Steve Jobs just said the "one more thing" on WWDC 2007. Safari will run on Windows. I wondered why?? I understand iTunes runs on Windows to sell more iPods. But, why would Apple spend resources on bringing Safari to Windows? To sell the Apple experience to Windows users? It is twice as fast as IE and has more features. Much more standard compliant. It could work.
Time Machine is one of the exciting features in the upcoming new Mac OS X release Leopard. With Time Machine not only can you back up and preserve everything on your Mac — including priceless digital photos, music, movies, and documents — without lifting a finger, you can go back in time to recover anything you’ve ever backed up.
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We could go on and on about different ways to become a better designer. In fact, some of the ways mentioned in the list are more of ways to work better, rather than be a better designer, but it's a great list anyway.
So, does Bootcamp support Dvorak's story? Is this the next step towards a Windows only Mac? Or is it just Apple being awfully smart again? Not that I need Bootcamp, but it's nice to have the option. Time do the Photoshop tests! Windows in red corner vs. OS X in blue corner. Box!
For years it's been a heated debate. Is it the Mac or PC faster? With PPC and X86 to compare it was a hard task. In Photoshop tests Macs usually came out faster unless you were reading a die hard PC magazine that always managed to find a PC configuration that could beat the fastest PowerMac. Other applications varied.
You must have heard about the scandal last October when Apple was rightly accused of plagiarism because of their new iPod commercial art directed in an extremely similar way to the Lugz footwear spot from 2001. The Mac community and many geek news channels were boiling. Hundreds of posts and thousands of comments everywhere. Everyone has seen the new iPod ad.
MacWorld Expo is upon us (well, almost) - what do you think we're going to see this year? Last year we had the Mac mini and the iPod shuffle. Obviously there will be a new version of iLife (maybe with an iWeb component?) but as for the iBook above, I wouldn't bet on it :-)