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Archive for November 2008

November 24th, 2008

Tip: Multiple iTunes Libraries

As much as hard drives keep getting bigger, so does the media that we keep on it. In the era of High Definition and music libraries that include songs in the thousands, sometimes keeping separate libraries is the key.
Fortunately iTunes does that. I still only have a 160GB drive on my laptop and I don’t [...]

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November 22nd, 2008

Luxury Case: Linea Slimcase for MacBook Pro

[via Gentleman's Gadgets]
To some people style and luxury is everything. Orbino has made a laptop case for the MacBook Pro that does exactly that. The Linea Slim laptop case is a hand crafted notebook case that oozes luxury. The finely crafted leather case encases your MacBook Pro yet allows for use while in the case. [...]

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November 22nd, 2008

Obamafy Yourself

Jayvee over at Tech Side Up found this great Photo Booth plugin. The plugin, developed by Dubi Kaufmann takes it’s cue from the popular Obama poster created by Shepard Fairey.
Download the plugin here, the instructions are also in the link. It’s as simple as unzipping the file, dragging it to Library/Compositions/ and you have [...]

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November 20th, 2008

The After Mac Makes It To Digg’s Front Page!

First, let me just give a big thank you to Mr. Jason De Villa for allowing me to post his x-ray MacBook image. Family aside, you sir are my current favorite person in the world!
My post about his x-ray image made it to the front page of Digg.com. Woohoo! This just made one of my [...]

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November 18th, 2008

MacBook X-Rayed!

Ever wondered what the Aluminum MacBook would look like under an x-ray? My friend Jason wondered the same thing and did something about it. The picture above is an x-ray image of his MacBook. Cool huh.
Examining the x-ray image gives you a glimpse or the wonderful way the MacBook was put together.
I’ve seen a lot [...]

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November 17th, 2008

Black Friday Bonanza?

Will Apple step up and offer a better deal during the Black Friday sale? Well, for consumers sake let’s hope so.
Black Friday is one of the biggest sales in the United States. Traditionally retailers offer big discounts on items during his day. People line up very early for the chance to shop for big [...]

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November 14th, 2008

Mac for Barack

I’ve been watching the US political contest closely and I’m so glad that my personal favorite won the election. In January the US will have their first African American President, when Barack Obama takes his oath.
Today I was happy to find out that President-Elect Obama is a Mac user. Woohoo!
According to this Wired article, Obama [...]

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November 12th, 2008

Gmail Ads Video To Gtalk

While technically it’s not a Mac topic, I decide to blog about this because it does run on Macs.
Google just added video capabilities to it’s chat software. From within Gmail you can now talk face to face with your friends and family from across the globe. The browser based video chat requires installation of additional [...]

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November 11th, 2008

Apple To Philippines, Here’s Your Online Store!

Imagine my utter shock and disbelief when I got an email from Apple which read “Now Open: Apple Online Store, Philippines“. Whoa?! It’s not April 1 so it must not be a joke. It wasn’t. Within minutes I was able to confirm that indeed our country has it’s very own online Apple store.
It was really [...]

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November 9th, 2008

Scott Kelby’s Thoughts On The New MacBook Pro

If you’re a photographer or doing a lot of Photoshop work, chances are you’ve heard of Scott Kelby. He’s a renowned photographer, author and Photoshop guru. He co-hosts Photoshop User TV with Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski.
Scott wrote his review on the new MacBook Pro. The jist of his review says that as a [...]

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