June 2010 Entries
You are being monitored – bound to make you feel old when you realise the concept of a CRT monitor is completely foreign to kids these days.
Apple issues advice to avoid iPhone flaw i.e. “Don’t hold it like that!”. Helpful advice! Tags: Apple, iPhone
Frozen Synapse looks very cool indeed. I like the idea of being able to play this type of game with friends all around the world. I used to play rounds of BBS door games before leaving the house in the morning, and while I’m constantly connected these days there’s large appeal in being able to play a long term game but without having to be constantly checking up on things.
Dropbox API and RestSharp for a C# developer – I don’t know what I’d do with this at the moment, but I’m sure it will be useful at some point! Tags: C#, ASP.NET
“iPhone Grid System” is a template to help in the design of iPhone applications.
jQuerylist – it might be irony that with jQuery being about usability and slick UI that all of these are presented in a huge unweildy page. Tags: jQuery
Google Chrome browser to run Unity Engine game without downloading – very interesting. Possibly time to get into Unity properly!
How Groupon Could Save Your Business – while I don’t like the somewhat attention seeking title of the article, the concept is pretty neat.
Box selection is the sort of thing you might not need too often, but knowing it’s there can save you a lot of time. It’s pretty neat to see in action too. Tags: Visual Studio