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Archive for the ‘Apps’ Category

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 […]

By Juan -- 3 comments

November 7th, 2008

Quicksilver Tips

One of my favorite and essential apps on the Mac is Quicksilver. It’s one of the very first if not the first application I install whenever I get a new Mac or do a clean install. I am able to do most of the basic things I need with a few simple key strokes. It’s […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

October 28th, 2008

Free Mac Software! Thanks Codeweavers!

Last July, Jeremy White, President and CEO of CodeWeavers issued a challenge to President Bush to make his remaining days in office more meaningful by accomplishing some major political and economic goals by the end of his term.
The challenge was called “The Great American Lame Duck Presidential Challenge”. The goals of the challenge are
* […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

August 12th, 2008

Image Enlargement

I was talking to a friend of mine the other day. He was narrating that he was having a difficult time combing through his pictures trying to look for several that he wanted to submit for an article. He did however have smaller versions that were in his Flickr account but these were not big […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

July 29th, 2008

WordPress for iPhone and iPod Touch

First I was ecstatic! Then.. I was disappointed. The good, WordPress finally released their app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The bad, The After Mac still runs on a version that’s not supported by the app. Bummer…
It looks to be like a good app though. If you’re a WordPress blogger with an iPhone of […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

July 21st, 2008

Remote App Has Special Feature for Apple TV

[from Daring Fireball via Mac Rumors]
Apple may have neglected to mention a special and useful feature of its Remote App. The Remote App is a free download from the iTunes App store that allows you to control your iTunes Library from your iPhone or iPod Touch (version 2.0). You can also use this with your […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

July 4th, 2008

How do I make the Apple logo appear using my keyboard?

Similar to the Character Map application for Windows, CharacterPal is a Dashboard widget that helps you input foreign symbols. For instance, do you remember how to make this  Apple logo appear on your keyboard?
    (!!!)
‘Course you know! It’s Option + Shift + K! But if by some incidence you forgot how […]

By Jayvee -- 2 comments

June 23rd, 2008

Fluid: Because Web Apps Deserve Their Own Tiny Apps

I saw the link to Fluid from this entry over at MacRumors.com. I got intrigued and checked it out. Fluid is an application that creates small applications from web sites you frequently visit. Think of it as a web browser specifically for that web site or web app.
Fluid works this way. You enter the url […]

By Juan -- 1 comment

June 7th, 2008

Games To Look Out For In 2008

I consider myself a casual gamer. I’ve tried various platforms since I was a kid. I played games on our Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis or Sega Mega Drive, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PCs and recently the Xbox 360.
Macs are cool machines but it’s not really known for gaming. Over the years it […]

By Juan -- 0 comments

June 4th, 2008

My Web Design and Development Tools

I thought I’d share with you the tools I use to design and develop web sites. Although the past year I haven’t spent much time doing so, more of managing projects but I’m slowly getting back to it.
Adobe Photoshop - This is pretty much standard for designers. It’s my main design application. Although there’s […]

By Juan -- 4 comments