Pulse: An Effective RSS Reader for the iPad

The best way to view and understand the iPad is to see it as a visual medium. When you hold it in your hand, it’s …(read more)

Can You Blog On the iPad?

Can you blog on the iPad? The quick and honest answer is, no. Not as effectively as you might like.A few weeks ago I traveled …(read more)

MarsEdit 3.0

The blogger client application, MarsEdit is nearly indispensable for me as a writer. As its slogans says, it is indeed “the best way to write, …(read more)

Atomic Web: the Best Web Browser for the iPad

I use several different web browsing apps, including Safari on my iPad and iPhone, but the one that shines above them all is Atomic Web. …(read more) and the First Lesson Learned about Cloud Services

Back in July of last year I wrote an article praising the music networking site, My review of the site was a “goodbye” to …(read more)

Creating Slide Shows in iPad’s Keynote

As much as I like my iPad, as it stands now I’ll probably be consuming more media than producing traditional content on the device. However, …(read more)

Review: BumpTop For Mac

BumpTop isn't something anyone needs, and I'm not exactly sure why it's something anyone would want. Watching a demo of the software of 2006 was …(read more)

Paperless Reading and Annotating on the iPad

Back in October, I wrote an article about Paperless Reading on Your Mac, and in it I talked about the popular iPhone application, Instapaper; the …(read more)

NetNewsWire for the iPad

Until I got my hands on the iPad, I could never have imagined how much better applications look and feel than on an iPhone or …(read more)

Why I Use SOHO Notes

There are several dozen notebook applications for the Mac, including the popular and free Evernote, the classic Mac Journal, and DevonThink. Each of these applications …(read more)

Why I’m Not Buying an iPad (and Why Maybe You Should)

I played around with an iPad for around 40 minutes yesterday and walked away disappointed. Ultimately, it's not what I'm looking for in a device …(read more)

Review: VVVVVV

What I love about the 8-bit fetishism trend in the indie game developer community, in recent years, is how it forces the focus onto the …(read more)