Tag: Snow Leopard
The Mac App Store
I’ve been thinking a lot about the Mac App Store lately. The store is essentially the same thing as the iOS App Store that exists for iPhone and iPad devices, except for Mac OS X applications. The App Store makes it extremely easy to download and install free and not-so-free software. The store features the […]
Posted: June 6th, 2011 under tech.
Tags: app store, apple, carousel, iOS, mac app store, mac os x, Snow Leopard
Nearly 58% of College Students Using Macs
If you’re anything like me, you love to look at stats! I love charts, graphs, tables, pretty colors… etc. Google Analytics is one of the fun places I like to go when I’ve got time to kill on the web. Last week I added the Penn State Snowboard Club’s site, which I built two years […]
Posted: September 24th, 2009 under tech.
Tags: apple, Bing, Chrome, Firefox, Google, IE7, IE8, Mac, PSSC, Safari, Snow Leopard, students, Windows
Quick Tip: Minimize to Application Icon
I’ve been exploring the new Mac OS X Snow Leopard operating system for two weeks now. With the help of some blogs and discussions with some nerdy friends of mine (you guys rock!), I figured out a bunch of small but powerful tweaks that were included in this version of OS X. Today I want […]
Posted: September 13th, 2009 under tech.
Tags: apple, Mac, OS X, Snow Leopard, tip, tutorial
Snow Leopard: Initial Thoughts
I took the day off to travel to Albany, NY for the weekend. Our flight landed in Albany just before 9:30am and we made it to the Apple store a few minutes after 10. I picked up my copy of Snow Leopard and the whole experience was a little anti-climactic. I was in and out […]
Posted: August 28th, 2009 under tech.
Tags: 10.6, 64bit, apple, iphone, iTunes, Leopard, Office, OS X, Quicktime X, Screencast, Snow Leopard