Month: April 2004
BT210 Bluetooth USB Printer Adapter
The Pepsi – iTunes Debacle
Remember all the excitement back in January? Apple sites were abuzz with the semi official rumors of a killer promotion involving Pepsi, the ultimate promotion company. The deal was going to become a competition killer. All the lesser online music vendors were going to be over run by the tsunami-size wave of teenagers rushing to purchase Pepsi bottles. Well, a funny thing happened of the way to glory, the promotion fizzled for a lack of carbonation.Read More
Concord EyeQ 3341z Digital Camera
GarageBand or SoundTrack?
Which one is better? Depends on your focus. Read on!Read More
Quicken 2004 for Macintosh OS-X
Macs at Work Interview – Melissa Ulto
In the past several years, Iâ€™ve interviewed teachers, poets, cartoonists, Mac evangelists, software developers, singers/composers, military advisors, reporters and people in various different lines of work. The one thing in common for all of them was their love of their Mac.
Todayâ€™s interview is no different. The line of work is something new and different, but again, the love of the Mac is still there. Now Iâ€™m familiar with DJâ€™s but VJâ€™s… thatâ€™s a new one on me. So sit back, relax; put your feet up as I get up close with Melissa Ulto, VJ….Read More
Altec Lansing MX5021 2.1 Speaker System
The Best of The Joy of Tech
Detour Laptop Case by Timbuk2
USB 8-LED Flex Light
Appleâ€™s new In-Ear Headphones Quality Problem?
Seems the Wall Street Journal (Paid subscription required) is about two months behind in the times. They are reporting that users are returning the in-ear headphones at a high rate. (Thanks to MacMinute.com for the link.)
As it seems this is once again a hot topic, we are reposting this article from January 29th. Feel free to post your comments below the article.Read More
Mac Web Links Project UPDATE
Added new links to both the blog links and the other link sites. More soon! In the meantime, send us your links!Read More
Rocport 4 Portable FireWire/USB 2.0 Hard Drive – Review
BOOQ Laptop Sleeve Computer Cases
Apple’s Cash Cow Is Dying
What does this mean for Apple Computers? Eventually they will be a software company instead of a hardware/software company (except perhaps for Servers). Right now, their cash cow is in their most excellent and world-class hardware. But the time will come when selling their venerable and legendary OS X and media software suites (in their latest versions) will be critical to their bottom line.Read More