What’s up with Apple and the FBI? Several of my friends and family have asked me about this case, which has been in the news a lot recently. A whole lot of news stories have been written trying more-or-less successfully to explain what’s going on here, often with ill-fitting analogies to locks and keys, and… Continue reading Apple vs the FBI
My latest creation is now up on the iTunes App Store. It’s called PuzzleTwist, and it’s a puzzle game where you unscramble a picture by rotating the pieces. As each piece is rotated into place, others will rotate as well – some in the same direction, some in the opposite direction. The key to solving the… Continue reading PuzzleTwist is now available!
I’m trying an experiment. There’s a free version of Pictems up on the App Store now, loaded with just the subset of items appropriate for Easter. This version is called “Easter Pictems”, appropriately enough, and you can get it here, if you’re curious about Pictems, but didn’t feel like ponying up the $2.99 to find… Continue reading Easter Pictems – a marketing experiment
I have ranted about this before, I know, but I’m a little irritated. Every single time I update the iPhone tools, I run into some crazy issue building code that worked just fine on a previous version. This week, after digging my office out from under all the mess from moving to a new house,… Continue reading This week’s iPhone SDK sob story