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Alex is a blogger. You can find his personal blog here. You can also find him on Twitter.

Paul Thurrott’s Spotty WWDC Coverage

June 26th, 2011


Windows blogger Paul Thurrott has a long track record of saying dumb things when it comes to Apple, but it’s still fun to point out where he’s wrong. Reading his coverage of WWDC and OS X Lion, I found a lot of things to take issue with. Let’s get started. On why people buy Macs: […]

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Why My Next Computer Will Probably Be A MacBook Air

October 6th, 2010

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The MacBook Air doesn’t get much love anymore. Its last update was back in 2009, and no one seems to fawn over it as they did when it was introduced in 2008. However, Apple’s slimmest notebook has recently become very appealing to me, and could be more so if Cupertino puts just a little effort […]

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Intrepid Mac is back, and we want you!

August 15th, 2010


Remember Intrepid Mac? That website I started like five months ago and then abandoned due to laziness? Well, it’s back, and it’s stronger. The new philosophy of Intrepid Mac is to provide you the news in the quickest form possible, without any fluff. This accomplishes two things: 1) You get the main headlines fast, and […]

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[External] How to Enable Multitasking on an iPhone 3G or iPod Touch 2G

July 9th, 2010


You probably didn’t notice, but a couple months back I got a job writing for TheAppleBlog, so from time to time I’m going to post links to some of my articles that may be of interest to you guys. So, without further ado: [link]

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µTorrent For Mac Gets A New Beta

June 3rd, 2010

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µTorrent is the most popular BitTorrent client for Windows, and recently it moved to beta for the Mac. A new beta of the application (labeled as went live this month and features a revised interface and native code (meaning it was developed in Cocoa). The new beta also includes an enhanced torrent info panel, tweaks to µTP, support for magnet links, and […]

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