My name is Kenneth and I write cool Mac and iPhone software. This is my personal weblog where I post about stuff I find interesting. I usually write about Mac development, the business of shareware and the Mac community in general.read more →
I bring to you, NanoLifeSaver. NanoLifeSaver is a slick Core Animation screensaver. (This last one is a movie, Click to Play) Download NanoLifeSaver Credit goes to Scott Stevenson for coming up with the original animation code.
Disappointingly, codename: Hijack / Spool is no more. I have posted about this project before, and it was really something I was excited about. Back in the day where I actually had time, I was a forum freak and was active in more than 10 forums… This would have been the dream app for me. Unfortunately, Hijack has […]
Update: I rewrote this post with better language and better explanations. Please read the newer version first. In this post, I will describe how to hack a mac shareware app. The reason for this is to push the developers to create stronger protection, and to show common weaknesses in licensing code. Before each hack is published, […]
From: Sean Collins Date: July 23, 2007 4:32:35 PM EDT To: [firstname.lastname@example.org] Subject: Aquatic Prime I recently read your blog post about Aquatic prime, after I was hunting around inside another application. I would like to perhaps exchange some notes, because I think I might have found at least an individual application that uses the PHP authentication […]
Introducing Econ, the screensaver that uses your icons! Note: This screenshot is UGLY. Screen capture just wouldn’t capture a smooth image… Click on the screenshot to get a nice QuickTime preview of the screensaver. Econ is Leopard-only and requires a decent graphics card & CPU. Download Econ Update: In Snow Leopard, you need to launch System Preferences in […]