I can’t explain it, what this is. Apple calls it magical, I tend to agree. I was thinking of my first computer, then thinkingRead More
My nine year old grandson won a refurbished iPod shuffle for reading the most books in his class by the end of the schoolRead More
A product as elegant and intuitive as the iPad shouldn’t need a manual, but J.D. Biersdorfer makes short work of that premise with this new title in the missing manual series.Read More
iPad Bubble Sleeve SRP: $49.99 Squish Skin SRP: $39.99 Company: Hard Candy Cases http://www.hardcandycases.com/ Hard Candy Cases have carved a niche in the highlyRead More
Quicken Essentials is easy to use, easy to understand, and functional. I’m really delighted to learn that Intuit developed Quicken Essentials from the ground up for Macintosh OS X. Typically accounting and money programs are first developed for a Windows operating system. It’s quite nice to have simple yet effective financial management software that isn’t bloatware.
Crafting has been a part of my life since the first "paint by numbers" kit I got for Christmas when I was a kid. There was a time in my mid twenties when I was hooked on assembling Radio Shack kits. I’ve embroidered, knitted, crocheted, beaded, and made doilies and jellies and jams. Naturally I was drawn to this title, wanting to see what the future of crafting is all about.
As a long time Mac user, the decision to install Windows on my new Intel based iMac was one of the scariest I’ve ever had to make. I used Dwight Silverman’s book Running Windows on your Mac to make the installation and set up, while not quite a breeze, (it is Windows after all), at least bearable.
Since MYOB has a new version of the software, I thought this would be a good time to take a look at what other accounting programs for Macintosh were being offered. I was surprised to see three other robust programs available. I know that MYOB maintains a commitment to continue to develop for the Macintosh platform.
The decorating and shopping are all done now. I managed to save the Christmas tree by adding green mini-lights strung inbetween the strands ofRead More
OK, it’s time for my annual diatribe against icicle lights. The new neighbor across the road put his up Thanksgiving weekend. They are theRead More
I like reading the obituaries in the daily paper. It’s amazing what people was say about their dearly departed loved ones. One of today’sRead More
I knew instinctively this was something different, something I’d not seen before on the now almost predictable internet. The notice at the bottom of the screen that was loading said Total Running Time: 8:06. "Ruthie!" I yelled to my office mate across the hall, "I’m going to be busy for the next eight minutes!"Read More
He didn’t think the computer was anything at all special. Many of his toys and games are interactive. I gave him LeapPad for Christmas and he knew exactly how to use it right out of the box…Read More
Recently I had the opportunity to visit the house where I grew up. My father has lived there for forty-seven years. He bought the house and the seventeen acres it sits on in 1956 from my grandfather for seventeen thousand dollars….Read More
I was delighted when Adobe introduced InDesign. Finally, I thought, a program that will let me do everything I need without going back and forth from Quark to Photoshop.Read More
Way back in the Roman times (1999) when Y2K fears were all the rage, I switched accounting programs from Quickbooks to MYOB Accounting v.8. Intuit had been…Read More