Adventures with Retrobright

If you have a computer from the 80’s, chances are it has yellowed with age. But what if there was a proven method to reverse the yellowing process? It turns …

 
Automation with Keyboard Maestro

It’s no secret. I find repetitive tasks mind-numbingly boring, especially when I’m using my Mac. Among my many duties as a professor, I spend a considerable amount of my time …

 
Code for Sport Window Decals Need You!

For programming gurus only: I have a limited stock of “Code for Sport” window decals available for sale. Only $5 plus free shipping in the US. (Sorry, the iPod is …

 
Enter the Mac IIci

Macs were huge on our campus when I attended college in the early 90’s. I remember stopping by the computer store at our University Center, face at the window, staring …

 
Six Things Yiynova Needs to Do to Beat Wacom

Almost everyone knows that Yiynova beats Wacom hands-down when it comes to their pricing and customer support. But it’s time for the company to up the game and go head-to-head …

 
A Few Updates

It’s been a very busy start to 2016 for me. As I mentioned earlier, the bulk of my time is spent teaching between two colleges. Due to the increased workload, …

 
Pixar in a Box

There’s a ton of work that goes behind the scenes in making a 3D animated film, as evidenced by any post-film credits roll. But if you want to know more …

 
Review: MOS Magnetic Organizing System for Cable Management

I have a few pet peeves with technology, and cables that precariously dangle off my desk is one of them. In an effort to cross that peeve off my list, …

 
Review: Chargepoint for Electric Vehicles

After leasing a Nissan Leaf for the past year and a half, I’ve gone from being an electric vehicle skeptic to a full blown convert. I love my Nissan Leaf. …