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Mac OS X Unleashed

My new favorite book has 1,464 pages and I intend to read every bit of it… eventually. It’s called Mac OS X Unleashed by John Ray and Will C. Ray. Never has there been a book this robust for the Mac. Hell, never has there been an Operating System this robust for the Mac either. […]


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American Red Cross

I found this tech related link on MacSlash today. Apparently the American Red Cross could use some help from IT companies.


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Today was like a bizarre mixture of Christmas and the Twilight Zone for me and, as I can imagine, for a lot of other Mac users. March 24th was the day that Mac OS X, the legendary new UNIX operating system, officially showed up at my doorstep. This was also the day that the future […]


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Ripped, Mixed, and Burnt-Out Stooge

We all know Iggy Pop is a total burn-out. But would we, should we, could we love him any other way? So it seems perfect for him to make a cameo appearance, along with a rag-tag assembly of duly noted artists in an Apple commercial promoting, what else, Macs that can rip, mix, and burn […]


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Standards vs. WebTV

The Web Standard Project’s, recent Browser Upgrade Campaign is both a liberating and all too entangled dilemma for this web designer. I agree that the solution makes perfect sense for computer users and also “seems obvious in hindsight.” But what about those who are not computer users to begin with? Go to the official Browser […]

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