So I decided to take the Superhero personality test. Not sure I’m 100% happy with being Robin… On the other hand, being 50% Spider-Man is pretty cool.
(Note: The web geek in me had to re-format the generated results table).
You are Robin.
Young and acrobatic. You don’t mind stepping aside to give someone else glory.
Here’s a screenshot of the new Parallels beta running in Coherence mode with IE and Safari running on the same desktop:
Note that the Windows start bar and the OSX Dock are on the same screen. But the best part is that now you can drag and drop files from Finder to Windows Explorer and vice versa!
More information and nice demo videos here.
I found out this morning that digg are using my Audio Player for their Podcasts section which is really cool. Incidentally, I also found out that TalkCrunch, the weekly TechCrunch podcast site, also use my player (via the excellent PodPress plugin).
This news has given me another motivation boost to complete the next release of my Audio Player. Features for version 2 will definitely include:
- Simple standalone option for non-WordPress websites
- Better handling of simultaneous open players (using my friend Pete’s excellent LcBroadcast class)
- Better handling of bandwidth usage: pause button also pauses download. Note: This feature can be turned off.
- Volume control
- More options to control the interface (like removing certain elements such as titles)
- Player will be resizeable (well, its width anyway)