Previous to 10.6, when you plugged a camera in, it would launch iPhoto or Aperture or whatever program you’d set up as your default.
Image Capture 6.0, in 10.6 takes care of this with a little preference portion in the lower left corner of the app. For each camera you can set a preference as to which program, if any, will launch when that device is plugged in.
Federal officials say small business owners should be prepared to operate with fewer employees this fall as swine flu spreads across the country MSNBC: Feds tell small businesses prepare for swine flu
Most people keep their tools at home. But if you aren’t at home, you probably drove your car to get to wherever you are.
Intuit will acquire the free online personal finance service Mint, we’ve confirmed from a source close to the deal, for around $170 million. Silicon Alley Insider first reported a rumor on this. The deal should be announced in the next few days. Techcrunch: Intuit Is Buying Mint.com
Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry were having dinner with their new investors. The 27-year-old entrepreneurs had finally gotten a million dollars in venture capital to kick-start their company, but it came with stiff financial targets. It turned out this was the least of their problems that night. “We were passing our credit cards under the table to each other,” Ryan recalls, “but none of them worked, because we had maxed them out. Eventually, we persuaded the restaurant owner we were good for the money.” Reader’s Digest: Messy Guys Make Millions Selling Green Cleaning Products
An onslaught of slick smartphones running Google (GOOG) Android will goose adoption and send Android marketshare soaring in early 2010, said a source close to the Android team with knowledge of customer trends and sentiment for the Google-powered handsets. “The only thing holding it back is the lack of devices. And by early next year there will be dozens of Android devices online, Marketshare is going to skyrocket,” said the source, who has worked directly with the Android team. DailyFinance.com: Google Android will take off in early 2010, challenge iPhone