So to help Mac OS X users, new and old, to make better use of their keyboard I wanted to share the Mac OS X keyboard commands I find myself using the most. Some are obvious and well known, others are more obscure.
“Prototyping with data Matt Biddulph, Nokia. Today I’ll be talking about how we do new product development for Ovi at Nokia, by building prototypes that use real data as early as possible in the design process”
“Canabalt, a ridiculously addicting web/IOS-device game allows one to show off their high scores, and their not-so-high scores to Twitter.
Each of these tweets contains a bit of information – The score represented in meters, the method of death (hitting a wall and tumbling to my death) and the device (iPhone). Other useful information can easily be extracted such as the date/time played and information about the user (name, location, friend count, follower count, etc). Over the next few weeks I aim to see what features, if any, has any influence on Canabalt scores.”