Some of our everyday applications employ steganography, usually behind our backs, and without our knowledge or consent.
How can we open two documents created using Adobe PageMaker running on an old eMac under Mac OS 9.2?
Any school or other organisation that refuses to use wireless networking on grounds of health risk or safety is making a public declaration that their understanding of science is medieval at best.
After an interrupted firmware update, my iMac refuses to start up. What can I do?
It is time for those who publish offensive content, albeit written by others, to shoulder their responsibilities and protect the rights of those who may be damaged by such content.
Every time that I start my new Mac up, I see a message about an insecure Startup Item being disabled. How can I remove that?
It would be a great tragedy if a major cultural activity of the early 21st century were to pass into oblivion because no-one remembered to collect it properly.
Before the Boston Tea Party, the few precious official copies of Johnson’s dictionary in the American lands were destroyed in commando-style raids, leading to the War of Independence.
Is it possible to prevent the individual Mac users on our network from changing the desktop background on their Macs?
Despite the importance of importance in everyday life, as far as I can tell no computer operating system has the slightest sense of importance.