This is a list of even more software that, while not all of it is practical, is definitely cool. Check back as I may be simply updating this post when I find more cool software.
Yes, I said epic fail. Only because I suggested Growl (and consequently, GorwlMail which comes bundled) I figured I needed to write this. I just switched Gmail from POP to IMAP. IMAP allows multiple computers (or PDAs, etc.) to check the mail and sync it with the other devices. With POP the email is downloaded, and that’s it. With IMAP, for example, if I moved a message to another folder on my BlackBerry, it would be moved to that folder on my computer when I got home. With POP the message on my computer and on the internet would be where it was originally. Continue reading
People have been asking me what equipment I use for my video production. Well, here it is: Continue reading
In Part I I showed you how to get a Mac set up with dual monitors. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make your new found desktop real estate look cool. Continue reading
Almost any Mac can take advantage of dual monitors. My iMac has had dual monitors for two years, and I can’t imagine living without it. Read on to find out how to take advantage of your Mac’s video card. Continue reading
Not really new news, but Blu-Ray has officially won the format war. I, by the way, predicted that Blu-Ray would win. If you are not familiar, the format war was between Blu-Ray and HD DVD over how to store high definition movies on a DVD. Continue reading
In the course of using my Mac, I found some software products I neglected to mention last time. But, thats what addendums are for! Continue reading
A friend of mine is getting a Mac soon, and asked me what software he should get for it. I named a few applications, but that got me thinking about all the applications I couldn’t live without. There are many more applications for Mac OS X, and some of them are really cool. This list, however, is for pratical software that I use every day, or else have found it very useful when I need it.
February 15th is international “That’s what she said” day! So whenever the opportunity presents itself (or even if it doesn’t) make anything someone says into an innuendo by adding “That’s what she said.” Have fun.
Looking for a good AIM client? On a Mac, and hate iChat? Hate AIM 4.7 for Mac even more (it was released 4 years ago, after all!) Enter Adium. Adium is an open source, free, ad free, hassle free, customizable AIM, GTalk, Jabber, YIM, ICQ, .Mac, Live Journal, MSN Messenger, Bonjour, MySpace IM, Gadu-Gadu, QQ, Sametime, and Novell Groupwise compatible IM client. Continue reading