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Streaming on StreetJelly AND Recording the performance on the same machine at the same time: MaconMacGuy.com and Tom Rule

Here’s a classic example of the kind of thing I’m constantly doing with tech – pulling the pieces together. There’s a reason it say’s that one my business card!

I sometimes stream live performances on StreetJelly.com. Given the “wonderer” that I am, I began to see if I could stream AND record the performance at […]

Small Business: Easily create your own website [ for do-it-yourselfers ]

Using the resources available on MidGaHosting.com, it really is fairly easy to create your own website. Now, it will NOT be the “latest greatest thing on the planet” – but if you are a small business and know you need a web presence of SOME sort – and are just looking to get started, it […]

Review: TenFourFox – browser for PPC Macs

I’ve now had a chance to work with TenFourFox, a fork of the Mozilla project designed to keep Power-PC Macs running 10.4 – 10.5 in the modern browser world.

here’s your 3-word summary:

I am IMPRESSED.

It runs significantly faster that Firefox AND Safari AND Chrome on my first generation Mac mini – borwsing is […]

Old Mac users – Rejoice!

…as in users of PowerPC Macs, running at least OS 10.4.11 with a G3/G4/G5 processor.

I’ve run across a bowser based on Firefox that runs on these machines, and it has all the latest improvement in web browsers [ see below]. Click over to http://www.floodgap.com/software/tenfourfox/.

It looks really good – and it may be enough […]

Getting a new browser – Google Chrome

I had a client who uses Windows, and was very shy about downloading a new webbrowser [she was using an old version of Internet Explorer and needs to upgrade].

Here are some instructions:

 

Getting a new browser is NOT difficult! Surf to https://www.google.com/chrome

Click the “download” button.

You’ll probably see a box that with […]

Online File Storage: Dropbox

I’ve been using Dropbox for a good while now, and have found it to be a good way to store material online, especially when you need to collaborate with others. The cross-platform capabilities are good, as is the web access.

I’ve found it to be stable, usable, and an excellent resource. The free version has […]

AppSumo: excellent resource

Click Here: http://www.appsumo.com/?r=e6vH

AppSumo is a relatively new online resource – they find extreme deals on training materials [ a lot of “how to”s relating to online business and marketing], software to get things done [art packages, for example], and some seriously cool stuff for any entrepreneur [which is a tough word to […]

Quick Glance on Mac OS: OpenOffice vs LibreOffice vs NeoOffice

You have probably heard of the “Microsoft Office” clones that have been out for a good while now. I taught Microsoft Office for several years at Mercer University, and have to say it is indeed a very useful product. The ribbon interface in particular is well done and helps you get your work done faster, […]