5.) Fwerps - This app is not the most complicated, but it looks like the most fun.
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Capturing the atmosphere of the Silicon Valley tech experience.
Andrew Mager is a hacker advocate at Spotify in New York City.
Performed by Zac White at iPhoneDevCamp 2.
From Neil Young's keynote at iPhoneDevCamp.Young says that anyone can make a game these days, but it was a very complex feat in the 1980s, back when he was just starting out.
Yesterday I learned a few lessons about live blogging.Not many people are refreshing it as much as I was.
iPhone development has been strong for over a year now. Ever since the device debuted in June of 2007, people have been hacking away at the platform.
I've been testing Facebook's new design for months now and one thing I've noticed is their emphasis on the user's status. When logged in and looking at your profile, it's the first thing that jumps out at you.
I've been having trouble managing all of my gadgets lately, but my buddy AJ Vaynerchuk sent me this solution.Props to all the interns at Revision3, and the cast of Internet Superstar for putting this together.
If you want a central location to store your bookmarks, you may want to give del.icio.
If you haven't noticed, the Internet is shaking things up.Anyone can spread a message to the whole world in a matter of milliseconds.