This blog started publishing on Saturday 17 January 2015, seven years ago. Here’s a look back through Mountain Lion security updates, paintings of oblivion, and more.
How to get free, personal advice and solve your Mac problems.
Born from the ashes of MacUser magazine, it has come full circle as my first section appears in the latest issue of MacFormat.
MacFormat magazine is changing in the New Year, and I am a part of that change.
It is also easy to lose touch with the real world when writing about computers, even Macs.
It was almost six months to the day since MacUser’s untimely death that my incoming email contained a message from the deceased publication.
I still think of those who died in the Falklands War, and of Tony Tyler, one of the wittiest and most perceptive of the contributors to MacUser. We miss them.
In my regular commentary written in August 2011, I clocked up my 400th Help section in MacUser. Here is my momentarily smug reflection on that milestone.
It is a popular myth that the Guillotine was invented by Monsieur Guillotin, and that he later succumbed […]
Friday 16 January 2015 marked the sudden and tragic death of the original and UK-based magazine MacUser. After […]