Bento is a personal (as opposed to “enterprise” or networked) database that’s meant to be as easy to use as the Mac itself. New MyMac Magazine writer Mark Sealey (of MacNN and ThinkSecret fame) takes a look at the latest offering from FileMaker!
As an art teacher (formerly k-8 and now primarily high school) I am always looking for new software for the classroom, my students, or for myself. Creativity Express by Madcap Logic fits into all three of those categories. At first glance it looks like something that would be great for elementary school children. However, the more I played with it the more I saw how it could be used by older students, and by myself.
Griffin’s new case for the iPhone is supposed to be a twofer; a hard plastic case and an internal antenna that improves cell phone reception. How does it perform?Read More
The trend towards reduced documentation, especially at Apple, continues unabated. And programmer ingenuity continues to increase, with more and more features being added with each software update. Couple these two trends together, and we have today’s situation where many powerful features of software applications are hidden away, lurking behind the Option or Command keys, or buried in an obscure preference setting.
When TechTV and the Screen Savers were around I always looked forward to the segments with Bert Monroy doing a Photoshop tutorial. So, when I had the opportunity to review his new book, Photoshop Studio with Bert Monroy: Digital Painting, I jumped at it.
Omniweb is a very powerful, full-featured browser for the Mac platform. It is produced by the Omnigroup, of Seattle Washington. The Omnigroup is a company that has been with us since the days of NeXt, so they’re a long-time developer of Mac applications.
The corporate world is ready for Macs…or is it? Is Apple ready for the corporate world?? An interesting set of questions posed by PeterRead More
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Larry O’Connor, the founder of Other World Computing, joins Rich Lefko, Guy Serle, and Tim Robertson for a fun chat. David Cohen returns from a three week exile (vacation) to talk about his new AppleTV, as well as his take on the Mac Clone company that made waves while he was away. We also announce the winners of the Case-Mate.com contest from last weeks show, plus Nemo chats with a young Mac user. Read More