or maybe a subscription service.. to something like itools.. i hope they aren't trying to compete with google..Lacero said:God, I hope Steve Jobs doesn't demonstrate iWeb the way he did with iTools. BORING! Perchance, what could it be? Perhaps a new Apple-designed blogging tool for .Mac users?
nahhh it will be a easy app like rapidweaver -SpaceMagic said:Remember HomePage in the OS X Public Beta? It was a nifty WYSIWYG app which never made it into 10.0! Who knows? An Adobe-Macromedia Dreamweaver beater!?
Yeh! Names like: Final Cut Pro were great.. Final Cut Express was ok, but now the rumoured, Final Cut Extreme! Haha! Any more adjectives?emutree said:Weird though - I definitely would've poised it as an iWork component. And as having a lot better of a name than iWeb (seriously - maybe the dude that used to be responsible for naming stuff quit: recently we've gotten Bonjour and iWeb??). I'm excited for it nevertheless, although I feel bad for the Karelia guys - they've been working on their Sandvox app since last summer and have kept delaying it, and now that they're bringing it out at the end of January it'll come out just in time to be trampled by Apple.
Final Cut XTREEM!!1!SpaceMagic said:Yeh! Names like: Final Cut Pro were great.. Final Cut Express was ok, but now the rumoured, Final Cut Extreme! Haha! Any more adjectives?
Finally, some thoughts on the future:
The next big thing for the average computer user could well be putting all his "stuff" on the web, so he can share it with friends & family-- music, pictures, video, thoughts, family trees, etc. Let's call this iWeb. Apple has a good start with this with its .Mac offering. But many users will want to go beyond the canned capabilities of .Mac -- maybe even run a small home business on the web.
What is needed is a set of programs that do the basic iWeb functions. These must be written in a language that is easy to read/learn/understand/modify by non-programmers.
Ugh.. but do we really want them to be able to create websites?Ashapalan said:i reckon too.
Imagine a simple apple app that would enable even the most illiterate webpage creators to make their own site.
Definatly a gap in ilife for that.