I’ve decided to attend my first MacWorld Expo and there is no way I’m going with my old computer bag, lugging it all over Moscone Center, cutting off circulation in my shoulder for a week. What better time than now to test a computer bag?
There are two markets for a phone case (the brand of phone is immaterial). There’s the holster; then there’s the purse model. If you’re like most men — and don’t carry a purse — you go for the holster type, which is further divided into the horizontal and vertical. As phones get bigger again thanks to increased screen size, the holster orientation becomes a factor. Read on…
Want to learn how to use your actual hand-written signature in your email? Dan’s new colume, Mac Simple, kicks off with an easy to follow how-to on just that. An ongoing series of Macintosh How-Tos. Check it out!Read More
Everyone wants to write a book that has something for everyone. This one comes close. If you use InDesign, you should have this book on your shelf.Read More
Here I sit, money in hand, ready to plunk down $499 x 2, plus buy my way out of SunCom for a hundred or two, plus sign up with AT&T for two years. I’m obligating myself for at least $2,200 EXTRA for a couple of cell phones.
Without knowing how much AT&T will charge?
Not bloody likely!Read More
I’m going to stretch my prognosticatorial wings here and write about that of which I know very little. (Yeah! I do know the sentence sucks.)Read More
Could Apple be looking at retiring the Mac mini? New writer Dan Robinson hopes not. Read to find out why.Read More
There is an Apple Store and four AT&T stores within 10 minutes of my house in south Charlotte, NC. This morning at 10 a.m.Read More
After the hoopla of iPhoneDay, exactly what happened and what did I buy? W-e-l-l-l-l The purchase experience was better and worse than I anticipated.Read More
The iPhone is everything they promised. The interface is elegant and intuitive. Everything works as well as can be expected (Including the less-than-zippy Edge.)Read More
Many states have enacted a law that I put under the heading “for your own good.” These laws are enacted by our governing bodiesRead More
From my home in Charlotte, North Carolina, MacWorld has been, if not a dream, at least a constant, nagging, unscratched itch. So this year,Read More
My Poor Feet I’m bearing up bravely, but my poor feet are gonna be a mess by Friday. If you have listened to PodcastRead More
Sensory Overload — Mainly noise. My throat is sore from trying to be heard over the din. But I’m not nearly as sore asRead More
Until I stubbed my toe on a sawed-off piece of pipe imbedded in the sidewalk, the day was going fine! It started off atRead More