Archive for November, 2005

I just recently found out that there are already quite a few American universities that offer their lectures and speeches as podcast or at the very least, in downloadable digital music formats. Though I’ve been listening to Stanford’s Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders podcast, it was only last night that I saw a whole lot more podcasts […]


Mac OSX Services: There’s a whole hidden side of text modification that is stashed away, yet right at your fingertips. If you go to the Application menu (if you’re in Safari, click the menu ‘Safari’) -> Services, a whole list pops down. You’ve probably disregarded this in the past (if you’ve ever seen it) because […]


A Computerworld journalist reviews the latest iMac G5, marvelling at the fact that she unpacked, set up, and made it go, all by herself. She also loves the minimalist design and the silence, both putting to shame her old computer. She likes the mouse and dismisses the attempts of some to pooh-pooh over the iMac […]


A Computerworld journalist reviews the latest iMac G5, marvelling at the fact that she unpacked, set up, and made it go, all by herself. She also loves the minimalist design and the silence, both putting to shame her old computer. She likes the mouse and dismisses the attempts of some to pooh-pooh over the iMac […]


Just came from night duty and there was no news aboard. I stumbled on Google Video of the Day or GVOD. This is a blog of funny or disturbing or funny and disturbing videos. Al Lowe’s website has a whole lot more videos compiled. With categories like Beer Ads, Cola Ads, Car Ads, and Not […]


Berislav of NonStopMac counts the ways he loves his iBook. He loves the way it looks, the things it can do, and how much more productive he is with his iBook. He claims that he is at least 50% more productive on his iBook than on his Gericom Notebook or his Compaq Tablet PC. As […]


This reminds me of the 80’s song “I heard a rumor.” Yep. I’m that old. Forget about the MacIntel or MacTel Mac minis on January 2006 at MWSF, think about something smaller and more colourful. At least that’s what Apple Insider sees for the shuffle. After reading yesterday about how the shuffle will be discontinued, […]