FLAC on the Mac â€” A brief summary of digital audio/music file formats/types This article covers the most common digital audio file types. IRead More
Category: Original Blog
Secure Better, Not Harder – Part Two – Secure Passwords
[Updated on September 21, 2015 – Editor] When you keep your software up to date, back your data up regularly, and maintain constant vigilance,Read More
Secure Better, Not Harder – Part One – Anti-Virus?
We all care about security, and we try to protect ourselves in various ways. Some of the things we do are utterly ineffective,Read More
Are We There Yet? – WWDC Perspective 2015
Here we are with another Apple WWDC Keynote under our belts and we are all trying to take in, evaluate and ponder what AppleRead More
Jackie Richards Tribute
MyMac contributor Jackie Richards died recently. She was a close friend to SuzÃ©, Nemo, and many of our friends and family members. Jackie contributedRead More
Survival Straps – Energizer or ExposÃ©?
Survival Straps – Energizer or ExposÃ©? Having trouble sleeping? Feeling stiff from too many hours sitting in front of a computer? Howâ€™s your energyRead More
There’s an app for that. Or so I’ve heard and seen.
Billy Borradaile’sÂ pertinent entry in his Thing of Purpose weblog: Every time I looked out of the window the evening light looked even more tempting.Read More
Apple Products in 2013 â€” The Elephant in the Room
With the barrage of products Apple released at the end of 2012, we have to wonder what Tim Cook and company have in storeRead More
Is it time for Apple to be split up?
Every time a company gets very big, the question arises as to whether it is time to split the company up. The question hasRead More
An Average* User Upgrades to Mountain LionUser Report
By occasional contributor to MyMac.com, Susan Klement Iâ€™m not what you would call a power user of my MacBook but Iâ€™m always intrigued byRead More
Do Apple’s Education Announcements Pave the Way for the ePad?
Apple’s January 19th education event brings the iPad to the forefront as an educational tool to replace textbooks and classroom computers. Â Apple is onceRead More
2012 Macworld | iWorld: Day 4 â€“ Larry’s Closing Remarks
Once again, Tim, Guy, Tom, and I trudged down to MyMac.com Central (yeah, Melâ€™sâ€¦) for another tasty breakfast. We were joined by Owen Rubin,Read More
Macworld Expo 2012 – Day 3: Half Full or Half Empty?
Wednesday morning marked another fine breakfast at, yes, you guessed it, Melâ€™s Diner. Itâ€™s good, wholesome (fattening) food, well-prepared, and reasonably priced. What moreRead More
Day Two: The Show Opens
Thursday started with the traditional MyMac.com breakfast at Melâ€™s Diner. From there, we walked to Moscone West and set up camp in the mediaRead More
Macworld | iWorld Day One
I got in to San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon following a lovely flight. I had accumulated a sufficiently large number of miles thanks toRead More
Secure Your Wireless Routers
Consider the Consequences
While editing an industry newsletter related to Wi-Fi security issues, I recently encountered several news articles that pointed to the same dire message: IfRead More
MyMac.com’s very own John Nemo dared me to blog by sending me a link to an article in the New York Times about someoneRead More
Apple has a 10 billionth app sold contest and I’m going to WIN!
OK, Apple is running a new contest. The person to download the 10 billionth app will receive an iTunes gift card worth $10,000. Obviously Iâ€™M going to win this contest so no one will need to bother to even consider their worthiness. Why am I so confident? Itâ€™s all in the math baby!Read More
Apple’s Mac App Store: A First Look from a Skewed Perspective
When I first heard about Apple’s Mac App Store my initial impression was this was going to be ANOTHER add-on to iTunes which needed it as much as a hole in the head.Read More
Why Apple Support is number 1
I’ve been having a problem with my Apple Bluetooth keyboard, or so I thought. After I purchased my Mac Pro last month, I hadRead More