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  • An incredibly useful little utility hiding right beneath my fingertips

    minimalmac: The other day, I wanted to find out the web safe color of a particular item on the screen of my Mac for a web design project I was working on. My first step was to go searching the Internet for such a tool (preferably free). Then, in the midst of said search, I was reminded that this little tool was not only already on my Mac, did exactly what I wanted, but also did it better than any of the tools I was able to find.

  • Twitter shaking things up with official iPhone app

    We’re fans of Echofon, but this should definitely shake things up. A lot of people already seem to prefer Tweetie, and if this acquisition results in shorter time between releases it could dominate even more. If they do things right this should always be the most “up-to-date” app because they’ll have pre-release access to all of Twitter’s newest features and have a head start straight out of the gate.

  • RIP, 'Ping!'

    Several months a game-changing messaging service was released for the iPhone: Ping! It allowed you to easily send and receive text messages with any other iPhone user who had the app installed. For free.

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