The Apple Store: Bad Customer Service at Your Local Mall

I have always taken pride in being a member of the 3.5-5% minority group known as Mac users. I found out this weekend one of …(read more)

The Best of the Web for iPod Users

Have an iPod? Check. Have a Mac with iTunes? Check. Use the iTunes Music Store? Check. Now what do you do? The following is a …(read more)

The Declaration of Independence from OS9

With the upcoming July 4th celebration here in the United States, I thought I would share with you some of my thoughts. I present to …(read more)

The iPod Nation and the iPod Nod of Approval

You know you do it. I find myself doing it all the time. I’m talking about the glance you take when walking by someone else …(read more)

What Panther Has Fixed

AppleMatters has written six pieces on “What Panther Should Fix”. After seeing the prerelease information that Apple released this week at the World Wide Developers …(read more)

The New G5: Speed Is Good, Ugly Is Bad

This is a new era for Apple. Gone are the days when we have to say to PC users, “it may not be faster but …(read more)

The Calm Before the 64-bit Storm

The Mac web is in a frenzy. Reseller channels are practically empty. Mysterious boxes are showing up at stores under heavy security. We are all …(read more)

Bye Bye Internet Explorer, And Thank-You

Much as we’d all like to think that as Apple users we can ignore what goes on in Redmond we can’t. And what has happened …(read more)

Why OS X Is Better Than OS 9, Reason Six: Column Views

Once you get used to working in column views in OS X nothing is better. It is a way of viewing files that is set …(read more)

What Panther Should Fix: Part Seven, Shut Me Down

Maybe it’s because I never shut down my machine in OS 9 because it always did it for me by crashing but something big has …(read more)

The Case For The iPhone

Now that Apple is no longer just in the Macintosh business, (much to AppleMatters approval) thanks to the iPod, it is time to branch out …(read more)

Why OSX is better, reason 5: No Chooser

When the first Mac came out about the only thing you could print to was the imagewriter. That wonderful hunk of dot-matrix technology was activated …(read more)