Posts Tagged ‘software’

Quicken Essentials for Mac

I eagerly mounted the install volume when I returned from work for the day. My mission: install Quicken Essentials for Mac. I’ve been using Quicken for Mac for some time. Quicken has never been the most aesthetically pleasing application by any reach of the imagination, but it has always done what I’ve required of my [...]

An Appeal to iPhone Developers

Usually I’m throwing stories into the whiner category about someone whining about something. Today, I’m whining. This is an appeal to iPhone app developers. When you create a paid version of a program you have previously offered for free, feel free to grab my settings from the previous version I have already installed.

OmniWeb Set Free

My one-time favorite Mac web browser is now free. It was my favorite until I waited those 12 historic hours to lay my hands on one of the first iPhones. Then bookmark syncing between the browser on my iPhone and my desktop overuled any loyalty I had for OmniWeb.I started using OmniWeb during my OSX [...]

Experiments with the App Store

A nice experiment was had over at appcubby. This has been one of the main guys complaining about the way Apple’s App Store operates. Reading his little experiment, you get the impression that he has created quite a few awesome applications for the iPhone platform. He continues to explain that he decided to lower the [...]

The Expo that wasn’t

The Macworld Expo is going on this week, and Apple’s Keynote Presentation, normally delivered by Dear Leader himself, was in a word: lame. Lamest. Expo. Ever. No wonder Steve didn’t want to give that presentation. How could he possibly follow other keynotes with one that announces updates to iLife and iWork? Think about the past [...]