Google Chrome for Mac – An Early Look

By this point Google Chrome is old news since it’s been out for months. At least for Windows users it has anyway. For Google, releasing Chrome in a Mac compatible version hasn’t been much of a priority. With a few glaring exceptions, these days most companies have moved away from treating Mac users like inconvenient… Read More »

Mac Friday – Easily Protect and Remember Web Passwords with 1Password

I have an insane number of website accounts and profiles to keep track of. It goes with the territory of one who makes his living in the virtual world. Between my own profiles on dozens of social media sites, various email accounts, the blogs I own, banking and online bill paying sites, web hosting accounts,… Read More »

Mac Friday – Screenshots

Screenshots. No, we’re not talking about the big guy on the right here spraying gobs of bullets on the silver screen, as entertaining as that is. A screenshot is simply a way to capture what you are looking at right now on your computer screen so you can use it later, or share it with… Read More »

Mac Friday: Choosing a Web Browser

Switching to Mac has had some challenges. Most of them are fairly minor. For example, what web browser is the best one? That’s a question that can spark some heated debate depending on what circles you ask it. Wanna have fun at a tech-geek gathering? Ask it to a group of Mac users and then… Read More »

Mac Friday – 3 August 2007

Well it’s now been about 2 weeks since my Mac Mini arrived. And things are going well. I overheard Gorgeous telling a friend that she doesn’t hear grumpy noises eminating from my office anymore. I take that as a good sign things are going well. Before I got the Mac I was at the point… Read More »

Mac Friday – 27 July 2007

Well it’s now been a week since my new Mac Mini arrived and I thought I’d share a few things about the whole experience with y’all. Dang that Mac is Small! The very first thing Gorgeous and I couldn’t help but notice is that the stinking thing is small. I mean really small. We’re talking… Read More »