Delicousness: iPhones, boarding passes, Cult of Mac, nerd subclasses, Snow Leopard and weird ads
The end of the week, semi regular, hand selected, carefully edited snapshot of what made it into my Delicious bookmarks this week.
- Last week I blogged about my experiences with an electronic boarding pass, hosted on my iPhone, while travelling home from Amsterdam's Schipol airport. Cult of Mac came across it, liked it, and used it as a basis for an article. Which was nice.
- Remember those Venn Diagrams you did in maths class? Now you can use one to work out which of the subclasses of nerddom you belong to. Naturally I place myself in the geek with a life subclass, which is strangely absent from the diagram.
- At the weekend I upgraded my work MacBook Pro to Snow Leopard, Apple's latest version of the OS X operating system. And then 4 days later I downgraded it back to Leopard.
- Want to buy used toilet paper, a used tombstone or a rottweiler called Mr Giggles? Some people think you do.