Working with the QuickConnect framework to create iPhone applications is easy. I have created a screencast on how to move a QuickConnect project from Dashcode to Xcode. Watch it over on YouTube.com at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13zx9DrKFyw
I know that there are free and paid Mac applications that will change system icons but sometimes I am just too cheap to pay for an application that does what I can do in a few seconds or the application doesn’t do exactly what I want it to. So, in light of all of this I have created my own how to video and posted it to the web adding to the plethora of icon changing how to videos.
I have been upset with Google for taking soo long to put out their Apple version of their Chrome browser. After reading an article on ZDNet about the Pawn2Own hacker event maybe I can give Google some slack. :-) I still want my Chrome ASAP if it is as good as the windows version though. Google seems to be heading in the right direction with their sandbox model for their browser. I am sad that Apple has done so little to create road blocks for hackers but I guess that is expected when you have such a low market share. Now go and read the article and make your own decision on what browser you are going to use. Questions for Pwn2Own hacker Charlie Miller