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WWDC 2012: Hardware

WWDC 2012: Hardware

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

So we got big news last week from Apple.  In addition to the first in depth look at iOS 6, (soon to be seen on iPhones and iPads everywhere), and another, deeper look at Mountain Lion (more on that in our next post), we got a whole new spread of brand new laptops.  In addition […]

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WWDC 2012 – The Aftermath

WWDC 2012 – The Aftermath

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So, the dust has finally settled on this year’s WWDC, and we can start to look at what was and wasn’t announced. I’m going to break down these announcements into three categories: iOS6 (the operating system that runs iPhones, iPads and iPod touches Mountain Lion (aka OSX 10.8, the new Macintosh computer operating system) Hardware […]

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Beginning The Great Migration — MobileMe users to get free Snow Leopard DVDs from Apple

Beginning The Great Migration — MobileMe users to get free Snow Leopard DVDs from Apple

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June is upon us. Usually that’s a good thing, but this year it’s giving some Mac users reason to panic — it’s finally time to let go of MobileMe and make the switch to iCloud (by June 30th, to be exact). For the next few weeks I’ll be touching on this theme of migrating to […]

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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

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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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From the “It’s About Time” File: Now Software closes their doors

From the “It’s About Time” File: Now Software closes their doors

. June 7, 2017 . 0 Comments

In order to set the stage we have to step in the way-back machine… way, way back into the days before OSX, before the iphone, before integrated handheld solutions and smart phones, before ical and even before apple’s address book. Back in these days there was even a version of Microsoft Outlook available for the […]

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Technology Tips: Should I get a Laptop or a Desktop?

Technology Tips: Should I get a Laptop or a Desktop?

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Many people ask me what the right machine is for them, Laptop or Desktop. My general feeling is that unless you are a heavy technician and professional computer user, having more than one computer can be more trouble than it’s worth. Certainly if you have two, you should have both a a laptop and a […]

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Zen & the Art of Macintosh Maintenance: Just F***ing Do It!!! Part II

Zen & the Art of Macintosh Maintenance: Just F***ing Do It!!! Part II

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So, in the last post, we discussed how to start de-cluttering your technical life. We moved files off your desktop, and into specified folders. We dumped photos into iphoto, music into itunes, and generally got the ball rolling in a great technological makeover for the packrats among us. I know how to do this, because […]

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Zen and the Art of Macintosh Maintenance: Part 1

Zen and the Art of Macintosh Maintenance: Part 1

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Let me start off by saying that I love my job. I’ve been doing it professionally for going on seven years now and I wouldn’t give away a single day of it. Before that I did it as a non-professional for friends and family for pocket change, and I wouldn’t give away a day of […]

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A Kindler, Gentler Tablet? The Future of the eBook…

A Kindler, Gentler Tablet? The Future of the eBook…

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So, the Kindle has had it’s moment in the sun. It was Amazon’s most gifted item this year. eBook sales outweighed physical book sales on Christmas Day. But what does it really mean? Are physical books dead? Are brick and mortar book shops a thing of the past? Well…. wasn’t that a total given? I’m […]

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iPhone apps I can’t live without

iPhone apps I can’t live without

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