GeoGebra is free Java-based software to learn and teach algebra and geometry. Installation packages are available for Windows, Linux/Ubuntu, and Mac.
Steve Jobs passed away at his home. Regardless of your preference in computers or phones, he had an amazing record of innovation over the years:
Someone complemented me the other day that I’m pretty organized. I’m going to be sharing what I use to keep organized in upcoming blogposts.
For one, I use something called Zim. It’s a desktop wiki program.
Read on for more.
In case you didn’t know, Mac OS/X is a complete UNIX environment underneath the hood. What this means for you is that there’s a lot of free and open source (F/OSS) software that you can install on on your Mac.
Darwin Ports is a system that lets you do that easily.
Read on to find out how.
Frozen Bubble is a fun game for wasting time while you’re waiting for TPS reports to print.
No long-winded strategy, no enemy aliens, no unwieldy artillery targeting. Just shooting marbles mindlessly.
Read on for screenshots and installation.
People like to say that the Apple only has a few percent market share.
But Quantcast has a new survey out that says 11% of online users are using Macintoshes.
I think that’s pretty amazing how Apple’s usage has went up recently.
Here’s a neat little application that makes a picture of your mouse movements as you use your computer. It’s sort of hokey, but I guess you could use it to track how people use your website.
The John Chow blog featured a guest article by the writers of a new blog for 20-somethings called the What’s Good Blog. Their most recent blog entry is a podcast about the “Top 5 Reasons Why Macs Are Better than PCs“. Somehow or another, it ended up being more than five items. Here’s what they [...]
Dreamhost recently (within the last few months) released a remote API to manipulate accounts and get account information. They’re holding a contest for the best apps using the API. Digitivity.org presents Dreamvue, the Desktop Dreamhost Management App. Click the picture for more info.