Daylite 3
Review

Daylite 3 is a productivity suite that can stand alone or, if desired, augment Apple’s Mail application to achieve the same kind of functionality as Entourage, namely a relational database behind calendars, contacts, projects, tasks, appointments, and notes. In a complex business environment this is an important addition to a the simple, currently available e-mail programs for Mac OS X.

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The Software of the MyMac Writers

Tim Robertson and I thought it would be fun and maybe even a little informative to build a table of the favorite software each MyMac writer uses. I sent out a query, and the tables below show the results for the authors who were available to respond.

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Tools and Techniques to Manage Safari Bookmarks

I have acquired some interesting tools and techniques that help me manage Safari bookmarks. Everyone has their own methods, but perhaps you’ve overlooked some of the things I do, and they’ll make Safari more fun. Mixing and matching tools, after all, is the name of the game.

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HiFi-Link for iPod nano
Review

Powered dock, remote control, and cables that provide an audio connection for an iPod nano to anything from powered speakers up to a top-of-the-line surround sound system. Also provides iPod charging.

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Sailing Home


His five-year mission is over, and he has a story to tell you. The return of John Martellaro.

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Michael Bartosh

There are many people who have known and worked with Michael Bartosh in the last six years. I was just one of them. I

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MacBook: First Reaction

I played with a MacBook over the weekend. I was prepared to be skeptical of the glossy screen. I ended up liking it a

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Apple’s BSD Unix vs. Linux

There is a very, very interesting and educational article I want to draw your attention to. Dan Eran over at Roughly Drafted has written

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Critiquing Apple’s TV ads

Today, two very different critiques were published about Apple’s new “Get a Mac” TV campaign. The first was done by Mac World UK. In

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The Blu(e) Ray of Death

I was going to write a blog on why, very recently, I’ve begun to suspect that Blu-Ray is going to lose to HD-DVD. What

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Movie Download Services

From this article: http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/internet/04/03/dvd.downloads.ap/index.html it appears to me that the movie studios (except Disney) have gone off and struck a deal that gives them

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Microsoft and Vista Problems

I wrote a few weeks back that Vista’s delay would likely not produce any measurable increase in Apple’s market share. And yet, I believe

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Bandwidth and Subculture

I have been brooding, as I know Beth Lock has, about the frenzy of Internet publishing. What’s fueling this, of course, is massive bandwidth

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Life as a Mountain

I am writing this after returning from a week-long ski trip to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. My wife and I have taken this annual vacation

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