well worth a look… or am I sharing secrets here?!
750MC – Donington Park
Another early start for our last round of the season.
Dear Santa / Mrs Westy…
After Rachel and Martin’s weekend last weekend at The Pinewood Hotel, I thought I would take the opportunity to put the latest version of Fotomagico through it’s paces.
I had used FM in the past, but moved away, initially to Aperture (RIP) and latterly to Pulpmotion
It feels like Pulpmotion hasn’t been updated in an age, unlike Fotomagico (the latest version is all ready for 4K!), so I was keen to see what had changed.
So this is my first effort – not bad for 20 minutes’ work!
I have just completed my self assessment, and came out as a “Mastermind”.
Not sure how accurate that is, but I’ll take it!
Why not take the test yourself now – The link is below.
“Tim Cook sat down with Charlie Rose for what looks like a pretty unscripted interview. A couple of clips have been made available ahead of the first part airing on television tonight, including Cook’s admission that Steve Jobs’ office at…Read more ›”
From “Tim Cook opens up about Apple TV, Beats and more in candid interview”
Cult of Mac
“As Apple only announced an entry-level $349 price tier for its upcoming Apple Watch, speculation on cost continues to run rampant, with the latest report claiming high-end gold models could sell for $1,200 when they launch next year.”
From “Gold ‘Apple Watch Edition’ could cost $1,200, industry insiders say”
AppleInsider – Frontpage News
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