OtterBox for iPhone
Review

I’m happy to find an iPhone case I can recommend. The OtterBox from Otter Products is a stylish, rugged product that looks like it ought to be on the hip of an architect at a work site.

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The Case for Cases


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…

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Mac Simple 1
Making a Signature for Your eMail

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!

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iPhone + AT&T: Secrets and Surprises

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!

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Thoughts on Safari 3 Beta

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.)

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Steam for the Mac

This is short and not so sweet. The Mac-centric press has been all over the fact that Steam is now available for the Mac.

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Cookies? Yes, please.

As a registered old phart, I am constantly surprised at the way people get their knickers in a knot about cookies, sharing social network

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Dan’s iPad Review

What IS the iPad? Simply, it’s an iPod Touch on steroids. Who will like it? There is a separate class of user for whom

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The iPad

Guy Serle has a good article here on the iPad today, and covers lots of reasons why we agree that Apple has another hit.

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What Computerworld Didn’t Say

On Computerworld’s website today (March 12) they said the following: Nine of the 16 flaws patched Thursday were in the open-source WebKit browser engine

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Wishing Steve (and us) Well

Steve Jobs has announced he will be taking a “medical leave of absence” until June. You and I can batten down the hatches for

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