Whilst some of the subject matter might not be suitable for those under 18, this is a superb animation, well-timed to the music with a good twist at the end. Well worth a watch.
Loving the look of little list for the iPhone.
Part of my productivity cycle is to browse my to-do list and pick the three most important things to get done today. This app does that one process perfectly. Simply add your to-do list items, star the ones to get done today, then swipe down to refresh the list. The starred items will be sorted on top of the others. Might be worth a punt – currently 59p in the UK store.
Anyone using Little List?
Medgadget reports that AliveCor will be showing it off at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The units are expected to sell for under $100 a piece.
Now, I wonder if I can print from the iPad and get a full diagnostic ECG from it?
For the first weekend video, I am featuring this ‘in progress’ video of kinetic art featuring 1500 hot wheels cars travelling round a track. Pretty mesmerising — but i’m betting it’s pretty noisy in there!
A list of online advent calendars with competitions or daily deals. List will be updated when I find new ones.
Meet Chalk. Chalk is an iPad only web app that is designed to be a collaborative chalkboard. And best of all, it’s free — and — it’s a web app. No app store downloads to find, just go to http://chalk.37signals.com in your ipad web browser. Awesome.
Oh, and if you thought you’d have a quick look on your desktop computer, think again. Unfortunately, this really is iPad only!