When developing iOS apps you often find yourself wanting to fetch images dynamically from a server rather than having them all shipped in the app bundle. For this task I usually use the EGOImageLoader library by ENORMEGO Developers.
It handles the downloading and caching of images, and if used for instance in a UITableView it changes download priority in the fly to prioritize images in the UITableViewCells currently displayed.
It also uses the delegate pattern so you can easily add whatever adjustments you need for your particular project.
We have a ReadynNAS 1100 (File server) in the office. For some reason the [AFP](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Filing_Protocol) service stopped working. The service was on, but OS X couldn't connect. The solution was to re-install the ReadyNAS firmware. After re-install we only needed to change the admin password and change the IP-address. All other options, data and add-ons were still there. [ReadyNAS User Guide](http://www.readynas.com/download/documentation/UM/ReadyNAS_UM_19Nov07.pdf)
Last week I created the Twitter account [@LazyJoesApp(https://twitter.com/#!/LazyJoesApp) for our iPhone puzzle game [Lazy Joe's Warehouse](http://itunes.apple.com/app/lazy-joes-warehouse/id386139005?mt=8) and I'm looking forward to interesting conversations with iPhone gamers around the world. If you're a fan of the game, follow us for some daily challenges! Personally I'm pretty new to Twitter so I'm looking forward to learning more about it. ![Hard Level 7 Floor 1](https://cloud-cube-eu.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/xxtz15cj2s3v/public/siteFiles/www/bloggbilder/mzl.njpzzyhx.320x480-75.jpg) ![Hard Level 7 Floor 2](https://cloud-cube-eu.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/xxtz15cj2s3v/public/siteFiles/www/bloggbilder/mzl.lxtuymoj.320x480-75.jpg)