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…Whitoken gives your iPod Touch a second life?

Whitoken

Like everything Apple, the iPod Touch’s design is a study in simplistic beauty.

However, as with most things tech, there are those that just can’t help but tinker, which is why one crafty designer named 6mik has created a theme for jailbroken iPod Touches called Whitoken that gives a whole new look and feel to the default interface. (And reminds me a lot of Marvin the Paranoid Android from Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy.)

[Whitoken]

…The Mac Sale will save you a bundle?

The Mac Sale

The Mac Sale is another great Mac bundle that includes 10 great apps like Flux, Scribbles, Iris, WriteRoom, REALbasic, Interarchy, HoudahSpot, TaskPaper and MarinerCalc for just $49.99.

It also has an awesome website, so be sure to check it out even if you’re not in the mood for some new apps.

[The Mac Sale]

…The Mac Bundle Box is a great deal on software?

Mac Bundle Box

Get your app on with the Mac Bundle Box, a collection of 12 great apps for just $49.

Titles include Freeway, Simon, DEVONthink, myNotes, iCash, DaisyDisk, Chronicle, Stomp and Exces, and you’ll save almost 90% off retail by buying them together, so what do you have to loose?

[Mac Bundle Box]

…Thumber makes movie images?

Blackhawk Down

Thumber is an interesting Mac application that allows you to take snapshots of a movie at one-second intervals and then stitch them together into one giant image. (The above is from Blackhawk Down.)

The result is a look at a movie in a way that’s never been done before, where you can start to see the pacing, color palate, and other directorial decisions that often get missed when viewing movies at full speed.

[Thumber]

[Via: Kottke]

…iTab is an Apple tablet?

iTab

If you’re tired of waiting for Apple to release a tablet, then check out iTab, the creation of a user that just wasn’t willing to wait for Apple’s typical release cycle.

Made by Frankensteining together a Wacom Intuos and a broken MacBook, the iTab actually looks like it works rather well considering the hacked together nature of the whole project.

If you’re like to find out more info, or if you’re thinking of building one yourself, then check out his site for a full walk-through of the process.

[iTab]

[Via: Lifehacker]