have always wanted to see my files!
add a little annimation from folder to folder and it’d be close to perfect!
But definatley Check this out!
FileBrowse is a new, easy-to-use file/media browser for Mac OS X with many unique features, such as 3D icons/thumbnails, large in-context previews, and powerful grouping and sorting. 3D Icons/Thumbnails The standard file browser on the Mac is the Finder, which can show thumbnails of image files, but shows all other files and folders as standard icons. Because all items of a certain type have the same icon, it’s hard to distinguish the items. The icons don’t give any clue about the specific contents of the files and folders.
Honestly, I just wanted to be the first to coin the phrase "Blackintosh" for the new black macbook. Since I still refer to my titanium powerbook as a "tiBook," i thought it was a fitting name. The only thing missing now is a NeXT logo, and the circle will be complete. I think I’ll post this to digg.com later, just to insure my plan lives on.