What’s on your dock? Evernote

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Evernote is a cross platform note keeping application. This is Steve’s recommended Mac app in our March 2010 meetup – What’s on your dock?.

What’s on your dock? Pixelmator

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Pixelmator is an image editing software for people who needs a simple and lightweight tool for image editing. This is Casey’s recommended Mac app in our March 2010 meetup – What’s on your dock?.

What’s on your dock? MercuryMover

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MercuryMover is a window management application. This is William’s recommended Mac app in our March 2010 meetup – What’s on your dock?.

What’s on your dock? LittleSnapper

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LittleSnapper is a screen and web page capturing application. This is Leon’s recommended Mac app in our March 2010 meetup – What’s on your dock?.

What’s on your dock? Speaker lineup

Filed Under (Event) by billibala on 15-03-2010

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Normally, our events feature only one single speaker on a dedicated topic. This is our first event with a speaker lineup! It’s an accomplishment!

The speakers, each, will spend about 5 min to pitch their favorite Mac apps to us. 5 min is short but it’s long enough to show key features which make people stick. Come talk to Mac app lovers, get inspiration and feedback!

The meetup is on 25 March (Thur). Please check the event post for details and RSVP.

Leon Ho, an iPhone developer, has been coding on his Mac since his founded Stepcase. He likes staring at his Macbook Pro’s LCD screen everyday. He will show us a screen capturing application.

William Taysom Chief Philosopher at JadeTower.  Finds the Mac frequently frustrating, but it’s the best we’ve got.  He likes listening to Alex read articles while he lifts weights.*  He will show us a window managing application.

Belle Liu, Development Abstraction Layer of BeansBox, a digital agency in HK – an unintended Apple “evangelist” since her switch from Windows in 2002. She loves helping PC users switch to Mac and trying out any app with a sexy interface. She will show us a password manager application.

Casey Lau – Creator of Super Kaiju Hero Force for the iPhone, Associate Publisher of the Popcorn Media Network and organizer of iPhanatics and iPadawans in HK. He likes everything from Steve Jobs, even Newton. He will show us design and utility applications in 5 minutes.

Spike is a corporate IT director, photographer and writer. You may be familiar with his column in BC magazine or his blog Hongkie Town. One of Spike’s favorite applications on his MacBook is a productivity app. He will show us in meetup.

Thank you very much to all the speakers.