So it’s been bugging me for days, but I finally have the answer to the name of the font that Google’s been using in it’s latest Google+ videos… The font is called Roboto, and you can download it from dafont.com for free.
I kind of want to start an ice cream business just so I can look this cool…but seriously, that register setup is awesome, and looks insanely easy to use.
I’m putting together some screencasts for work currently and I’m trying to make a simple but decent looking title / reveal that I can use for the series and I recalled that you could do some pretty funky things with Keynote. I put this together in about an hour, however when I render the video the images all appear to be a little ‘soft’. Any ideas?
Hrmm, looks like it might be something to do with QuickTime as the video appears correctly when uploaded to YouTube.
I’m not much of a fan of the phone, but the advertisement is all sorts of awesome. Well played Nokia & Microsoft.
After NSW energy providers reportedly tried to overcharge NBN Co for access to overhead power poles for the last 12 months, the fibre company looks set to circumvent the energy provider and start installing fibre on the poles anyway using good, old Federal telecommunications legislation.
I can’t say I blame the NBN Co for doing this.
I’m a bit of a weather geek and had been a little bit disappointed that the Dark Sky iPhone app wasn’t available in Australia, well disappointment be gone! The team behind Dark Sky has brought their magic forecasting algorithm to a new shiny web app, Forecast.
The app’s location awareness is pretty spot on, and so is their forecasting (kind of important for a weather app right). You can save your locations too for faster reference when you load / open the app. Go check it out!
Pro Tip: If you load it up on your iDevice you can of course save it as an app, the app icon is quite nifty too.
Science! Biology, specifically!
It’s going to be a long 4 month wait…
I like the ‘interface’ comment.