Steve Jobs passed away October 5, 2011, at the age of 56. Apple invited everyone to share their thoughts about him as part of a public memorial. In this quick take, the words that came to my mind after a week without Steve.
This theme is designed to make iTunes look like other Mac OS X Snow Leopard apps, with regular window toolbars, buttons, scrollbars and such. I made several personal judgments about what it means to blend in with Mac OS X.
Open in Safari does just what it says. If you’re looking for a quick way to load certain web pages in Safari directly from Firefox, on-demand, this extension is for you. This extension was designed for use with Firefox 3.5 and Mac OS X.
Chromifox Basic is a coat of chrome for Firefox. It’s a bright and soft blue theme for Firefox on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, inspired by the appearance of the Google Chrome browser and its open source roots, Chromium.
Camifox is elegant, crisp, and colorful. It’s a thoughtful and sophisticated reimagination and realization of a better “default”-like theme for Firefox, in living color, inspired by the appearance of the excellent Camino browser.
Back on October 31, 1996, Microsoft shipped ‘The Microsoft Network Premiere Membership CD’. On this CD-ROM was the installation software for MSN 2.0, an ambitious Internet experiment that proved to be ahead of its time. The flashy ‘MSN Preview’ that accompanied it is a must-see 1996 time capsule. So with the help of YouTube, I resurrected all of the video and uploaded it here.