Here’s a list of my top 15 posts this year so far, that is the posts that got the most hits in 2010. Which just goes to show that no matter how popular you might think a post might or might not be, it always turns out different. Some of my most popular (if you measure it by hits anyway, I like comments too but that’s pretty much dried up after the forum closed) posts are one line shorties linking to a new service or interesting site.
The big countdown has begun as the Warcraft servers just went down for 12 hours of maintenance for the big patch that’ll herald the start of the new Cataclysm changes.
And a lot of people got together to say bye bye around midnight.
I haven’t read up on how the talent trees are going to change but I’ll leave that as a surprise for tomorrow. Assuming all goes well.
I wouldn’t call it an iPad killer because a) I’m rather tired of everything getting called an iPad or iPhone killer and b) it’s going to be released next year. Meaning by the time you’ll actually be able to buy one there’s going to be at least the iPad2, with possible more models being released if any of the rumors are true.
Also, no 3G in the Playbook, nor any mention of battery life.
But hey, competition is good, it’ll push Apple to keep making more awesome stuff.
1024×600 multitouch screen, DualCore 1 Ghz processor, 1 GB RAM and two cameras: 3 megapixels on the front, 5 megapixels at the back. Add a usb and hdmi port and for those who consider it a feature; it can use Flash.
Note how the video doesn’t really show the thing being used at all. Rendered fakeness ftw.
Jean Michel Jarre has been dropping teasers both on his official site and on his blog, after the third one it now looks like he’s going to be broadcasting a concert live on the interwebs this Sunday, 10-10-10.
Seeing as this is Jarre we’re talking about it’s undoubtedly going to be awesome, and I’m wondering seeing as he mentions connected if he’s somehow going to merge the web into his concert.
If you blog on the go, or need to do any kind of quick photo or image editing on the go, you could do worse than take a look at Pixlr.com.
A ‘full’ image editor right there in your browser. It’s surprisingly functional, I for one often use it to edit pics I want to use on my blog because, like Photoshop, it not only offers to resize the image but the canvas as well, making it easy to get it just right. That’s not all that’s nicked from PS, the whole toolbar looks surprisingly similar.
But hey, if it ain’t broke…. don’t turn it into the Gimp.
Android apps are found to be sending your gps data to advertisers. And that from Google, the company that makes money by shoving ads in your face.
Wow, what a surprise.
I’ll stick to the phone from the company that makes money by making quality products. Much better business model.