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If you think different, watch this page closely. You’ll find the best software for doing pretty much anything with your Mac, guides to some of Apple’s lesser-known features and tips that will turbocharge your OS X workflow.

The Rise And Fall And Rise Of Apple: A Brief History

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The Rise And Fall And Rise Of Apple: A Brief History

The success of Apple indeed lies with their attitude of “Thinking Differently”. While the company may not have always been heralded as a success, their strength over the years has come from great vision and not always doing the same things as the competition. They have been bold and occasionally put a few noses out of joint, but that’s the price paid for thinking outside the box. Though many of us are fans of the Apple products, not all fans are well versed in the history of the company.

Angela Randall November 16, 2012 16-11-2012
The Rise And Fall And Rise Of Apple: A Brief History
Auto Text Expander Turns Repetitive Text and Content Into a Breeze [Giveaway]

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Auto Text Expander Turns Repetitive Text and Content Into a Breeze [Giveaway]

As a writer, blogger, and serial emailer, you can imagine that I go through repeating myself several times throughout an average day. Auto Text Expander ($29.95) allows you to associate blocks of text to abbreviations or keyboard macros. Read on through this post to learn more and win one of 25 licensed copies of Auto Text Expander, retailing at nearly $750 in total!

Craig Snyder November 15, 2012 15-11-2012
Auto Text Expander Turns Repetitive Text and Content Into a Breeze [Giveaway]
Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]

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Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]

We’ve covered Pocket back when it was Read it Later and after its relaunch as the newly redesigned Pocket, and it’s no secret that we’re big fans of the service. That’s why we were pretty excited to hear about Pocket’s Mac desktop app which makes it easy to keep up with the articles, videos and blog posts that you’ve saved to check out later. Available for free from the Mac App Store, the desktop app feels right at home with the suite of Pocket services.

Nancy Messieh November 7, 2012 07-11-2012
Read it Later Service Pocket Launches a Mac App & It’s Awesome [OSX]
15 Time Saving And Clutter Free Safari Features & Tips You Should Know About

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15 Time Saving And Clutter Free Safari Features & Tips You Should Know About

If browsing the web is one of the top three things you do on your computer everyday, you owe it to yourself to become familiar with as many time saving and clutter free features as you can. While there are several features I would like to see added to Safari, it’s still my default web browser of choice because of its speed and connectivity to my other Apple devices.

Bakari Chavanu November 5, 2012 05-11-2012
15 Time Saving And Clutter Free Safari Features & Tips You Should Know About
Use CloudApp Across Operating Systems With These Five Clients

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Use CloudApp Across Operating Systems With These Five Clients

If I was asked to name my favorite Mac OS X application, CloudApp—or Cloud, for short—would definitely make the shortlist. It’s a nifty menubar utility that makes it incredibly easy to upload and share small files. CloudApp developer team has also published an API for their service, meaning other developers can create third-party CloudApp clients. Below, we’ll be looking at five different CloudApp clients to use the service on most popular operating systems, desktop and mobile.

Simon Slangen November 5, 2012 05-11-2012
Use CloudApp Across Operating Systems With These Five Clients
How to Add Almost Everything to Mountain Lion’s Notification Center [Mac]

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How to Add Almost Everything to Mountain Lion’s Notification Center [Mac]

Tweak the notification center in Mountain Lion to be somewhat useful, by adding notifications from the programs you care about to it. With a few tweaks you can add every Growl program to the notifications center, along with content from your favorite web sites and apps. You can even add all of your favorite TV show listings. My friend and co-host James outlined 8 tips for making great use of the notification center, and they’re all solid.

Justin Pot November 3, 2012 03-11-2012
How to Add Almost Everything to Mountain Lion’s Notification Center [Mac]
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