Hueless is not a photo “effect” app. Powered by our revolutionary live black & white preview, the image you see in the viewfinder is the image you see in the Photo Roll. “What You See is What You Get”, no post-processing required. The perfect companion for the iPhone photographer, Hueless offers high-quality black & white photography in JPEG or TIFF formats without adding processing steps or sacrificing camera performance. Hueless is a photo shooting app.
I’ve had this installed for a week or so now, and it’s great. I love black and white photography.
Researching the Nike Fuelband and Jawbone UP. Both are quite pricey, making it pretty hard for me to justify an investment right now.
Version 3.1.0 of the Most Popular Tags plugin has been uploaded to the WordPress plugin directory. This release adds an often-requested feature: the ability to embed a tag cloud in a post or page.
To embed a tag cloud, simply use the shortcode
[tagcloud]. You can customise the appearance of the cloud using the following parameters:
All of the aforementioned parameters are optional — omit one and it is assigned a default value. For a list of accepted values for each parameters, please refer to the WordPress documentation on
wp_tag_cloud(). If you run into any issues, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Cloud with the top 20 tags
Cloud with the top 20 tags, sorted by count and ordered randomly
[tagcloud number="20" orderby="count" order="RAND"]
Cloud with the top 20 tags, sorted by count, ordered randomly and separated with the “/” character
[tagcloud number="20" orderby="count" order="RAND" separator=" / "]
Here’s a live demo of the last example shortcode (please note that its appearance may vary depending on your stylesheets):
Adding support in the Most Popular Tags plugin for embedding tag clouds in posts and pages. It’s a feature that has been requested numerous times.
Apple sought the Holy Grail of tax avoidance. It has created offshore entities holding tens of billions of dollars, while claiming to be tax resident nowhere.
Nothing illegal, as far as I can tell.
Pixel Press is an iOS & Android app that lets you draw your own video game (no code required!) and share it with others.
Print the PDF, draw a level, take a photo of it with your iOS or Android device and—presumably with the help of some OCR—the level can be tested, played and shared with others.
I love this kind of stuff, marrying software with tangible objects.