To help you get the most out of your mac!
In: Uncategorized31 Jul 2007
Have you ever noticed how freaked out relatives get when you email them high-res photos from your six- or eight-meg digital camera? For example, your grandmother in Minnesota may not have Photoshop CS2, and so dealing with that 26MB, 41-inch-wide photo you shot with your eight-meg camera might put a strain on her system. That’s [...]
In: Uncategorized24 Jul 2007
Spotlight is a state of the art desktop search engine. I use it all the time to lookup files that I want to open. But many times I just want to locate a file without opening it. Spotlight can help you find the location of a file without having to open it. Instead of trying [...]
In: Uncategorized17 Jul 2007
If you’re working in a window set to Column view, you’re going to run into this all the time — files with long names have the end of their names cut off from view, because the column isn’t wide enough. That doesn’t sound like that big of a problem, until you start working with more [...]
In: Uncategorized10 Jul 2007
In the weeks since its release, I’m sure that many of you have already downloaded the new beta version of Safari. Today I’m going to take you through a side by side comparison of the two in giving you a better understanding of them and letting you make the choice of which one you would [...]
In: Uncategorized4 Jul 2007
And Jon Lech Johansen did it again. He created a work-around to active your iPhone for iPod, PDA and WiFi use. This came just a few days after the launch of the iPhone as an Independence Day celebration. As Jon claims in his blog, the unlocked iPhone will not be able to make and receive [...]
The outside of the box said "Windows base machine or better", so I bought a Mac.