MacUpdate Bundle: The best I’ve seen in awhile.

I often post about software bundles and most of them have at least a couple of programs that are worthwhile, but the new MacUpdate offering is the best I’ve seen in awhile. It is particularly good from an academic standpoint: Scrivener: my favorite software for going from research to draft. Notebook 4: one […]

Nisus Writer Pro

One of the things I did when I converted to Mac was to look for alternatives to the software I had been using. I replaced Microsoft Office with Apples iWork suite. While I love Numbers and Keynote, Pages never really appealed to me. Enter Nisus Writer Pro. If you want all the benefits […]

NoteBook 4: Note Taking & Organizing Software | TwoDollarTues Exclusives

Circus Ponies has updated its note taking app Notebook to version four. I did a review of the previous release of Notebook along with a follow-up piece on creating an online notebook. Two Dollar Tuesday is offering Notebook4 at $30 off the regular price. NoteBook 4: The Macworld Award-Winning Note Taking & Organizing […]

Tokyo Pens

Send to Kindle[This may not have anything to do with Apple or Apple products, but in my defense the owners of this company are both former Apple employees.] For some time now I have used JetPens as my main source of Japanese pens. For those who may not be familiar (see “obsessed”) with Japanese pens, […]

Apple Teams Up With IBM For Huge, Expansive Enterprise Push | TechCrunch

Looks like a win-win situation for both companies. Apple seems to be making its way back into education and enterprise: Apple Teams Up With IBM For Huge, Expansive Enterprise Push | TechCrunch

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