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Blind Carbon Copy

I love using Apple’s Mail application. I have been using it for years and it has developed into a very sophisticated program. If I could use it at work I…

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G4 Conundrum

Having recently written about when to buy a new Mac is very timely. As you know I am using a 5 year old G4 1.4 DP tower. A few weeks…

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OnyX

In the previous article I mentioned a great utility application, OnyX from Titanium Software. I talked about fixing some odd application behavior which occurs after OS updates by using the…

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Tiger Cache

One thing that I have noticed, doing as many OS update installs as I do, is the amount of problems that seem to pop up after the install. There can…

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A New Mac?

I have been a Mac nerd since 1987. Yes, I am that old. I have purchased several Macs over the years and the buying experience is always the same. When…

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Transmit

In my previous article I talked about using FTP to do the heavy lifting when it comes to moving files. I mentioned a FTP program called Transmit. I have been…

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Moving Files With FTP

Typically people transfer files (photos, documents and so on) by sending them as an attachment on an E-mail. For an occasional photo or file sent to a friend that is…

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Command “T”

The sidebar is the column in the far left side of the Finder window. Usually, what you find there are aliases (or shortcuts, if you are coming from a Windows…

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