Gary Rosenzweig looks at ways to protect your MacBook from being stolen, and how to prepare for the worst. Methods include: cable locks, security software, backing up and insurance.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at what the announcement of an iPhone SDK will mean for iPhone users.
Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to open those annoying attachment files that Windows users send to Mac users, not thinking that we may not own proprietary software like Microsoft Office or Outlook.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at three ways to make text on your screen easier to read. This could be used by people with visual impairments, but also could be used by anyone wishing to reduce eye-strain or be slightly more productive. Techniques include enlarging font size in Safari, using screen zoom, and using text-to-speech.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at some alternative to the Dashboard Widget calculator that ships with Leopard.
Gary Rosenzweig talks about using Leopard's parental controls to keep your kids from playing with things your computer and the Internet that you don't want them to.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at the Web sites where you can find full episodes of new television shows that you can watch for free on your Mac. Check the post at MacMost.com for a list of links.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at one method to protect a set of files with a password. It involves using Disk Utility to create an encrypted disk image.
Eve Park opens up her MacBook Air and we see what comes in the box.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how to use some of the design and rich text features of Apple Mail in Leopard.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Neat Receipts, a small scanner and software that allows you to organize your accounting.
Gary Rosenzweig and Molly Stanberry show you how to use Smart Folders in Leopard.
Gary Rosenzweig answers some questions from viewers, including ones about using secure empty trash, requiring people to logon to use some applications and the difference between aliases and symbolic links.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look ay DisplayLink, a company that makes USB-to-video technology. They are coming out with Mac drives next month for various adapters that allow you to add a monitor to your Mac though your USB port.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at basic speech recognition built into Leopard. You can speak simple commands to your Mac ad have it perform functions.
Gary Rosenzweig and Eve Park take a look at two programs for the Mac that allow you to draw. The first is Eazy Draw, a vector drawing program. The second is Doozla, a drawing program for kids.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at the Leopard finder and discovers some handy functionality and shortcuts.
Eve Park takes a look at Piano Wizard, a program that teaches you how to play songs on the piano using a MIDI keyboard and game-like interface.
Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at some games being shown at MacWorld Expo. He looks at Freeverse's Neon Tango and Hordes of Orcs. He also takes a look at the iNo, a game that uses your iPod.
Gary Rosenzweig looks at how to make png icons for your Web site that work with the new iPhone homepage Web clippings bookmarks.