Four real-time options for collecting user feedback

  • July 25th, 2009

If you are writing for an audience online, one of the first services you should enable is real-time analytics. You might find yourself adding a snippet of code from Google Analytics (free), Mint ($30), Reinvigorate (beta), Clicky (free), or something else. If you currently use some type of analytics service, which one do you use? […]

What Apple ProCare service?

  • March 14th, 2007

Two days ago I noticed a saddening spectacle as I witnessed a dark irregular shape creep across the corner of one of my 23" Apple Cinema Displays. In stark contrast to a previous Apple service visit with ProCare membership in hand, a recent visit to the U-Village Apple Store was a complete surprise. As stated […]

Initial impressions of the 2GHz MacBook

  • May 27th, 2006

My initial impression(s) of the MacBook 2GHz Core Duo? Amazing. These machines are very much as capable as their older sibling MacBook Pro’s. With the first revisions of these MacBook already nipping at the Pro’s heels with 2.0 GHz Core Duo’s, the decision as to whether that extra few hundred is really worth the metal […]

Apple Store: Not about the hardware or experience

  • May 24th, 2006

Recently, a friend and I dropped in at the local Apple Store (University Village) due to a minor mishap with her older G4 iBook. Somehow, the magnetic latch had managed to find itself slighty misaligned which prevented the cover from locking properly. We figured it wouldn’t hurt to take a few minutes to drop in […]