iPhoto is part of my daily life, so I was very eager to try iPhoto 09 when it was announced at Macworld in January. I’ve been testing it for a couple of days, and so far I’ve been impressed. The biggest features of iPhoto 09 include Faces (nearly automatic, seamless facial recognition and tagging of […]

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Apple quietly changed the specs of the entry-level white MacBook this morning. The upside is that it now ships with 2GB of RAM (instead of 1GB), and features NVIDIA 9400M integrated graphics with 256MB of shared DDR2 SDRAM, which is improved over the previous Intel GMA X3100 graphics. The new MacBooks ship with iLife 09 […]

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MacUpdate is at it again, offering another awesome bundle of Mac applications for only $49.99. This is $447 of software if purchased separately. Every one of these applications is highly recommended. I personally use Littlesnitch daily and Rapidweaver weekly. That’s $110 of apps right there, which I could have purchased for only $49.99 with this […]

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As some of you may have heard, Apple has this little product known as the iPhone. It seems to be selling well (at least that’s the word on the street). Currently, only Apple and AT&T are authorized dealers, plus iPhones are not yet available in Vermont (as Don has blogged about in the past, and […]

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I am glad to report that I was able to add the line of NEC projectors to our product mix for sale on our web site. NEC has many projector products ranging in price from $499 for their NP100 mobile projector, up to their top of the line NP4001 4500 Lumens professional installation projecter. What […]

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Image courtesy of blogs.sun.com. Hello fans of free software, As you may or may not know, there is a software title shared among the world of software developers that mimics Microsoft’s Office suite of software titles. This software is known as OpenOffice (due to the “open” source code policy that the many developers have stuck […]

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Today Apple released a brand new 8GB pink iPod nano, just in time for Valentine’s Day. This new iPod nano is the only pink-colored device that Apple currently offers. Pink iPods have been very popular in the past; the pink iPod shuffle sold well, while the pink iPod mini was extremely popular. More than two […]

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Updated Apple TVs were announced this week by Steve Jobs at Macworld San Francisco. Jobs prefaced the announcement by admitting that the original Apple TV failed to completely meet Apple’s goal of connecting Macs (and the content stored on them), the iTunes Store, and flat panel TVs. The biggest news is that you no longer […]

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The Safari 3 beta has been out for a couple days now and I’ve read hundreds of comments and articles about what people think about it. There’s a lot of mixed thoughts, some good and some bad. Unfortunately a lot of people do not like the beta release but I think 90% of the negative […]

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