Poladroid is an easy and fun Polaroid image-maker for the Mac.
To make high-resolution Polaroid-like images out of your digital photos, just drag and drop your images into the program, and wait.
Getting a little impatient?
You can shake the picture to make them develop faster, just like the real thing.
The app automatically crops your images to the appropriate size, and even adjusts the colors and clarity to match the Polaroid style.
It’s hard to deny that Macs and Legos are two of a typical geek’s favorite play things, so when you combine the two, nerdgasms are sure to occur.
Inside of this full-sized Mac Pro replica is a PC running OS X, as well as a Mac Mini, and the outside is 100% Mac as well, compete with a Steve Jobs minifig looking out from atop the Apple logo.
Specs include 2,588 Lego bricks, a 2.4 Ghz Core 2 Duo Hackintosh, and a 1.66 Ghz Core 2 Duo Mac Mini.
Now go change your pants.
FEIST is a terrific looking indie (and Mac exclusive) game by Florian Faller and Adrian Stutz.
You can download a beta copy HERE, and view the trailer below, and though not much more is known about the game, what they’ve got so far looks impressive.
Hulger’s PAPPA*PHONE brings a touch of class to the VoIP telephone.
Cut from a single solid piece of American walnut (so that the grain of the wood flows from the handset to the base), each PAPPA*PHONE is handmade by Furni, and also incorporates a piece of solid hand-polished brass into the design, as well as laser etched details.
Since it works with all VoIP services (Skype, iChat, GoogleTalk, Vonage, Yahoo, etc.) and is plug-and-play compatible with both the Mac and PC, it’s as easy to use as it is beautiful.
Maybe this VoIP thing has a chance after all…
In addition to Apple’s product roll-out, they also took the wraps off a new ‘out of the box’ banner ad featuring Mac and PC:
I’m actually a huge fan of advertising like this, and I hope that more companies follow Apple’s lead and start to expand their thinking into new and unique areas so that users will actually want to watch their ads, rather than them just forcing ads down our throats at every stray click.