Month: July 2011

  • Dragon Dictate 2.5 – not interested

    I won’t be taking advantage of the offer I was emailed today, announcing the opportunity to spend $100 to upgrade from 2.0 to 2.5 of Dragon Dictate. I like that software, I truly do. In five or ten years it will be awesome, and everyone will use it, or something like it. But today, using […]

  • iTunes playlists, Drag’n’Drop, and Wacom tablets

    I noticed that with iTunes 10.4 (80) I can no longer drag songs from one playlist to another. It doesn’t matter whether the source is a smart playlist or a regular dumb one, or even the main music library. As a workaround, I can copy (cmd-c) and paste (cmd-v), but this is … umm … […]

  • Monsoon Panorama

    Microsoft has a free iOS app called PhotoSynth that stitches photos together into a panorama. It does a pretty good job. Here’s an example: That’s cropped and slightly color-corrected. The original looks like this. We see clouds like that during the summer monsoons. They rarely turn to rain (or this wouldn’t be a desert) but […]