Josh’s Lifelog for 2009-09-22

  • It's spooky quiet around the office. Everyone's off to @IDF in San Francisco. It didn't work out for me and @isntv to join them, sadly. #
  • @AndruEdwards Aardvark is awesome. I love it when people ask me questions about stuff I know, in general. So it's no surprise I like it. πŸ™‚ in reply to AndruEdwards #
  • iPhone apps that are getting buzz right now that I'm itching to try out: Snapture, and Brian Eno's Trope. Must. Resist. New. Apps… πŸ™‚ #
  • @kenekaplan I know. It's a total bummer. The stars weren't aligned. There's always next time! πŸ™‚ in reply to kenekaplan #
  • The quiet around here this week bodes well. I have achieved that rarest of states: the Triple Play Inbox Zero (work, Gmail, and feeds). πŸ™‚ #
  • @unclenate That's just how cutting edge we are. Actually, that's the reaction I'm usually greeted with when I explain @isntv. πŸ™‚ in reply to unclenate #
  • Adventures in Potty Training as @rachelbancroft pits her will against @gabebancroft. My approach? Bribe him with Burnout time on the PS3. #
  • Left the room for 5 minutes, with @gabebancroft playing Burnout Paradise. Came back, and he'd joined an online game, with voice chat… #
  • The boy can't steer, but he can join an online match. Not bad for a three year old, eh? πŸ˜‰ #
  • Snapture, the iPhone camera app, is nice for what it does: zoom, 3x multishot. But I lose the best 3GS camera feature: touch focus/exposure. #
  • @mike_strock Good question. They expose the camera via APIs, so I guess camera apps are fair game. in reply to mike_strock #
  • @gregleff Nope. I can't get Snapture to autofocus/adjust exposure at all. in reply to gregleff #