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iPhoto 6 Review, Part 2

3:00 PM, Feb. 26th, 2007 · · Computing with Bifocals

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.

iPhoto 6 Review

3:00 PM, Nov. 30th, 2006 · · Computing with Bifocals

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.

Advice for Not Looking Stupid and Print Explosion 3.0 Review

3:00 PM, Oct. 30th, 2006 · · Computing with Bifocals

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.

Why Can’t I…?

3:00 PM, Sep. 28th, 2006 · · Computing with Bifocals


Following are some things you might want to do when using your Mac if you just knew how to do them (or knew that you could do them).  Some of these came from other beginners who were kind enough to share them.  I hope you find them helpful. 

Two Apps for Reading and Browsing

5:00 PM, Jun. 22nd, 2006 · · Computing with Bifocals

I don't know what the weather is like where you live, but here in Austin, Texas, it's hot. This is the kind of weather that leads you to stay inside if at all possible, and it is a good time to check out some new software.? I have a few recommendations for your consideration if you are using OS X 3 or greater.?

The Bifocals Guide to RSS

5:00 PM, May. 25th, 2006 · · Computing with Bifocals

Nancy Carroll Gravley asks (and answers) the key questions of: What is an RSS Feed, why do I want one and why does everything have to be so dadgum complicated all the time?