Mac OS X Leopard Soon Released

With well over 300 new functions in every area of the operating system, we are dealing with a major update. Unlike other Operating Systems manufacturers, Apple has long committed itself to only calling a release a major release when it IS a major improvement. 🙂

You can read more about all these improvements here: http://www.apple.com/dk/macosx/features/300.html

Special Focus on Creativity

When you go through the list it becomes rather clear that special attention has been paid towards online functionality (including iChat, Mail and Security) and being friendly towards the physically impaired by focusing on Universal Access.

The date of release is: October 26th 2007.

Good luck on enhancing your desktop experience. 🙂

Jimm’s Truly On Fire For His Mac

Sorry about the pun. 😉

I had to grab your attention, and I sure hope I did. I found Jimm Lasser’s experience with his Mac that went on fire very refreshing. You can read it right here: http://www.underconsideration.com/speakup/archives/003941.html
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Got a MacBook Pro 15″? Check This Update…

If you have one of the following four models of the 15″ MacBook Pro it might be a good idea to read this article:

  • MacBook Pro (15-inch)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch Glossy)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch Core 2 Duo)
  • MacBook Pro (15-inch 2.4/2.2GHz)

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Free Isn’t Always Best…

Most of you know I have talked very much about WordPress as the main blog software, but it never hurts to consider other options. MacJournal is one such option you can read more about here: http://www.marinersoftware.com/sitepage.php?page=85. At a price of only $34.95, and for Danes a very low price for the US dollar, that involves less than the price for a regular game for the PS2.
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iPhone: WiFi Indeed Better Than 3G – Here’s Why

When you listen to this videocast where the decision not to implement 3G support for the iPhone is explained you can truly see that Apple has again put our needs as consumers ahead of everything else.
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Amazing Resource for PDF Documents

The ultimate tool for anyone involved in online business would be to have a tool that could convert PDF documents into an editable format. That is now possible using software from Recosoft.
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Michael Robertsons Perceptions of Apple

On Michael Robertson’s blog, he just released an article entitled: “9 Things an iPhone Can’t Do” comparing it to a Nokia e61. You can read the article here: http://www.michaelrobertson.com/archive.php?minute_id=242.
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Windows Users: You CAN See What Safari Looks Like

Those readers who might still be Windows-users CAN now see what the internet browser Safari looks like, and how it works.
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My first encounter with a Mac

It actually dates back many years, but the first time I encountered a Mac was when I did a transcript of a speech up in Blentarp in Sweden. It’s in the area of SkÃ¥ne – actually a former part of the Danish empire way back… 🙂

At that time I had a PC running DOS 5.0 with the GEM desktop and a Windows 3.0 running on a 1Mb ram 286. My favourite word processing system was WordPerfect at that time.

Very Impressed

It was a bit strange for a PC-nerd to have the Apple-key – it’s use was completely unfamiliar to me. Sounds a bit strange today when you consider how the Windows key came on the scene and was accepted straight away.
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