Nice MacBook News photos

A few nice MacBook News images I found:

Mellow Clutter on Typepad Motion
MacBook News
Image by Hugger Industries
Mellow Clutter™ is a concept I've talked about for the past 2 years and it anticipated content aggregation, rich APIs, and that we'd post once and publish everywhere.

"Web technologies have finally caught up to their promise and by using APIs, feeds, and widgets, a company can create a “portal” for their product, a Mellow Clutter."

Today, I used the newest new TypePad Motion to build a quick Mellow Clutter and cool. This particular Melllow Clutter just has pumpkins on it, but that took me about 34 minutes to set up on my Macbook Air.

It's using TypePad on the backend with locally hosted Python and Django to generate the front end templates and pages. The next step is to fully customize it and move it into production on a web host.

The Mellow Clutter concept is also known as Social Publishing and is applied to products and brands. It's a dynamic website that shares photos, videos, news, and video from a variety of sources focused on a particular topic.

In context to Social Media, instead of lifestreaming, a business streams their product.

It's what we've been doing on Bike Hugger using a Movable Type/Type Pad hack. Next step is this.

We'll debut the production site shortly during the Mobile Social Worldwide.

Media training - track breaking news online 4
MacBook News
Image by noodlepie
Training room where I run the Track breaking news online training course - www.journalism.co.uk/36/43/74/ - This is the IT room at the Royal Society of Medicine, Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE From www.grahamholliday.co.uk

MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (13.3-inch)
MacBook News
Image by Mac Users Guide
Mac Users Guide offers the latest news, reviews, how-tos and expert opinions on everything Mac users need to know about Apple’s line of Mac computers and software. The MacBook was first introduced in 2006 to replace the iBook and 12″ PowerBook series of notebooks. There have been two separate designs of the MacBooks that differ form one another by their exterior “finish”. The first MacBook model uses a polycarbonate casing and was modeled after the iBook G3/G4. The second introduced in October 2009 introduced a uni-body polycarbonate shell. The new polycarbonate unibody MacBook 1066 MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM SDRAM memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery.

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