A week or two ago, Google Reader was completely redesigned. At the time, I was using NewsFire, a very solid newsreader for OS X. However, there were many minor quirks that got to me. The new Google Reader resolved those quirks. I cannot get enough of it now. What do I love about the new […]
I just placed an order for a laptop stand called the iLap. It has gotten stellar reviews everywhere I have looked, including one from Alex King. Why am I getting this? While my Macbook by no means is burning hot, it does get very warm and sometimes toasty. Forget about putting it on your lap […]
A week ago the Windows machine decided that it was a good time for its hard drive to die. I lucked out and was able to get the data off of the drive before it passed the point of no return. Since then, I have worked hard on implementing a nightly backup strategy for both […]
I have decided to embark on a test of epic proportions. For the next month, I am going to use exclusively one web browser per week on my Mac. At the end of each week, I will do a write-up on my experiences with the web browser I used, the pros/cons, and whether I would […]
So last night at around midnight, Katie’s Toshiba laptop (which was my laptop until I switched to Macs full-time back in April) decided to freeze and give a very nice blue screen. I should have wrote it down, but the blue screen looked really really bad. As if something was wrong with one of the […]
A MIT student brings together partying and complete utter geekness into one.
Stopdesign has a bunch tips for Google Calendar users.
Ed Bott is reporting that some customers of American Express have experienced a new type of phishing that at least I haven’t seen yet. It looks like it is some type of spyware/malware on a computer that recognizes when you visit a site like American Express. Extremely scary and I cannot imagine how many people […]
Check out Google Calendar! It is live and works extremely well in my 10 minutes of testing. It really feels like what a calendar application should feel like. Easy to use, simple, yet powerful if you want it to be.
Well everyone is doing them, so I might as well join in… Apple will come out with at least one Intel laptop in January and will completely switch to an Intel-based lineup by Fall 2006. Firefox will reach 15% of the browser market. I will not get in 1 car accident in 2006. I already […]