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Maison Binoclette – Apple Glasses

Maison Binoclette

Maison Binoclette makes glasses for your Apple, allowing you to pimp your MacBook, iPad and iMac with a geeked out style of your choosing.

[Maison Binoclette via NOTCOT]

…Apple is updating?



Today, during the Apple summer event, the Steve announced a new iMac line, featuring lots of glass and aluminum, as well as some beefed up specs.


Along with this new iMac line, the Steve also introducing a new, matching wireless keyboard that’s plenty slim and plenty sexy.


On the software side of things, the Steve introduced iLife ’08, with the usual slew of updates.

iPhoto gets events, giving you a new way to organize your photos.

iMovie gets added, which is supposed to do for video what iPhoto has done for photos.

iWeb gets enhanced, including Google integration (Anyone else hoping for a partnership?)

iDVD gets a nudge up, but not much.

GarageBand also gets improved, though again, nothing substantial.

To go along with the new iLife features, the Steve also introduced an update to .Mac. Now sharing photos and movies with friends and family is even easier. Plus, there’s iPhone integration with a real “Web 2.0” feel. – Yeah, the Steve actually said “Web 2.0”.

What about for the working world?

Don’t worry, the Steve has you covered as well.


iWork ’08 saw the usual bump in featuring, plus the addition of Numbers, Apple’s long awaited spreadsheet program. It’s like Excel, only Applefied.

And that’s it. No one more thing. Steve, why no iPod? Must you make us wait? All I’ve got to say is that the next iPod better launch rockets at the push of a touch screen button. That’s right, rockets.


…24″ iMacs have great looking insides?

iMac Insides

If you’ve got a 24” iMac, Hack This Mac has the perfect desktop background for you. By removing the display and taking a photo of what’s inside, it looks like you can see right through your screen into the internals of your machine. Reminds me a lot of the transparent screen Photoshop trick. Very cool.

[Hack This Mac]

[Flickr – Transparent Screens]

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