Posts Tagged ‘mac’
I’ve written about BumpTop before and it is in the news again. This time there is a Mac version. Oh, joy!
Ever wonder what the RSS feeds of my classes looks like?
I use Google Reader to follow the entries and comments in group blogs maintained by my teacher trainees. I also use Vienna on my Mac to track the total counts or to archive good postings (click image below to view larger version).
I opted to rename the feeds so that it makes sense to me. Instead of retaining the name of the blog, I label them by their course, tutorial group and subgroup. I keep track of the comments too because that is where the fun really begins!
BTW, the list of feeds might look long, but it is markedly shorter if you think about how I used to follow individual blogs of all my trainees in previous semesters!
Google Picasa, an application for “editing, organizing and sharing photos”, is finally available for the Mac platform.
Wired reports that is has almost all the functionality of the PC version, the exceptions being geotagging and webcam capture. I think that one of the better features is that Picasa for the Mac will allow the user to rely on his/her own file structure as opposed to Apple’s enforced structure.