Snow Leopard Didn’t Die - How About Some Tips?

5:10 PM, Sep. 19th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Some people are still happily using Snow Leopard thank you very much, and they are tired of being ignored. In this installment of Computing with Bifocals, Nancy Carroll Gravley offers up a few good tips to spice up their lives.


A Tale of Mac Success

3:57 PM, Aug. 24th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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With each new advancement in our technology it sometimes does us good to stop and remember the little reasons we love our Macs so much. Nancy Carroll Gravley shares a simple little story of how a Mac, a job, and a little guidance helped someone change her life.

Special Tips For Address Book & Keychain

4:55 PM, Jul. 6th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley has found three tips for Address Book and Keychain that she hopes will open up new experiences for beginners. One involves controlling information on a vCard, the next is about working with Groups in AddressBook, and the third is a great tip for accessing your keychain on another computer.

Free Is Good: Four Handy Mac Apps

5:30 PM, Apr. 29th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals


Nancy Carroll Gravley discusses four free useful Mac applications that any beginner can use, including SwordfishExpress, Art Text 2 Lite, Monolingual, and EasyEnvelopes for Mac.

They Came, They Waited, They Bought - A New iPad That Is

10:10 AM, Mar. 14th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals

Apple launched the iPad 2 last Friday, and at the Barton Creek Apple Store in Austin, Texas they lined up by the hundreds hoping for a chance to buy one. Their reasons for being there were diverse, their goals all the same. Nancy Gravley spoke with people in line to find out why they wanted Apple’s latest tablet.

Solving Frustrating Problems On Your Mac

4:20 PM, Feb. 24th, 2011 · · Computing with Bifocals


Nothing is more frustrating for new Mac users than simple problems for which you can not seem to find a cure.  Nancy identifies three of those problems and the evasive cures that will keep you going.