An awesome set of photos on Flickr of the prototype MacBook 13". Interestingly, the prototype was based upon a Core Solo CPU and not the Core Duo the model shipped with.
FreelanceSwitch: In the first part of our series, Setting Up Your Business Online Without Coding, I showed you how easy it is to set up a brand new website using Squarespace that you can fully set up in as little as 30 minutes. Now that we've got a great-looking website set up, it's time to … Continue reading Blogging and promoting your online business with Squarespace
MacTuts+: AirPlay is by far one of the most popular features of the Apple TV. On iOS devices, it allows the easy streaming of audio and video to an Apple TV so that you can enjoy watching a movie on your television with friends and family. On the Mac, however, it's not as simple. In … Continue reading 5 ways to AirPlay from your Mac to your television
$199 in the Mac App Store. There's also a new iPad companion app, Logic Remote, that's free on the App Store.
We each have a Graveyard Orbit of our own. A place we put old tech to die. A closet, an attic, or an out of the way corner of the basement where retired Macs await their fate. Obsolesces, hardware failure, or the next big thing have forced them from our sides.Thomas Brand compares, almost poetically, … Continue reading Graveyard Orbit
So when are IFTTT going to start charging for their services? Seriously, it's worrying how much I rely on a service that I can't pay for.
FreelanceSwitch: Google isn't the only player in the hosted email game and another software giant looking to provide you with a hosted solution is none other than Microsoft. In this part of our series, I'll show you how to set up Microsoft's Office 365 service that provides a hosted email solution that proves an excellent … Continue reading Setting up a hosted email solution with Microsoft Office 365