For the Stalker in your Life: AT&T FamilyMap

For the Stalker in your Life: AT&T FamilyMap
If there’s one word that you could use to describe me, it’s paranoid. I freak out a little bit when I don’t know where people are, particularly loved ones and family members. If I can’t get ahold of my wife on my phone, I instantly think the worst and assume she’s dead on a freeway Read more…

Logitech Control Center Updated for Snow Leopard

Logitech Control Center Updated for Snow Leopard
Ever know someone who just wasn’t satisfied with status quo? If you didn’t, let me introduce you to someone. Me. Last week I wrote about the Microsoft Notebook Mouse, and about how my free score was finally making me happy with my mouse situation. Thing is, there’s a bit more to the story. let me Read more…

Win $10 Large from Apple

Win $10 Large from Apple
Ever sat around with a bunch of friends and said, “Hey, what would you do if you had $1 million right now?” Then everyone says they’d buy this car, or this house, and then one jerk says something stupid like “cure cancer,” so you kick him out of the room and make fun of his Read more…

Decode Lossless Files with XLD

Decode Lossless Files with XLD
The truth is, I never thought I would file this under Apps I Can’t Live Without- I don’t really consider myself an “audiophile”. It was the Husband who turned me on to the joys of lossless music, and let me tell you, hearing Yo-Yo Ma play Bach Cello Suite No.1 without quality loss (which is Read more…

iPad Accessories on My Wishlist

iPad Accessories on My Wishlist
Because it’s a known fact that I’m an Apple fangirl, many people feel it’s their duty to let me know that they won’t be buying the iPad. That’s fine with me- people can certainly choose not to buy Apple’s latest product. But I’m not one of those people. In fact- and this is a wee Read more…

Dinosaurs Devour the iPhone

Dinosaurs Devour the iPhone
Sink your all too pointy teeth into the “DINOSAURS: American Museum of Natural History Collections” App. Since their extinction, these magnificent creatures have never looked so lively! The American Museum of Natural History has provided their unbelievable assortment of world-renowned dinosaur exhibits, research and pictures, and now they have projected it all onto one free Read more…

SpeakingFox for Firefox

While I do like Safari, as a web developer it’s just more practical for me to use Firefox. Plus, I get to use all these cool extensions! Like this one: SpeakingFox is a Firefox add-on that does one thing, and very well. It allows you to convert text in your browser to audible speech. Safari Read more…

Project 365 Shoots the iPhone

Project 365 Shoots the iPhone
What did you do last Monday? Really, you don’t remember, do you? Well you would if you used the “Project 365” App! Don’t waste the days! I often cannot recall what I did even yesterday, so this free application for the iPhone is a no brainer. The ingenious and innovative “Project 365” application creates a Read more…

Review: Logitech USB Desktop Microphone

Review: Logitech USB Desktop Microphone
A few weeks ago, I was asked to do an interview for a podcast (iTunes link), which we were going to do over Skype. This was my first interview, and i didn’t want to come off sounding like a muppet on crystal meth, so I decided to head out to my local Fry’s Electronics and Read more…

Review: iMo Pivot Touch USB Monitor

Review: iMo Pivot Touch USB Monitor
A few weeks back, I started researching alternative monitor solutions for my MacBook Pro. I have a 23-inch Dell monitor on my desk connected via the Mini DisplayPort adaptor, but if I wanted an additional monitor, I didn’t think I had any options. I discovered iMo, and after a few e-mails, they sent me one Read more…