Mac OS X welcome videos Paid Members Public
I miss these: [h/t [512 Pixels](https://512pixels.net/2016/12/mac-os-x-welcome-videos/)]
Into Yosemite Paid Members Public
Oh, and I’m now working full-time in the new Mac OS version: Yosemite [https://www.apple.com/uk/osx/preview/]. It probably won’t be released to the public until after Thursday’s Apple event, but the public beta is now essential at Gold Master, and the version I’
My first Mac: 1991 Paid Members Public
Talking about your first Mac is A Thing right now. It’s because it’s the Mac’s 30th anniversary [http://gigaom.com/2014/01/24/apple-celebrates-30th-anniversary-of-mac-with-video-and-redesigned-homepage/] , and everyone’s getting terribly excited about the whole thing. I can’t claim to have been a Mac user for 30 years.
At 5.45am Paid Members Public
I’d been awake for about 20 minutes before my iPhone blared into life; Wake Up Boo filled the bedroom, and I leapt off the bed to switch it off before my wife woke. As is my habit, I flicked the phone off airplane mode, and gave my e-mails a
My New App Obsession Paid Members Public
![Day One app in use](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com//Screen shot 2011-04-01 at 13.44.24.png "Screen shot 2011-04-01 at 13.44.24.png") Day One [http://dayoneapp.com/] is an app for iPhone and Mac. I blame @megpickard [http://www.megpickard.com/] for introducing me to this via
One Man's Tour of the Web Paid Members Public
I’ve had a rather large number of tabs open in Firefox for two days now, waiting for me to get around to blogging about them. You know what? It’s not going to happen. And so, inspired by the good Mr Micklethwait [http://www.brianmicklethwait.com/index.php/weblog/
links for 2006-08-30 Paid Members Public
* [Corporate PodCasting Options at Like It Matters](http://www.brianoberkirch.com/?p=192)A useful round-up of commercial podcast and videocast hosting options(tags: [pocasting](http://del.icio.us/adders/pocasting) [hosting](http://del.icio.us/adders/hosting) [corporate](http://del.icio.us/adders/corporate)) * [Yahoo! Publisher Network](http://publisher.
On Being British Paid Members Public
Why are we so ashamed to be British? Is it some form of post-colonial guilt? Do we still agonise about the empire-building activities of our great, great grandparents? Are we just influenced by the fact that the extreme right has done its level best to claim the Union flag for