Nancy Gravley enlisted the help of a friend that couldn't sleep at night to test out the relaxation and sleep aid application pzizz. Yes, it really helped. Read on to find out what Nancy thought about this unique application.
My definition of evil is that you will find yourself wanting to play "just one more hand", plus you have to know how to spell!? What can possibly be more evil than that? Knowing that, you'll know why I call Super TextTwist a truly evil game.
The laptop stand I have been using is made by LapWorks, and in mid-April the came out with a new product that is a doozy. the LapWorks Aluminum Desktop Stand is an elegant looking, heat-dissipating brushed-aluminum version of a notebook stand that offers some unique features.
The teacher of our genealogy classes strongly recommended a genealogy software package called Reunion 8 (recently upgraded to Reunion 9) made by? Leister Productions, Inc.?It has a definite learning curve.? It requires what may be for many a serious financial investment, but if one is really serious about doing in-depth family history research it is a financial investment that is worth making.
Nancy Carroll Gravley offers her Bifocals Guide to running Windows on your Mac, including options such as Parallels and Boot Camp.
In my last column I started a look at iPhoto 6, particularly a review of all the advances and additions that are included in this latest version of iPhoto.? As I sat down to continue this discussion I found myself facing the quandary of just what to write about.? I started this column over three times.? iPhoto is a very complicated application that is very simple to use.? Kinda.
With the holidays fast approaching it seems like a good time take another look at iPhoto.? To my surprise it has been more than four years since I last mentioned it in a column.? This is the first of a two part series.
I am hereby declaring this the official "Read That Sentence Again Before You Start Giving Advice That Makes You Look Stupid" week.? Of course, it doesn't exactly fit on a T-shirt or a bumper sticker, but I still think it is a good idea. With something more practical, I also have a review of Print Explosion 3.0.
Nancy Carroll Gravley reviews CoreCases iPod cases, and looks more closely into how Mac OS X's System Preferences work.