Rob Griffiths takes a look at Final Cut Express, and what it is that keeps him coming back to it—even though iMovie is free and easier to use.
Rob Griffiths gives a summary of his experiences waiting in line for an iPad at a local Apple Store. No, he didn't spend the night there!
Rob Griffiths takes a look inside the massive Mac OS X 10.6.3 to find those things that Apple didn't discuss in its release notes.
Magic Launch lets you open documents via their creator code in Snow Leopard, as you could in all earlier OS X releases. You can also have a given document type opened by different programs based on simple rules you create.
Rob Griffiths explains why he doesn't use Google's online office suite and why maybe you shouldn't either.
Rob Griffiths shares a collection of older Mac OS X Hints tips that he finds useful and/or interesting. All still work in 10.5 and 10.6, too!
Rob Griffiths spent a couple days with Quicken Essentials for Mac, and offers his first impressions of the latest financial management package from Intuit.
Learn how to make ScreenFlow's icons disappear while recording screen movies.
Learn how to create a visually distinctive prompt when working as root in Terminal.
Rob Griffiths discusses how you can use Dropbox to keep your 1Password data file synchronized across many Macs.
If you're running OS X 10.6, learn how to quickly start Screen Sharing with any machine you've previously connected to.
Learn how to use Facebook Chat within iChat
Rob Griffiths talks to Aaron Patzer, General Manage/VP at Intuit, during Macworld Expo to hear about the company's latest personal finance software offering.
Rob Griffiths spends some hands-on time with the second beta of the Google Chrome browser.
Rob Griffiths talks to Andy Engberson, Desktop support manager for Telestream, makers of screencasting software to talk about ScreenFlow 2.