If you ever wanted to try your hand at making / cooking tapas, then you really should get yourself a copy of The Photo Cookbook – Tapas. It’s full of simple, easy to follow, directions for a myriad of tapas dishes for both carnivores and vegetarians alike. It’s available on both the iPhone and iPad, for just $4.99.
Mmmm I’m getting hungry just looking at the photos!
A publication’s app should be designed and built with purpose and consideration. The Magazine works because I based decisions not on what everyone else was doing, but on what would be best for this magazine. Every publication has its own unique needs, audience, economics, and style, so their apps should reflect that.
Marco’s response to all the assertions that he’s got the secret sauce to save the publishing industry from itself. Great read if you’ve been keeping up with all the subcompact publishing talk of the last week.
comiXology may be the best comics app out there, but there’s always room for improvement. Some of the typical interactions I’m used to in other services leave me wanting with Comixology. It has the potential to be even more awesome than it is now, and these are a few of my humble desires from it in the future:
I must confess that I love reading comics on the iPad, I wasn’t much of a comic reader till recently but since the iPad 3 was released, and since I discovered comiXology, I’ve been obsessed. So far I’ve been loving Astonishing X-Men, Usagi Yojimbo, The Mighty Thor, The Sixth Gun, and American Vampire. There’s so many stories and arcs to follow, you can just go crazy, there’s almost infinite possibilities.
If you have any passing interest in comics, and you have an iPad (or even an Android device), then definitely check out comiXology and go read the rest of Jason’s article. Start your own pull list, and get collecting.
Seeing a lot of articles saying that Google has released Chrome for iOS today… I wonder if it will actually be released today, as I write this it’s still not in the Australian App Store and there’s not that many hours left ‘today’ in the US.
Update: It’s available now in the Australian App Store…but only if you go through iTunes, it doesn’t seem to be available via the App Store on the iPad.
Just giving people devices, that has a really terrible track record. You really have to change the curriculum and the teacher and those things, and it’s never going to work on a device where you don’t have keyboard-type input.
So can we just get Frasier Speirs to respond to this and totally debunk “Bill’s Law”, because his real life deployment in the real world is somewhat different to this.
My son and I have been playing around with GarageBand on my iPad, he calls it “drumming game”. We’re not quite at this level yet, and he has a lot more rhythm than me…but I have hope that we might be able to do a whole song some day.
Anyway, you should check out her other videos too, Enter Sandman and Sweet Child of Mine are both pretty cool.