Monthly Archives: March 2007

Switching from Windows to Macintosh – Chapter 12

Howdy, Everybody; The Mac transition is essentially complete – I use the Mac for pretty much everything now. The Logitech mouse problem has been interesting. I started using the VX Revolution again after using a wired mouse for a few … Continue reading

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Switching from Windows to Macintosh – Chapter 11

Hi, Everybody! Yesterday, installed the 10.4.9 update to Mac OS X. This went without a hitch, no problem. In reading the list of changes, I noticed the following under the Bluetooth category:“Addresses a wake-from-sleep issue for Kensington PilotMouse Mini Bluetooth … Continue reading

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Switching from Windows to Macintosh – Chapter 10

Hi, Everybody! Regarding the choice of personal information manager, I’m back at Yojimbo. I used SOHO Notes for a while, and just can’t get a real comfort level with it. Yojimbo seems more smooth to me somehow. Regarding the spontaneous … Continue reading

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The Rule of Law

Howdy. How many people in our country actually believe in the rule of law? When I get in my Jeep to go to work, I set the cruise control at the speed limit for wherever I am. I have noticed … Continue reading

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Switching from Windows to Macintosh – Chapter 9

This is a short entry. I have gone back to trying SOHO Notes. It works pretty much the same as Yojimbo for notes, but has one additional ability that I missed in Yojimbo – the ability to nest collections (or … Continue reading

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Switching from Windows to Macintosh – Chapter 8

Howdy, All; The Mac is still being good to me. I’ve learned a few new tricks and tried some more software. New Trick: You can use Disk Utility (part of OS X) to create a partition in a file, password … Continue reading

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