Markup and edit PDF docs with inexpensive software, a web series shot entirely on iPhone, a reusable replacement for zip ties, a Macworld panel talking about getting girls involved with technology, a jetpack that uses water for fuel, a recreation of the Princess Leia hologram.
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Ever want to do a markup or edit on a PDF, but don't have Adobe Acrobat? PDFpen might be just what you need.
Anna Elizabeth James and Michael Koerbel are filmmakers who have created a web series, shot on iPhone and delivered through an app. Is this the future of filmmaking?
Our favorite thing at Macworld was pretty low-tech. EZTY is a reusable replacement for zip ties that can help you with your cable management.
I had the opportunity to speak on a panel at Macworld about women in technology and how we can encourage girls in science and technical fields. It was great to meet all the girls who came out for the talk!
If you're ready to leave boats behind, maybe a water-powered jetpack is what you need!
B&H Photo is like Disney World for geeks! Whether you're interested in photography, video, audio, or whatever, you'll find more at B&H than you would have ever dreamed was available.