2011 December 21
I’m a big fan of the Skitch screenshot/annotation tool on the Mac; while there are countless ways to make and share quick image captures, Skitch combines the features I need most often with an accessible and friendly interface. The original 2007 beta lingered in pre-release form before finally going 1.0 last year , and the Skitch platform was acquired by Evernote back in August 2011
Yep, as noted in the promo post earlier today, this is the second anniversary of the TUAW TV Live show. Over those 104 weeks, I’ve managed to demonstrate hundreds of new Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps and accessories, have a bunch of fun visitors, and have enjoyed the rantings of the regulars in the chat room. Sometimes, technical issues can make the show a bit of a car wreck.
It’s the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You’ll get all the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what’s happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today’s Apple stories by clicking the inline player (requires Flash) or the non-Flash link below.
It’s no secret that Apple has big plans for China.
Thanks to iTunes, podcasts have become increasingly popular, and with the power of the Mac anyone can harness that popularity and create their own. This guide will walk you through every step of creating your own podcast, from getting the right hardware to publishing it online. This is the definitive guide to podcasting on the Mac -just add content! You’ll need a few things before we get started.