Just bought Analog Factory by Arturia, a collection of their analogue virtual synths...
It has a good reputation, and offers a cut down interface for each synth (otherwise no-one would buy the complete emulations).
I'll try and report on the sounds and interface later.
Thursday, 31 January 2008
Sunday, 20 January 2008
Created some dashboard widgets that show the latest news headlines for Wales from icWales. All freeware and you can grab them from www.molebomb.com, eventually they will be hosted at the Apple Widget downloads section.
There are also widgets for Welsh farming & country news, business in wales, Welsh rugby headlines (Rugbynation) and football coverage from icWales. If you want others from icWales, just leave a comment.
Created using Dashcode, these widgets are universal binaries, that require a minimum of Mac OS X 10.4.3, and of course Dashboard.
Saturday, 12 January 2008
See your contact's address...
Neat plugin (Universal) for the Mac Address Book which gives you a location map for a selected address. Streetmap or Google UK maps. (Freeware)
Friday, 11 January 2008
Monday, 7 January 2008
A tiny application by Ben Borofka (freeware) that alllows you to update your GMail (GoogleMail) account using the contacts held in your Mac Address book.
The csv created by the a to g has the correct categories for Gmail. During import Gmail won't overwrite stuff, it asks you to confirm things such as differing phone numbers. Quite slick and doesn't lead to conflicts like some other applications.
You can review the results in Gmail contacts section to alter anything you like after import.
Update: March 2008 updated to enable all contacts to be transferred, even those without email addresses in your address book application.
Title of this post links to: http://bborofka.com/atog/
Sunday, 6 January 2008
Thursday, 3 January 2008
Launched www.molebomb.com as a repository for some of the band info and downloads, useful as the old Tiscali hosted site Massive Bureau of Everything is now only available via the internet wayback machine.
Built using Rapidweaver, very straightforward, rather slick software.