Posts Tagged: Mac

 
Review: Solid Walls

It’s taken me time to come to the realization that what I really want out of my computing experience is clarity and focus. Because I work with a myriad of …

 
What I’m Most Excited About from the WWDC 2015 Keynote

Hint: It’s not Watch 2.0. It’s not music. It’s not even iOS 9. The announcement that made me pound my fist in the air is Metal, the new underlying graphics …

 
How I Use DropZone

Like most Mac users, I have frequently used folders and files that I need immediate access to. DropZone 3, by Aptic Software, gives me that, and much more, by organizing …

 
Getting Anti-Social (again)

Erasebook. Facebook and Twitter are a huge waste of time. We all know it. While it’s difficult for me to quit these services altogether, I have made a conscious effort …

 
Review: Boom 2, the Yosemite Edition

I’m not what you call an “audiophile”, but I know what my ears like. Both my Macs have external speakers attached. My Retina Macbook Pro has its output going to …

 
The Yosemite Clean Install

My early 2008 model Mac Pro has run every version of OS X from Leopard (10.5) on up. It’s served me well for many years, but lately it started acting …