MacTech - June 2005 is Out

The June issue of MacTech is shipping to subscribers, and can be found on newsstands. Unfortunately, not all newsstands. We're working on that. I find copies at Barnes and Noble's every month. So, if you're looking, try the one closest to you first!

New Dual-Core Chips from IBM

Why Apple shouldn't be using these chips.

May MacTech Out

The May issue of MacTech magazine is now shipping to subscribers and being found on newsstands. More good stuff this month from all involved. If you are a Mac freelancer, consultant, programmer or involved with the Mac in any way, subscribe, subscribe, subscribe.

Changing OS X Tiger Screenshot Format

How to make the default screenshot format PDF, like Panther, or any other format.

Destroyed Data (On Purpose)

Destroy that data when you're done with it!

E-Mail Privacy

Ways to protect and validate e-mail

Why Not Backup?

If you're on a large business network, or have a single laptop, backing up your data is critical...and my recent near-miss. A tiny backup guide.

Why NOT Admin

Why your primary account shouldn't be admin-level - Mac, Windows or Unix.

Sometimes it can be difficult to grasp: why do I want to limit myself? Why do I want to make things more difficult?

It's important to make the distinction, though: by not running as admin, you're not limiting yourself, but protecting yourself.

And Now For The Speculation

Speculation and emotion on Apple’s Intel chip switch.

I say that I like dealing in facts, and the only fact that remains is this: there’s only one person who knows all of the details to this arrangement: Steve Jobs. Everyone else is just guessing. Some may have better educated guesses than others, but they’re guessing none-the-less. Here’s my guesses on the matter

Why did this happen? Overall, I want to convince everyone that is isn’t a bad thing. But first, to the speculation:

Intel Based Macs

The sky isn’t falling, Hell hasn’t frozen over.

I’ve already received many e-mails that have asked the same question: “What does this mean, and how does it affect my business?” Don’t worry, it doesn’t.

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