I just recently started using Linux more then my PowerMac G4. Why? Because I have the ability to use multiple desktops and am able to switch between them quite easily. You might wonder why one would want more then one desktop or what is it means to have more then one desktop. If you’re familiar […]
On March 25th a blogger at Boakes.org wrote that he heard from a trusted source that Apple was going to celebrate its 30th birthday with an iPod which would be viewable from space. Turns out that boakes fired up Google Earth and he was able to find a viewable iPod somewhere in the wilds of […]
In honor of Apple’s 30th birthday (which is this Saturday), the San Francisco Chronicle has posted podcast interviews with some of the better known Apple-rati. I love hearing about what it was like “way back when”. I especially like hearing stories about Steve Wozniak. He just seems so approachable and real to me. The podcasts […]
Dawn D’Angelillo hosts a Girls Night Out podcast and interviews two other Small Dog women, Emily Kenyon and Holly Buttura. Topics covered are iLife making life easier in a home with a new baby and women putting Macs to use.
I recently came across a hilarious video that was compiled by a obvious Mac fan over at You Tube. It is good for a chuckle. If you’ve never visited, You Tube is an community video site which makes it super easy to share your videos. Videos can be made public or be kept private and […]
So, our Mac mini Core Solo and Core Duo demos came in yesterday. They’ll be on display in our showroom soon (in fact, Berkey’s already trying to find something interesting to do with the Mac mini Core Solo). Now, I’ve always been a die-hard Mac fan (yes, so much so that I have to “make […]
I had a customer ask me about a problem she was having with iPhoto. She told me she was trying to import a movie clip from her digital camera, 180 seconds long, into iPhoto and it wouldn’t import. However, several shorter movie clips imported with no problem. Does anybody have any ideas as to what […]
If you are looking for tips on the Adobe products included in the Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, GoLive, InDesign), you may want to check out a new podcast by Terry White. Though this podcast is geared more towards the non-professional user, there are good reviews of the new features that even professionals may find handy.
Griffin Technology has updated their PowerMate Software to version 1.6.4, making it Universal and improving compatibility. Naturally, I have to mention that the PowerMate (available in Silver or Black) is an excellent addition to an Intel Mac mini home entertainment system. Sure, the Apple Remote which is included with the Mac mini is a great […]
Google has updated the Mac OS X version of their Gmail Notifier application to a Universal Binary as well as included support for Plug-ins, new icons, and it’ll automatically notify you the next time an update is available. [Source: Official Google Blog: Mac Gmail Notifier update]