Logos Bible software has finally been released for Mac. If you’ve never heard about Logos it’s pretty much the premier Bible study software, which until now was only available on Windows. Read more about it on TUAW, and if you do have a Mac make sure to download the Logos free Bible widget.
Update: This is old news, it’s just new to me. What actually happened is that Logos just released version 1.2 of the software for Mac. Previous versions have been available on Mac for a few months.
You see it all the time. Friends squeezing together with a camera at arms length, just trying to capture everybody in the same image. Well Samsung wants to cater to such self-photo takers by releasing the first cameras with 2 LCD screens, front and back. I can’t imagine it will be long until you start to see this on cameras everywhere. Great innovation Samsung!
My cohort Sean recently emailed a link to a blog post which I feel is improperly titled iPhone Development Emergency Guide. It’s really a cursory glance at iPhone development for anyone who already has a strong familiarity with application development in general.
Over the weekend I made some changes to the site causing the URLs to change for most of the pages. If you were following either the blog feed or photo feed those links have changed to http://feeds.feedburner.com/technochocolate and http://chuckskoda.com/photo_feed/ respectively.
The guys at 5th Cell are awesome. We’ve gone on and on about how blown away we are by Scribblenauts, and lots of people know about Drawn to Life. But between those titles there was Lock’s Quest. It’s a deep, intense strategy game that not enough people bought. So go remedy that!