Angel investor and all-around web magnate Chris Sacca wrote a quick tweet early yesterday about how it'd be cool if there was a website where people could predict where Facebook's stock will end up at the end of its first day as a publicly traded company. Well, ask and ye shall receive.A programmer named James Proud answered the call, hacking together FacebookIPODayClosingPrice.com, a fun little website that keeps a running tally of people's bets on where Facebook's stock will close on IPO day. read more..
Set parental controls on your Mac
In this week's Macworld Video, we'll walk you through setting up an account with parental controls, and just what controls are available to you. read more..
Apple lets crowd-funded developers sidestep App Store policies
Developers of the Zombies, Run! game for iPhone say they were able to distribute 3000 copies of the app to backers who had paid for its development through the Kickstarter "crowd funding" site, despite Apple's rules limiting developers to 50 promo codes for a single iOS app. read more..