Why Netflix Doesn’t Suck…
It’s time to shove some logic down the throats of the nay-sayers who are continually criticizing the recent actions of CEO Reed Hastings in regards to movie streaming website Netflix.com.
Steve Jobs: Focus on the Important
It was just announced recently that Steve Jobs officially stepped down as CEO of Apple Inc.
He’s requesting that the company keep him on as a board member and employee (http://news.cnet.com/8301-27076_3-20096895-248/steve-jobs-steps-down-from-apple/).
In light of this news, the media has focused on Steve’s health issues, the supposed plummeting of Apple’s stock (which didn’t happen, as it turns out), and the possibility that Jobs’ successor, Tim Cook, won’t be able to keep the company on the same, profitable track that it was on with Jobs behind the helm.
Mail Face-Off Redux
It wasn’t too long ago that I did a straight comparison of the latest Mac email applications, but it was lost in a catastrophic Tumblr system failure (read Epic Fail). I’d like to pay tribute to that glorious post with a new, vitalized review of the latest version of Apple Mail, along with heavy hitters Postbox, Sparrow, and Thunderbird for Mac.
These reviews were made after using each of these applications on my 15” MacBook Pro running Mac OS X Lion 10.7.1.
Gears of War for Windows FIXED
Do you like frustrations? Didn’t think so.
I’m writing this post in an effort to prevent frustrations for gamers such as myself with installing and running Gears of War for Windows under Windows 7 and above.
Due to an epic fail by Epic and/or Microsoft, Gears of War for Windows ran into some rather severe bugs in January 2009, when the game’s digital signature certificate thingy expired.
Things VS Wunderlist - Epic Conflict
I have a conflict that I’d like your help resolving:
I have and use both Things for Mac and Wunderlist for task management.
As of lately, I’ve been having a bit of trouble deciding which to use for my daily task needs.
OS X Lion, Admirable (Rant)
I’ve installed Lion and have had very few issues with it so far.
Yes, things have a changed a bit, but Apple is always headed in the direction of progress.
Being an Apple fan means accepting frequent innovations that change the way you do things.
Seriously though, we really are back in business!
I apologize for the huge delay in updating the blog since recovering the blog from the depths of the Tumblr recycle bin.
I had to do a bit of thinking to determine how often I’d actually like to update this little corner of the interwebs, and now I’ve settled on once or twice a week as time allows.
I’m going post another juicy chunk of reveling information directly after this post, so stay tuned!