Who is this influential person in the Mac community?
Henry Alford, New York Times:
I recently spent three weeks trying to improve my life through apps. First, I diagnosed myself; I determined that I have bodily ills, household ills and wardrobe ills. Then I started Googling.
Peter Cohen, iMore:
New year, new resolutions. If "take better care of my Mac" was on your list of things to do, here are some practical tips to make that happen. I've split this list up into three topics: Back up your Mac, batten down the hatches and improve your security, and clean up the crud (get rid of data you don't need).
Jason Snell, Six Colors:
So there I was in Orange County, without a specific audio file I needed. And that's when it hit me: I back up my iMac (and all my other computers) using an online backup service. Which means all of the files on my iMac are also backed up in the cloud. So even though my Mac at home is shut down, the files on it should be accessible to me.
Gary Allen, ifo Apple Store:
The visuals teams at Apple’s retail stores are installing new wall graphics that extend [the "Start something new"] Web campaign that spotlights artistic applications for iPad, iPhone and Mac.
"Fang etwas Neues an" — auch in den Retail Stores, z.B. in der Regent Street in London (UK). — http://t.co/SOZvzq8Hup pic.twitter.com/DIZRphE3Gg— Storeteller (@storetellee) January 1, 2015
One of the most influential person in the Mac community, this person is, of course Adam C Engst.
Say hi to ya mutha for me... pic.twitter.com/lrudSpZp0S— Will Menaker (@willmenaker) January 2, 2015
Thanks for reading.