We Quietly Update the Site to v.2.1.003!

Posted December 14, 2009 by Theo Patt
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The site was updated today to v.2.1.003, which fixed an issue in which a button was unclickable.

new version 2.1.003



A Productions Website No At v.2.1.002!

Posted December 10, 2009 by Theo Patt
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A Productions. Our site has been updated. From a scrolling notifications bar at the top to an ALL NEW A Book With No Words page, the site is basically brand new. Now at Version 2.1.002, we hope that a lot of the bugs from 2.1.001 and 2.1.000 are resolved, if not, just post a comment on to one of our blog posts on this blog. What do you think about the new version of the site? Let us know in the comments!

Test WebKit! They’ll Thank You!!

Posted December 9, 2009 by Theo Patt
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Please test web kit. They will love you for it. Here’s what they showed us:  Thank you for testing WebKit!

Here, File File! lets you access your Mac’s files!

Posted December 6, 2009 by Theo Patt
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When using your iPhone to access your files, you really have two options. First, some apps let you copy files to your phone for later viewing. In the second option, a service such as Dropbox or MobileMe allow you to access a subset of your files. However, none of these options cure I-completely-forgot-to-grab-the-sales-presentation-before-leaving-itis.Here, File File! wants to make it incredibly easy for you to access any file from anywhere. By using a small application running on your Mac, HFF is able to do just that. The app provides user authentication and SSL encryption, as well as content-on-demand to prevent any eavesdropping on your file-access activities.While the app isnt available yet, you can get a good idea of how it will work in the video above. In the video you can see how HFF will allow you to view all of your folders and connected volumes, as well as the files within them. This even includes the ability to stream movies and music. Furthermore, you can attach a file to an email and send it to someone else, or for particularly large files you can send a unique, randomly-generated download link via email. According to the developers of Here, File File!, the app will be available in January for your downloading pleasure. Until then you can peep the video or sign up to be notified when HFF is released.

You can view their YouTube Promo Video here.

via TUAW — The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

Weebly: Stirring Up Attention! (with odd phrases on the Get A Pro Account pages)

Posted November 24, 2009 by Theo Patt
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Check this out:

And This:

Say What? What is Weebly’s Plan? I don’t know! If you don’t know what Weebly is, check out: www.weebly.com!

$3 Million Worth Of iPhones Stolen In Belgium!!

Posted November 17, 2009 by Theo Patt
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In case anyone needs further evidence of just how hot Apple’s iPhone is around the world, Belgian newspaper De Standaard reports today on the theft of nearly 4,000 iPhones from CEVA Logistics, a distribution company with a warehouse in Willebroek.

Valued at approximately 2 million Euro ($3 million U.S.), the iPhones were en route to Belgium’s only official provider, Mobistar, who notes that the devices have already been blocked from their network and are urging potential customers to beware of buying iPhones through unauthorized sources.

“We have the serial numbers of the stolen iPhones block[ed] anyway so they cannot be used,” says a Mobistar spokesperson. “[For] people who want to buy an iPhone, [it] is best done in an approved outlet and not on the street or on the black market.”

The thieves used a fire ladder to access the roof of the large warehouse, cutting a hole directly over the area where the iPhones were stored shortly after they had been delivered. The report suggests that the theft may be an inside job based on these specific details. Local police have launched an investigation, but with little else to go on right now, it could be some time before the case is closed.

via $3 Million Worth Of iPhones Stolen In Belgium | Mac|Life.

Quick Tip: How To Find The Serial Number on the Apple Bluetooth Mouses!

Posted November 14, 2009 by Theo Patt
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Tip of The Week! Yay!

The serial number of the Apple Magic Mouse and Apple Wireless Mouse is in the mouse’s battery compartment. To locate the serial number:

1. Turn the mouse over.

2. Remove the battery cover.

3. Remove the batteries.

You should see the serial number printed inside the battery compartment as shown below.

via Apple Magic Mouse and Apple Wireless Mouse: How to find the serial number.