I know I'm opening myself up to a flame war here but I'm going to come right out and say it; the Mac is just not worth the money, especially if you do most of your work in the cloud. There was a time when the Mac was demonstrably better at some tasks than others … Continue reading Even if you have money to burn…
Me? I'm both but although I'm an ex-Apple employee I clearly prefer Windows over Mac at this point. Here's an interesting infographic that highlights the demographics...
...on the Top 10 Tactics and Tools for Social Media. Here's my mindmap. What's missing? You can grab the map and move it around or make it full screen if that helps by using the menu bar at the bottom of the map... http://www.mindmeister.com/maps/public_map_shell/30396771?width=500&height=400&zoom=1
The beautiful view from my deck in rural northeast Wisconsin is a great reminder of the power I have to publish and promote; from anywhere to the ends of the internet! I've worked hard to develop a simple blogging workflow that can empower even the most basic computer user. I don't care if you're Mac, … Continue reading What’s holding you back?
via gizmodo.com Woot! I can't imagine what would have happened if Apple would have picked a competent partner like Sprint... Posted via web from e1evation, llc
"When the Apple Macintosh first debuted, it was thought of as the first computer that did not have or ever need a manual. In fact, it did need a manual, and an ever-growing one at that. The computer that doesn't need a manual of some sort has not yet been invented. In the case of … Continue reading There Is No Such Thing as Intuitive Technology
...then you need Pam Lefkowitz of Core Computing. "Core Computing Technologies, Inc. is a technology consulting firm specializing in Apple Computer technologies. At Core, every employee is a Certified Member of the Apple Consultants Network program. We hold more OS X Certifications than any other consulting company — including Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist, Apple … Continue reading Got Mac problems?