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  • Thanks For The Memories; Goodbye, Mac360

    Feb 24, 2020, 7:36 pm By Ron McElfresh
    Mac360 started life back in mid-2004 as a test among friends to get into blogging and to try out Mac OS X Panther Server on an old, unused goose-neck iMac. Back in those days, a number of my ... Continue Reading »
  • A Last Update On Mac360’s Favorite Mac User

    Feb 13, 2020, 7:45 pm By Jack Miller
    Mac360’s co-founder, Ron McElfresh, completed his stay at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. I wanted to share one final update with Mac360’s readers. Ron was first diagnosed with a neuromuscular disorder about 18 months ago. It has…
  • Can iPhone’s Camera Really ‘Film’ You?

    Jan 23, 2020, 6:05 pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    The Mincey Plantation is home to about a dozen different film cameras; mostly 35mm SLRs, but a few oddball cameras, too; the kind we took pictures with before iPhone took away the entire film industry. I have two ... Continue Reading »
  • Do Apple Products Make You Happy?

    Jan 23, 2020, 6:00 pm By Natalia Nowak
    Betteridge’s Law applies, so most of us who understand happiness and where it comes from, would answer the same. No. Rephrased, I could ask, “Do Apple products give you pleasure?” Nathan and I have been Apple customers for ... Continue Reading »
  • Why Apple Needs To Revolutionize Accessories

    Thu 7:58pm By Natalia Nowak
    What do you need with a Mac mini? A display. A keyboard. A mouse (or, trackpad). Apple sells two of the three and each one at the most outrageous price tag. What’s missing? An Apple-branded display with an ... Continue Reading »
  • There Are Dangers In Fake Facial Distortion

    Thu 7:52pm By David Farrington
    Let’s face it. Facial recognition is here to stay. Apple’s Face ID facial recognition might be the best of the best and you know copycats are on the way. What about facial distortion. No, not silly faces or ... Continue Reading »
  • A Typewriter vs. A Mac Notebook Keyboard

    Thu 7:47pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Who has the worst notebook typewriter in the history of personal computers? It must be Apple because only the Mac has the infamous butterfly-design keyboard that has inflamed the Mac masses. How many such Mac notebook keyboards have ... Continue Reading »
  • Even Apple TV+ Will Not Fix Television

    Jan 8, 2020, 9:41 pm By Bambi Brannan
    As I mature– Translation: get old– I develop favorites. Like my favorite color. It used to be red. Now my favorite color is jaded. I remain utterly disappointed in the state of television, circa 2020; and it doesn’t ... Continue Reading »
  • Online Life Is Dominated By Creepy Slurpers

    Jan 8, 2020, 9:35 pm By David Farrington
    Slurpers? Let’s call them what they. All over the interwebs, in government, in business, and in your home, there are devices that slurp up information about you. All your information gets gathered, stored, sliced and diced, then filtered ... Continue Reading »
  • This Is What Every Mac Notebook Needs

    Jan 8, 2020, 9:28 pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Old school. That’s me. One look at my driver’s license gives it away. Maybe my face and some wrinkles and thinning hair are all you need to see that my technology roots run deep. Somewhere along the way ... Continue Reading »
  • Apple Dominates Where Apple Plays

    Jan 7, 2020, 7:32 pm By Jack Miller
    For those who claim that Apple has lost its way since Steve Jobs died in 2011, or that Apple is no longer the company that Jobs built because chief design honcho Sir Jony Ive is on the way ... Continue Reading »
  • A Search Engine ‘Better Than Google’

    Jan 7, 2020, 7:28 pm By Jeffrey Mincey
    Who does not use a search engine? Everyone I know that actually uses a computer or cellphone or tablet uses a search engine. You know which one, right? Most of the time– based on my limited but scientific ... Continue Reading »