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Austin Seraphin's first week on the iPhone

47 month ago

Andy Baio : Austin Seraphin's first week on the iPhone - a blind user's emotional response to Apple; also, he switched from Linux to Mac last week

Rod Begbie : My First Week with the iPhone - A blind user describes the power of using an iPhone with VoiceOver. "I can safely say that the iPhone represents the most revolutionary thing to happen to the blind for at least the last ten years." [via#

nelson : iPhone as a blind user - He loves it; didn't know Apple had bothered to build voice navigation

philgyford : My First Week with the iPhoneBehind the Curtain | Behind the Curtain - I've seen this ecstatic report by a blind person about their new iPhone linked to from a few places. Forget your iPhone-fatigue and skip to the last few paragraphs where he describes using an app (Color ID) which speaks the colours the device's

Simon Willison : My First Week with the iPhone - My First Week with the iPhone. A blind user describes the experience of using VoiceOver on the iPhone, including the joy of discovering the Color Identifier app which speaks the names of colours picked up by the iPhone’s camera. “ I used color cues

Flickr: Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site

70 month ago

Cameron Moll : Flickr: Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site - Flickr Developer Blog: Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site. Worth reading, as I've said before that the Flickr Mobile is one of the more impressive web experiences I've seen on iPhone.

philgyford : Code: Flickr Developer Blog " Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site - Great practical advice for building a website for iPhones. (via Infovore)

Rod Begbie : Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site - Some great thoughts on mobile website development from Flickr, whose iPhone-friendly site is a thing of beauty. #

Eric Meyer : Lessons Learned while Building an iPhone Site - These lessons don't apply solely to mobile sites, as it happens.

Things : Cultured Code

85 month ago

factoryjoe : Things : Cultured Code - Things is an ambitious project to create the easiest and most fun to use personal To-Do management application. Simplicity, however, will not be achieved at the expense of powerful features. Saved By: Chris Messina | View Details | Give

deusx : Things : Cultured Code - "Things is an ambitious project to create the easiest and most fun to use personal To-Do management application. Simplicity, however, will not be achieved at the expense of powerful features..."

joshua : Things - task management on the Mac

Rod Begbie : Things - task management on the Mac - I will confess to having fallen somewhat head-over-heels in love with Things as a TODO list manager over the last couple of days. Requires some light symlinking-to-an-iDisk to "sync" across machines, but offers the right levels of "This is a task for tod [via#

The question everyone's been asking about the iPhone - what happens when you put it in a blender?

86 month ago

plasticbag : The question everyone's been asking about the iPhone - what happens when you put it in a blender? - The answer may surprise you. Find out more at willitblend.com!

deusx : Will It Blend? | Presented By Blendtec - "Everybody knows that the iPhone can make phone calls, play movies & music, surf the web, and a lot more. But, Will It Blend? That is the question."

Rod Begbie : Will It Blend? | iPhone - Best viral marketing for a kitchen appliance EVAR! [via#

Khoi Vinh : iPhone, Will It Blend? - Shiny new device meets the blades of a blender.

telekinesis - Google Code

86 month ago

43folders : telekinesis - Google Code - What if the "applications" for iPhone lived back on your home Mac? Promising-looking demo from Google.

Khoi Vinh : Telekinesis - Google hacks for iPhone.

Rod Begbie : telekinesis - Google Code - Remote control for your Mac, designed to be accessed by Safari on an iPhone. [via#

factoryjoe : telekinesis - Google Code - Remotely access your Mac through a collection of mini web apps on your phone Tags: telekinesis, quicksilver, iphone, opensource, remote, macosx

Andy Baio : Telekinesis, an open-source iPhone remote - remote desktop, streaming video, and application server, all running in iPhone's Safari

Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone

86 month ago

Simon Willison : Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone - Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone. Apple’s iPhone developer documentation.  [via]

wearehugh : Apple Developer Connection - iPhone for Web Developers - Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone

François Nonnenmacher : Optimizing Web Applications and Content for iPhone - Web development guidelines from Apple

Cameron Moll : iPhone: Developer Guide, Period Shortcut, and Week w/iPhone - I wish I could say these'll be the last for a while, but I doubt it -- more iPhone linkage: Apple's Optimizing Web Apps and Content for iPhone, David Pogue's iPhone Period-Typing Shortcut, and Mike Davidson's A Week With the iPhone.

So sue me » Blog Archive » iPhone without AT&T

86 month ago

wearehugh : So sue me » Blog Archive » iPhone without AT&T

Rod Begbie : So sue me: iPhone without AT&T - DVD Jon hints at how to activate the iPod and wifi features of the iPhone without AT&T ever knowing you exist. #

Andy Baio : DVD Jon breaks iPhone activation - I love that guy; also, the iPhone dev crew just released their own tool

nelson : iPhone unlock - Liberating the iPhone from AT&T. Now if only it were a GSM phone

Apple's official iPhone site

92 month ago

Andy Baio : Apple's official iPhone site - inspiring industrial and UI design

jkottke : Apple introduces their iPhone - Apple introduces their iPhone. Keynote info here.

Cameron Moll : Apple iPhone - For the two of you that missed the news, the Apple iPhone.

Rod Begbie : Apple - iPhone - All respect to Apple: this is a beautiful thing. If I win the lottery, I'll be sure to buy one. Big question for me: How easy is it to write software/widgets to run on the phone? #

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