Rob Griffiths tries to dig into the OS X 10.5.8 update, but finds that Apple's done a reasonable job with its explanations this time around.
With Smultron reaching the end of its active development life, Rob Griffiths discusses the personal nature of choosing a text editor.
Some routers, including certain Netgear models, may have problems logging into iChat. Here's one possible fix for the problem.
If you’re looking for an easy-to-use antispam program, and don’t mind using two applications to handle your e-mail, SpamSweep 1.6.1 is a reasonable alternative. If you prefer a more integrated approach or you’d like more control over the filters used to sort your e-mail, you’ll want to look elsewhere.
The upcoming release of NetNewsWire 3.2 promises a few new features, but also removes MobileMe and NewsGator sync, replacing both with sync via Google Reader. Rob Griffiths explains why he dislikes this decision, and what he plans on doing about it.
Learn a simple way to invert a photograph using Preview in OS X 10.5
Use a long-standing Mac OS feature to rename a file even while you're actively editing that file.
Learn how to move GarageBand's Master Tempo (and Master Volume) in smaller increments.
So what happens if your iPhone 3G case cracks while still under warranty? As it turns out, it's pretty much a non-event.
Pilot My-Cast, which offers important aviation weather data, flight planning, and flight filing services for private pilots, should arrive on the App Store in September.
Learn how to see the author of a given RSS article in Mail, assuming the feed includes that information.
Rob Griffiths looks at the continuing trend towards Intel-only applications, and what it means for the PowerPC user.
Learn how to get nicer handout prints from Apple's Keynote presentation software.
Rob Griffiths discusses the impact that network speed, or lack thereof, has on the iPhone user experience.
The 10.5 Finder has an interesting feature (or is it a bug?) in how it renames copied files. Depending on how you copy the file, you can control how the copy will be named. Use one method, and you can increment numbers in filenames as you copy them.