When you hear the word “ocarina”, what do you think of? Well, for me, the first thing that came to mind is The Legend of Zelda. Though I haven’t played the 1999 Game of the Year, I still hear that memorable tune/soundtrack playing in my head when I think of Zelda.
Upon hearing that someone made an application for it on the iPhone, I just had to go see it. The application is called Ocarina.
Brightkite recently announced it’s iPhone App coming to the iTunes App Store soon. Here’s the video demo of the application:
I have been using Brightkite along with Twitter for couple of months now since James has invited me to the service. It’s a darn impressive social networking application that uses Yahoo’s Fire Eagle which allows users to manage their location.
The features that are planned for the Brightkite iPhone app are:
Auto geo-location including Place Snapping and Pick a Place
It’s out! Another landmark day in the Creative world. Adobe Creative Suite 4 is shipping and in-stores early this morning. Adobe also announced that for a limited time, owners of: CS2, CS1, Macromedia Studio 8, Studio MX 2004, or Production Studio will qualify for up to $200 on eligible upgrades to CS4. This special offer will last till February 28, 20091.
You may order CS4 via Amazon by clicking the one that is appropriate for your line of work:
Upgrade to an Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design, Web, or Production Premium edition from an earlier version of Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe Production Studio, or Macromedia Studio software and save up to US$200 off the regular upgrade price. Offer valid on Creative Suite 1 or 2, Adobe Production Studio, Macromedia Studio 8, or Studio MX 2004 Professional. Offer ends February 28, 2009. Prices are in U.S. dollars. All prices are available from the Adobe.com store and by calling 800–585-0774 and are valid in the U.S. and Canada only. Applicable local sales taxes and shipping charges may apply. Allow 2–3 weeks for software delivery. Offer subject to change or withdrawal without notice. Void where prohibited. [↩]
If you don’t know already, Apple has just announced its new line of MacBooks1 earlier at 10 this morning in Cupertino. Today’s line is a completely new build from the ground-up, starting with its “unibody” approach.