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Using Syncplicity and Dropbox to put Google Docs on your desktop

January 18, 2011

One of the biggest contributors to e-mail clutter are those messages you hang onto not because you need to read them (again) but because they are acting as de facto task reminders. Indeed, many of these implicit tasks don’t need to hit your inbox in the first place: with a better workflow, you can ensure [...]

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9 ways social media can support your creativity

January 18, 2010

Creativity often demands social connection: for support, for feedback, for collaborators. Social media can help.

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Part 4: My $400 MacBook Air Light

October 3, 2009

Living with a hacktintosh: the pros and cons of my newly Macified HP Mini 1000.

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Making a Mac netbook, Part 3: How to migrate your current Mac setup to your new Mac netbook

October 1, 2009

You can get up and running with your hacktintosh a lot more quickly if you make smart use of Apple’s migration manager to copy data, applications and settings from your existing Mac.

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The 9 software choices every Mac user needs to make

May 23, 2009

Choosing the right applications for your Mac often feels like a choice between these two different identities: the choice between a shiny, stylin’ Mac-specific app, and an often less-shiny, cross-platform-compatible alternative. Here are my recommendations on the key software choices for every Mac user.

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3 tips to make better use of the Firefox browser

March 31, 2009

It turns out that a great source of insight on how to make effective use of Firefox is….Firefox.

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