Ever finished up a kick ass design on your Mac, sent it to your PC running client and been told it looked “too dark” on their monitor?  Gamma Toggle is a nifty little program that allows you to toggle between various gamma settings to see how your designs look on other operating systems.  Though it is no replacement for actually loading your design on a bunch of different computers, it is really handy for getting a real-time idea of how it looks on a standard setting MAC or PC screen from your MAC or PC.

It’s tiny, it’s handy, it’s free so there is no reason why your shouldn’t go get it!

Picked this tip up from the excellent Boagworld podcast.


I just signed up a the 2,454th person in Hong Kong to support the 2008 Download Firefox day which is hoping to set a Guinness World Record for most software downloads in 24 hours when it releases later this year.

You can sign up too and be part of this great piece of marketing!


Was busy gathering some news articles for one of my other blogs and came across this fabulous video for the Japanese band toe.  An exceptional take on an age old technique and enchanting music to boot



May 23, 2008

Agency FL-2 create flash sites that don’t irritate the hell out of me.  Hell, they are actually good.  Even when the music starts on loading!

Go check out their site at: http://www.fl-2.com/

Screenshot: http://www.visionstreetwear.com/

Loving these new ads from Mebucaine.  Spotted over at I Believe in Advertising.

Tag Galaxy is an excellent web app that uses Papervision 3D to display Flickr tag searchs in the context of a virtual galaxy. Not the most efficient way to browse for photography, but incredibly cool to use for a short while.