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Hello Google Chromium for Mac

We’ve been waiting and waiting for Google Chrome to come out for the Mac and, unfortunately, we have to wait some more. Unless, that is, you are adventurous. If you are, you can download Google Chromium; the development version of Google Chrome for Mac. The good news here is that Google Chromium works pretty well. […]

Bathroom Remodel – From Ok to WOW!

We recently had our downstairs bathroom remodeled by Anthony Raduenz Specialty. It was a small bathroom but one that we used quite often. We were worried about grout coming out from in-between the shower tiles and the shower floor also coming apart. We didn’t even know about the tons of mold we had too. Anthony […]

14 Mac Only Twitter Applications

There are no shortage of Twitter applications out there. Each client seems to have a slightly different feature set too. I’ve tried a lot of them and below is a list of good Twitter applications that have been built for the Mac.  No Adobe Air suggestions here, and most are available only on the Mac. […]

Get Quick Updates On All Your Favorite Social Sites With Fluid

If you’re anything like me, you have more than a few social networks you are a part of. Keeping up with all those networks can be hard too. However, with the Mac app Fluid you can create multi-site menu bar applications for quick and easy access. What I have setup is Facebook mobile, Weather Underground […]

Backblaze Lets You Forget About Backing Up – It’s That Easy

I’ve been thinking about getting an online service to backup my computer for a while now, however most services made the plans confusing, didn’t have a Mac client, or had price levels that just made it more than I wanted to spend. However, I signed up for Backblaze and it’s been wonderful ever since. I […]

My First Apple App Store Purchases

I was excited to see iTunes 7.7 this morning and then TUAW tipped us off as to how to get into the App Store. Excited to check it out, I found a few free applications and downloaded them. Nothing to exciting but the Remote application does let me control iTunes or Apple TV (if I […]

Plurk in a Twitter World & Why I Prefer Plurk

I’m a big fan of Plurk, a micro blogging platform, that is often compared to Twitter.  It has basically taken me away from Twitter by fixing some of my big Twitter concerns.  The more I use Plurk, the more I realize how many limitations and issues Twitter currently has. Here are a few reasons why […]

WALL•E Comes to a Firefox Theme

While browsing through the Mozilla Addons site yesterday I came across the official WALL•E Firefox theme! Unfortunately the theme is Windows only. However, with a bit of investigating, I was able to extract the jar file and install it on my Mac. The theme is pretty good. WALL•E is a bit hard to see behind […]

8 Things That Baffle Me About My iPod Touch

I’ve been an iPod Touch owner since Christmas and I’ve been very happy.  However, there are still a few things that I just don’t quite get.  Maybe someone can help explain. Coverflow – It’s a really sweet feature, but the album art seems to only match the song that was playing when Coverflow as activated. […]

Welcome WordPress 2.5 And The Awesome Admin

I took the jump and have upgraded to WordPress 2.5. On the outside, there aren’t any visible differences. Well, if you see any bugs, let me know. The admin side however is completely re-vamped and so nice! There are so may things to talk about that I just don’t have time right now to go […]