It happens a couple times a year and next week will be a big Mac week. Why? MacWorld January 10-14 in San Francisco! The rumor sites are buzzing about all the new possibilities. There is iWork – like Microsoft Office only made by Apple, Asteroid – some audio interface to use with garage band, the […]
Lately I’ve been running a version of Firefox optimized for the G5. [updated link] Now I’m not sure exactly how this works. Someone re-builds Firefox from the source given out by Mozilla. (it is open source so it’s free) Then then change some code to take advantage of the G5 processor. While in there, they […]
I’m on the lookout for some good software to create site maps. Either computer based or internet based. You’d think it’d be easy enough for a program to spider a site and output the list of URLs with titles, however I’m having a hard time finding something that’s easy to use and works well. Any […]
How about walking into an Apple store and seeing a new Mac for less than the cost of the top of the line iPod? It could be possible. The idea is to take an iMac G4, chop off the head and charge half as much. Meaning a price around $500? Possibly a box that is […]
Apple has taken down it’s iPod and iMac filled homepage and put up information on how we can help out the survivors of the Indian Ocean Tsunamis.
Apple has released the top 100 albums and songs sold on iTunes in 2004. Check them out and download your favorite tracks today!
Who is on the cover of January’s edition of Mac Fan Magazine? It’s Godzilla. However on page 21, half way down and on your left is me! They did a section on holiday stuff for your Mac and they put in my TwistMas theme! Just so you know, Mac Fan is a Japanese magazine so […]
Today Mozilla announced the availability of Thunderbird 1.0. This standalone email application is a great alternative to Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Apple’s Mail.app or Eudora. Thunderbird is a free download and comes packed with many features including labels, junk mail filters, HTML mail composition, smart folders, message encryption, digital signing, message grouping (threading), great search […]
Well the rumors are flying. IBM is looking to get rid of their PC division some claim that they may the buy Apple. I don’t think anyone buys Apple. If anything they’ll partner but I doubt that happen as Apple has high standards and I think Steve Jobs is a control freak. In a good […]