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Are Facebook and Google doomed to disappear?

Are Facebook and Google doomed to disappear?

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

As we all know, Facebook’s IPO was last week.

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What’s Next??: The MacWhisperer’s 2012 Apple WWDC Forum

What’s Next??: The MacWhisperer’s 2012 Apple WWDC Forum

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

The 2012 Apple World Wide Developers Conference is coming up next month (June 11-15), and if you’re like me you’ve probably come across a fair amount of the usual speculation as to what to expect re: new products, operating systems, etc. The major items on the radar are: iPhone iOS 6 (and potentially a teaser […]

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Dictate this! The App of the Week.

Dictate this! The App of the Week.

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

App of the week For the last week. I’ve been playing with a very cool new app. In fact you might not believe it, but I’m writing this blog with it as we speak. It’s from a company called Nuance. And it’s based on the Dragon voice recognition protocol available for computers. The accuracy is […]

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The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #3

The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #3

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Tip #3 Don’t Just Close it, Quit It!!! One of the most frequent question I get from new Mac Users, is “How do I keep my Mac running quickly?”

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The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #2 Don’t be App-rehensive

The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #2 Don’t be App-rehensive

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Tip #2: Don’t be App-rehensive… Avoid the Web and Use Your Apps So I saw something today that caught my attention and gave me clarity about what I wanted to post today. So what did I see? An iPhone with no apps. Not a single one (other than the pre-installed apps). I was aghast. And […]

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The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #1

The MacWhisperer’s tips to work like a pro: Tip #1

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Tip #1: When in Doubt… Restart. People always ask me why things crash, why they don’t work, and why issues always crop up. My answer? I don’t have one. I don’t want one. I don’t need one. Why doesn’t matter to me… How to fix it? That’s the key! That’s all I care about. I […]

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More than 50 things you can replace by getting an iPhone

More than 50 things you can replace by getting an iPhone

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Hi friends, I came up with this list of items you can replace by owning an iPhone… Any things you think I missed? Let me know. I’ll go more into details on all these items (and any you add) in a later post. 50 things you can replace with an iPhone 1) calculator 2) digital […]

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Verizon and the iPhone

Verizon and the iPhone

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Q: Is the iPhone going to Verizon, and should I switch carriers when it does? A: Well, it looks like it’s finally going to happen. all signs point to AT&T losing their exclusivity to the iPhone this next year. The pundits say that it should happen in the first quarter of 2011. Probably by March. […]

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Technology Tips: Webmail vs. Local Mail

Technology Tips: Webmail vs. Local Mail

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

In this day and age, more and more people are relying on the cloud. They use yahoo or gmail or hotmail as their email provider, and they get their messages by going to a website. I suggest that the better way to manage your email is with a local mail client like MacMail, Entourage, or […]

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Technology Tips: The Right Email Address

Technology Tips: The Right Email Address

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

Just like the last generation was impressed by a good physical address in Malibu, or Beverly Hills, or a prime phone number in the 310 area code, the next generation is impressed by a smart email address. Free email addresses like AOL, gmail, MSN, hotmail, and yahoo are ok for personal use, but make a […]

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