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Paris 2010 Highlights

Ronald Reagan Quotes

“Socialism only works in two places: Heaven where they don’t need it and hell where they already have it.”

‘Here’s my strategy on the Cold War: We win, they lose.’
– Ronald Reagan
‘The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from theĀ government and I’m here to help.’
-Ronald Reagan
‘The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so.’
-Ronald Reagan
‘Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S. was too strong.’-
Ronald Reagan

 

With 40+ Customizable Plugins, Seesmic Desktop 2 Aggregates The Realtime Web (via TechCrunch)

Try this app.

With 40+ Customizable Plugins, Seesmic Desktop 2 Aggregates The Realtime Web [tc_ooyala code="4wNWxwMTqRQHUGFfSPnCQtHuJBO_nosV"] After a year's worth of work, Seesmic founder Loic Le Meur just announced the launch of Seesmic Desktop 2 (SD2), a desktop client that goes beyond Twitter; "We want to be the first platform for platforms," says Le Meur. Running on Silverlight (to install go here), the desktop app now has plugin architecture that supports a multitude of content streams including but not limited to Twitter, Facebo … Read More

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iTunes 10 Interface: Where Apple Went Wrong (via TheAppleBlog)

Well I like it but we’ll see what happens in time.

iTunes 10 Interface: Where Apple Went Wrong Almost every year, Apple (s aapl) releases a new version of iTunes with some new feature. Last year it was Home Sharing. This year, it's Ping. Apple also usually tweaks the UI, many times creating a backlash. This year Apple has outdone itself. Vertical Buttons I'll start with the most obvious UI tweak: the close/minimize/maximize buttons. I understand why Apple made this change: it saves space. When you hit the maximize button in iTunes, you get … Read More

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Hate The iTunes 10 Icon? Think You Can Do Better? (via TechCrunch)

Try it.

Hate The iTunes 10 Icon? Think You Can Do Better? Apple CEO Steve Jobs' obsessive focus on design detail is at least partially responsible for why the tech sphere and the design sphere are so intertwined at the moment. Which makes the ire that Jobs has received for the current iTunes 10 logo (not to mention the foibles of Ping) particularly poignant. The universal hatred for this thing has spawned an @BPGlobalPR-esque Twitter account, some pretty impressive suggestions of alternate logos over on … Read More

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