Category Archives: Mac software

Debian Linux Saves Me Serious Money Verses a New iMac

The view into iMac land is a little hazy looking forward these days. My beloved, at least eight year old iMac is becoming a one program at a time computer. I think Apple has allowed their software to become so … Continue reading

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Think Your Web Browsing is Really Private? Think Again

How anonymous is your private web browsing? I thought I had all the reasonable requisite Add-ons to keep me fairly anonymous on the Web. Then I read a comment in an article about a file named: ‘machine-id’ which holds all … Continue reading

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Copy like a Power User – Mac

In the past when I only used Linux, I always kept backups of my hard drive. The easiest and safest way at that time was to copy everything to another hard drive. There were programs that could be used, but … Continue reading

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Names, Dates, and Notes in one place

This is primarily a how to for creating a simple yet powerful name, address, phone numbers, and dates database using a mac. If you use a Windows or Linux based computer, you can follow along substituting a favorite program. If … Continue reading

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Mac Note Taking Made Easy

As with almost any OS, there are any number of note taking applications for Mac. Here are three note taking applications I use almost exclusively. I would not be happy if I had to stop using any one of them. … Continue reading

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