Apple’s Word Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) sold out this year for the first time ever. For those of us who aren’t lucky enough to be down in San Francisco this week, Apple has posted the 1 hour and 45 minute video.
Watch it online on Apple’s website:
Link: Apple WWDC 2008 Keynote
Or download the video to your own iPhone/iPod from Apple’s new Keynote Podcast in iTunes. This latest video has been posted along with many other historic presentations:
Link: Apple Keynotes Podcast
Too busy? Read past the jump for a great 60-second version of the WWDC Keynote.
There’s nothing better on a cold winter day than gathering together in front of a warm crackling fire. Back in 1966, Channel 11 WPIX in New York City began broadcasting The Yule Log each Christmas Eve as a televised gift for people who lived in apartments and homes without fireplaces.
Today, over 40 years later, what could make a better Christmas-eve tip than a link for your own iPod-resolution version of that fireplace classic:
In 2001, The Yule Log returned to TV sets in select cities with an updated edition for HDTV. The 3-hour recording of a burning log won its time slot in the Nielsen ratings each year since it was brought back. Wikipedia has a fascinating account of The Yule Log’s rise, decline, and revival.