Here at Small Dog, we get a many inquiries about the value of Applecare. Personally, I always recommend buying Applecare – especially for laptops. This is because MacBook and MacBook Pro repairs tend to be notably more expensive than Mac mini, iMac or Mac Pro repairs. Also, laptops tend to get more use (and abuse) […]

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The following is an article submitted by our guest blogger, Dan Wells. Here’s some info about Dan, in his own words: I just thought I’d introduce myself, as this is my first post to Barkings. I’m an ecologist, landscape photographer and Mac fanatic, living in Starksboro, teaching part-time at UVM, doing a bit of Mac […]

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You probably use your computer every day. Chances are, you may be on your computer more hours of the day than you sleep. For people who consider their computers to be extensions of themselves (a phenomenon Allen mentioned recently; see the human connection with the machine reference here.), I’ve come across a fantastic list of […]

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Sitting down in front of an Apple device, I always feel like the designers behind the hardware and software really thought things through. The system functions as it should, it has everything I need, nothing I don’t need, and is organized a logical manner. I feel as if I’ve entered an environment -a similar feeling […]

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Having recently faced the dilemma of trying to market myself as a video professional, I found that I not only need to have a demo reel, but I also need to hand out my contact info. A business card (in any profession) is a great thing to have, but how do you go about finding […]

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Credits go to Jon for pointing this out. Apparently, according to this article you can remove the Airport the card in your AppleTV and place it into a first generation MacBook Pro or MacBook. You’ll obviously have to open up your AppleTV which isn’t too hard, and also your MacBook or MacBook Pro which isn’t […]

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I’ve written about Crossover before and now it’s time to bring it up again. One of my favorite games is about to get a major update in it’s next release, Team Fortress 2. Basically it’s a capture the flag type of game with some high end graphics. I actually am participating in the beta right […]

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Though I resisted for a couple of months, I finally couldn’t stand it anymore: I had to customize the icons on my work computer. As I’ve mentioned before, It’s no secret around here that I love All Things Customized. I previously posted about tweaking your web browser, but icons are what started the obsession with […]

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BOOT CAMP BETA LICENSE EXPIRES 9/30/07; REQUIRES UPDATE. Important: This notice does not apply to customers using the latest versions of Boot Camp beta, versions 1.3 and 1.4. The Boot Camp Assistant and license for Boot Camp beta versions 1.0b through 1.2b will expire on September 30th, 2007. Expiration does not affect installed copies of […]

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