Why You Should Send Cards this Holiday

Our sponsors at Zoomerang released a holiday survey and found 63% of the 1,000 respondents will send holiday cards for the 2011 holiday season. In an age where text, twitter, and Facebook updates are the main form for daily personal updates, the holiday card remains the gold standard for the period in the year where people aim to keep traditions alive. To use a simple analogy: social media messages are to holiday cards as holiday

Apple Taking Notes from Microsoft?

It seems every week I’m downloading another service update for Vista. Most recently, Vista had a Service Pack on the same day that Apple had their 10.5.3 update for OS X Leopard. Since the update on Leopard, I’ve been having tons of issues using a browser… whether it’s Safari or Firefox. Today I decided to reinstall Safari to see if I could fix this once and for all. When I started the installation, I was

OSX Bug: Shrink an Image to 16 Terabytes?

This is a pretty cool (and ridiculous) bug I ran into today. I wanted to resize an image using preview from 140px wide to 100px wide. Preview wouldn’t ever save it when I clicked OK. I think I figured it out – take a look at the Resulting Size.

Something Wicked This Way Comes…

Did you ever get the feeling that something really, really bad is about to happen? Screenshot of Vista about to Run on my MacBookPro with Parallels 3.0 and OSX Leopard.

What’s Passing You By?

Yesterday I had lunch with a good friend of mine, Bill. As we ate our fantastic chicken tortilla soup at Scotty’s Brewhouse, Bill and I discussed that awkward moment where failure changes into success. I think truly talented people are able to visualize risk and reward and act accordingly. They jump at opportunity, even if the risk is insurmountable… and it often leads to their success. If I’m losing you, stick with me. Here’s an