Upgrading to Snow Leopard

I upgraded my MacBook Pro (February 2007 model) to Snow Leopard last week and I’m just starting to finish finding all the small issues as well as improvements. Here’a a brief overview of what I’ve found so far for anyone considering the upgrade. Improvements The upgrade freed up over 10 GB of space of my hard drive. Snow Leopard offers much better swap file management (effectively giving me more RAM on average as it frees up the swap quicker). Leopard

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Gruber on Microsoft's Long, Slow Decline

There are quite a few arguments (in each direction) in the Mac vs PC debate, but I think this quote from John Gruber sums it up perfectly: People who love computers overwhelmingly prefer to use a Mac today. Microsoft’s core problem is that they have lost the hearts of computer enthusiasts. Regular people don’t think about their choice of computer platform in detail and with passion like nerds do because, duh, they are not nerds. But nerds are leading indicators.

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How to Resolve a MobileMe Sync Issue

I’ve had my iPhone for about 5 months now, but only recently I decided to subscribe to MobileMe and try over the air syncing of my contacts and calendar data. Unfortunately, after following Apple’s instructions, I could not get it to work. My Mac would sync with MobileMe and vice versa, but MobileMe would not push to my iPhone and no could new data was sent from my iPhone back to MobileMe. Since I rarely connect my iPhone to my

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Great deal on Mac software

I wrote a Twitter about this earlier today, but I wanted to share this great deal if you use a Mac. MacUpdate Promo currently has a deal where for $49.99 you receive a bundle of software at 91% off the retail value. As certain sales milestones are reached, additional apps are added to the bundle. This morning, XMIND Pro was unlocked after 1000 of the bundles were sold. The deal expires in 4 days, but it looks like the milestone

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