Tag Archive: Written

Read the first ever article written about Apple

Apple’s not exactly hurting for press coverage these days. There was a time, though, when the company was desperate for any bit of publicity it could drum up. That time was February 1977, when The Apple Computer Company spoke to…Read more ›

6 great comic book movies written by their original creators

We’re living in a golden age for comic book movies, but even with that being the case, it can be kind of rare for a film to arrive in multiplexes, faithfully guided there by its original creator. Having the original…Read more ›

This song was written by iOS 8’s autocomplete function

I’ve always liked Jonathan Mann, the YouTube artist who became popular for writing and uploading a brand new song each and every day. Mann’s a big Apple fan, too, and over the years has put together numerous songs concerning everything from…Read more ›

Boba Fett Star Wars movie will be written by Mac & iPad game writer

Disney has announced the screenwriter-director combo who will helm the new Star Wars standalone film. The writer will be Gary Whitta, a tech nerd turned screenwriter who has written the dialogue to some of the best adventure games on the…Read more ›

Test Your Knowledge Of The Written Word WIth LitBound For iOS

LitBound has made the jump from Android, and is now available on iOS. If you’re a fan of books, or just a library geek at heart, this game offers you hours of trivia fun, testing your knowledge of best sellers,…Read more ›

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Gutenberg Variations Turns Written Text Into Sweet, Bloopy Music

Symbols work better than swear words, unlike real life.



Got a spare five minutes? Want to do something fun. Then take a quick look at Gutenberg Variations, a free iPhone app which takes your typed text and turns it onto sheet music. And then plays it.

It’s a little like one of those apps which turn images into ASCII art, only with letters and music instead. It’s dead, dead simple: tap  [Read More…]