Frankie’s Holiday – 2016 With the holidays about to descend upon us, we all tend to become very sentimental as we look back at holidays past. Apple has always had a penchant for creating some incredibly beautiful messages that have the ability to tug at our heartstrings while also highlighting one of their technologies. Is […]
Admittedly, I’ve been an Apple user and serious fanboy since 1986; when I bought my first Mac Plus for my Bond Street recording studio in Asbury Park. From there a Mac II — and ten years later — a SuperMac Mac-Clone. What always amazed me — besides a Mac’s ease of use , and creativity boosting abilities — was how long they lasted!
It seems I’ve helped dozens of clients trying to set up IMAP mail on their iPhone. So I’ve finally decided to document this in a “How To” post. For those of you who’s ISPs do not support IMAP mail, at some point in the future I may do the same thing for POP setup. For […]
Okay. That may be a little harsh … but you would think after paying for a system upgrade, that was supposed to be rewritten from the ground up … a major bug like the IMAP/PHP bug would have been fixed. I know this problem is still effecting people. They are still logging complaints at […]
I always use to think that the squeaky wheel always got the proverbial grease. In most case this may be true. With Apple … not so much. Apple just released Mac OS X 10.5.7 update. Being a consultant I always have to do updates on the day they arrive. I do this to try to see what my clients might have […]