My name is Kenneth and I write cool Mac and iPhone software. This is my personal weblog where I post about stuff I find interesting. I usually write about Mac development, the business of shareware and the Mac community in general.read more →
After months of hard work, controversy and perseverance, iLaugh 2.0 is finally launching. iLaugh puts a database of over 50,000 jokes in the palm of your hand. Vote on your favorite jokes, compile a list of your favorites, share jokes with your friends via Twitter and Facebook, and most importantly, have a good laugh. With iLaugh, you […]
Three months ago, I submitted an update to iLaugh and iLaugh Lite, numbered 1.1.1 that fixed many bugs but didn’t change anything to the functionality of the app. Today, after three whole months in review (seriously, I’m not making this up!), they decided to finally tackle the issue and issue me a rejection for no other […]
When one hears stories from iPhone developers, they’re either from the lucky ones who made insane amounts of money and laugh all the way to the bank, or rather from disappointed developers who consider their efforts a failure. The latter tend to blame the App Store for the failure of their application(s). Granted, the App Store […]
Here are a few jokes I picked out as winners from the contest: Warning: some of these jokes may be rated R The nun teaching Sunday school was speaking to her class one morning when she asked the question, ‘When you die and go to heaven…which part of your body goes first?’ Suzy raised her hand and said, […]
I’ve just setup a mailing list for Anigma. We’ll be keeping you up to date with development, and when we’re ready, you’ll be the first to get beta access. Subscribe to the mailing list now!