Mac news for Mac people

Sunday, April 24, 2005


Invasion Of the (i)Pod People

They're multiplying — and spawning a new economy.

OS X Security Tips From The NSA

The National Security Agency knows a thing or two about security in general, and it seems that Macs have infiltrated the Agency.

As Gadgets Proliferate, The Visually Impaired Struggle

As technology has evolved, it's become lighter, smaller and more portable. For most people, that makes it more convenient. For millions of blind and vision-impaired people, it's anything but.

Tiger's Out This Week. No Bull.

This is great theater, but the greater show by far will be the one that plays on your computer screen, making your digital life more pleasurable and productive. If you're an Apple fan, showings begin on Friday. Windows users will have to wait until Christmas. 2006. Snort.

Apple To Power First Real-Time Full-Color Feed From GEO


Will Apple's Legal Cases Lead to A Consumer Backlash?

If there is a consumer backlash, it doesn't appear to be doing Apple any real harm.

iPod Mini

My love of all things Apple has taken over my life.


50 Random Observations On mac OS 10.4 "Tiger"

5 Ways To Unleash The Music

InDesign Perfect For Pros, Pages Turns On Rest Of Us

Pages is clean, crisp, very flexible and so easy to use you don't even need to read the instructions.


Hypercard, The Sequel

Remember the "good old days" when we were all programmers because Apple provided us with the simple yet powerful Hypercard? Now that Hypercard is dead, where have all the "rest of us programmers" gone to?

Programming the iTunes/iPod, that's where we all are now.

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