Email is an essential form of communication in the modern world, and an email client (a program you use to read and write email) happens to be one of the few applications today that you can pretty much guarantee will
I’ve picked on Microsoft in the past for their less than stellar error messages. But it seems the open source community has tried to outdo Microsoft and succeeded, as evident by this error message seen in the developers tool Eclipse.
I spent some time this weekend playing with iWork ’08’s Numbers. I’ve mentioned before that I like this spreadsheet a lot – but I wanted to compare the functions it has to those in Microsoft Excel: to see what functions
I’ve been playing a lot with Numbers lately. I think Apple have really created something great here – whenever I use Excel I always spend hours trying to make the spreadsheet look good. Things like headings, graphics, borders etc. take
We have decided, at the company I work for, to use Macs for all our work. The developers were already Mac users, and with the ability to run Windows software when needed, we are slowly converting the boss to using
Way back in April 2001 I released a piece of software called Launch!. Launch! is a Mac OS X application for connecting to Australia’s BigPond Cable service (it makes use of a slightly modified connection utility BPALogin, with extra capabilities