HarperCollins has a page up for Mother's Day. It's a really nice video of Charles' artwork with Neil reading his poem. Please go to the page and read Neil's notes about the book too.
The book still makes me cry every time I read it.
I have to say, I'm really impressed with how well Wil thinks on his feet. He did a great job with the well metaphor, and segued from physics to tequila flawlessly. Not bad for just a geek.
(Via Wil Wheaton.)
How does Gruber find these geniuses?
So the problem with Apple’s iLife apps is that they’re too good, and kids never learn that they need to struggle with technical issues before using software to express themselves creatively.
(Via Daring Fireball.)
In case you weren't sure, this should clear it up for you: Does She Love You? by Pasha Malla - The Morning News
He's gone and done it again. Made something amazingly cool and then turned around and let the world have it.
JSTalk's goal can described like this: JSTalk is to AppleScript, what Cocoa is to Carbon.
And that's my favorite part about JSTalk. You have the option to write your script in a Objective-C like style if you want to. And if you're the type of person who is scared of ['s, you don't have to use them!
But a lot of them realize that everybody's in the same boat and that their boat doesn't rise because someone else's sinks.
Finally got one of these made.
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