I'm sure you've seen Apple's new hyper-thin laptop the MacBook Air - touted the world's thinnest notebook. It's so thin it can fit in a manilla envelope. If you haven't seen the 30 second TV spot yet, check this out... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPza4iX6Sis Now that you have the background … Read more about A Great Parody of Apple’s MacBook Air
What browser do you use? Being a Mac user I hardly ever think about Internet Explorer except when I'm coding and testing websites. Primarily I use Camino (love it) and Safari (now available for Windows). Sometimes I open Firefox, though most for StumbleUpon. And I really love OmniWeb's thumbnail … Read more about Do You Still Use Internet Explorer?
Ever lose your client calendar? Well, neither had I...until Friday. By some odd combination of keystrokes, I deleted my client calendar within Apple's iCal. iCal is neat in that I can have multiple calendars that can service different puposes. I have different calendars for family, home, personal … Read more about Small Business Tips: Don't Lose Your Client Calendar
I've always loved the feeling that a good string of words can incite. Whether a quote from a speech, a line in a book or a poem, I can easily be moved into a deeply contemplative space. So it's no surprise that I love song lyrics. Don't get my wrong, I love the music behind the lyrics. But if I … Read more about Songs That Make My Heart Sing
Last week the D5 Conference wrapped up with a rare sit-down interview with both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates (full transcript). There's been a lot of posts written about the interview. Many folks have covered their relationship or the relationship between Apple and Microsoft. I watched the entire … Read more about Seeing Inside The Minds Of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates