Apple OSX Leopard
March 1st, 2008

After only a few weeks of use, we experienced more random and inexplicable application and system crashes than in any new Mac OS, and it all feels rushed. This is the least improved update to OSX so far and there’s little to get too excited about.

Parallels Desktop 3.0
August 1st, 2008

The key thing to remember here is that Parallels Desktop isn’t some Mac developer’s idea of a few Windows-like functions. It’s simply the platform, and inside it is your fully functioning Windows OS. As such, you’ll enjoy all the application shutdown errors, crashes and font issues exactly as they were intended.


Lego Batman
November 12th, 2008

The familiarity is good but it means the same problems from all the other Lego games are still here, like difficulty judging some distances for jumps, confusing puzzles that needed to be more obvious, etc. But it’s just as addictive searching for secret nooks, crannies and pathways.

AccountsEdge, Apple Mac OSX Leopard, CardScan Executive
December 18th, 2007

It might seem steep to pay over $300 for a scanner only six inches wide when you can get a multifunction device that scans, prints, faxes and copies for less. But don’t judge this book by its cover.


Apple Soundtrack
January 3rd, 2004

Of course, the expensive part of producing music is employing a musician, so the lynchpin of Soundtrack (besides being a solid sound editor in the Final Cut Pro tradition) is the disc containing 4000 music clips and sound effects.

Billings 3
March 1st, 2009

Like many of the best Mac tools, Billings looks easy but has a considerable amount of power and detail behind it. Every step of adding clients, adding jobs to clients, adding tasks to jobs and then tracking them can be done with a single click and a bit of text.






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