Changing Tactics: Why You’ll Love a Mac

Changing Tactics: Why You'll Love a Mac
Well, it seems like our days of seeing Justin Long and John Hodgman play dueling computers may have finally come to an end. Apple seems to have removed the popular “I’m a Mac” line of advertisements from their site, and replaced them with this new bit of marketing: Why You’ll Love a Mac. I’m not Read more…

Steam for the Mac Live Now

Steam for the Mac Live Now
Got a Mac? Of course you do, that’s why you’re reading this site. I don’t know what I could’ve been thinking. My apologies. I’ll go ahead and show myself out. Anyways, yesterday Steam for the Mac went live. You may wonder why I didn’t report about this yesterday when it was new and topical, but Read more…

That’s Why I Use a Mac

That's Why I Use a Mac
“PC load letter? What the f*** is that?” Ever since my wife had our child back in February, she’s been staying at home taking care of the little guy. OK, technically, she’s been staying at home since she was laid off in October, but that’s neither here nor there. Last week she got a call Read more…

Tweetie – Quick and Easy Twitter Client for the Mac

Tweetie - Quick and Easy Twitter Client for the Mac
Last year, I got into the MacHeist bundle and picked up Twitteriffic along the way. Almost instantly, it pissed me off. The interface was annoying, hearing the little tweet reminder got irritating, and I hated how new windows would pop up behind others. I ended up taking it off my dock and forgetting about it. Read more…

MacHeist Returns

MacHeist Returns
The great thing about owning a Mac is the amount of indie developers out there putting out quality apps. MacHeist has been capitalizing on that concept for the past few years, offering a bundle of big apps for one low price. The catch here is the teaser, where there are at least one or two Read more…

$40 Billion Liquid – Additional Thoughts

$40 Billion Liquid - Additional Thoughts
A few days ago, I wrote a post about Apple’s quarterly earnings call. I’ve been thinking a lot about that big number – $40 billion – and what it really means for Apple. I think the truly telling part about it though I already put in that first post. Jobs said that the money provides Read more…

Join the Herd: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Announced

Join the Herd: Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac Announced
One of the first things I did when I bought my first mac in 2006 was to get Microsoft Office 2004. It was my futile way of clinging onto my Windows XP past, while stepping into the future. I eventually purchased Office 2008, and sure, it’s pretty, but it’s got more problems. Fact is, if 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…

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…

Fancypants Browser – Firefox Adds Personas

Fancypants Browser - Firefox Adds Personas
File this one under: “I don’t know how I missed this, and it’s probably old news.” I was working online the other day, while my wife was sitting at the next desk over, working on installing Windows 7 onto her Dell (FYI: it took her 4 hours to do it, and she spent a good Read more…