djmcloud.com podcast #16:
Occupy Movements raided across the country, GarageBand comes to iPhone, video sharing, ads in Twitter, iOS photo apps including Photogene2, LensLight, and Pocket Camera PRO–the intersection of apps and activism
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show notes for episode #16, Nov. 15, 2011
Photogene2: a new app for editing, cropping, filtering, and even adding text on photos
Pocket Camera PRO by Punicasoft: a point-and-shoot camera simulator, down to the left-right up-down button activated menu
LensLight: like LensFlare [covered on podcast #14], but with different light and color patterns to place atop your iPhone photos
The Amazing Type-Writer: App that simulates using a type-writer; can export writings (in type-writer style and font) as images
GarageBand for iOS: The very cool mini DAW music creation software for iOS is now universal, meaning it can run on recent iPhones (and iPod Touches) as well as iPads now.
Wall of Sound: an app that plays music and allows you to explore your collection using album art
in other news
new bug fix version of free and open source pacificpelican.us/cms (0.0.9.9.3) now available
ads in Twitter stream
Instagr.am grows; will it add video?
Youtube vs. Vimeo
big road wins in college football: Oregon beats Stanford; Michigan State beats Iowa
Paul Krugman on the raid of Zucotti Park in New York City.
The first half (roughly) of this podcast was broadcast live via Ustream, and is archived on that site.
Thanks to Jim for the music in this episode.