Category: Technology

  • Mountain Lion: First Impressions

    I’ve been a Mac user for well over a half-decade and, in that time, I’ve experienced quite a few “big cats.” My first operating system was the impressive Mac OS X v10.3 “Panther;” since then, I’ve upgraded to Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Lion, and now Mountain Lion. Each release has been refreshingly better, though the […]

  • AT&T Mobility: First Impressions

    AT&T Mobility: First Impressions

    It has been a week since I switched from Verizon Wireless to AT&T Mobility to power my iPhone, and I thought I’d follow up my initial “screw you, Verizon!” blog post with one that fairly evaluates my service with the new provider. It has been good, it has been bad, and it has largely been […]

  • On Bidding Adieu to Verizon

    On Bidding Adieu to Verizon

    When I got my first mobile phone, a black-and-white Nokia that dripped teenager-targeted sexiness, I got that phone with AT&T Wireless. Over the next seven years, I maintained an account with the company as I moved through Nokia and Motorola devices, sticking by as AT&T Wireless became Cingular. I enjoyed how they “raised the bar” […]

  • Ladies and Gentlemen: iDennis III

    Ladies and Gentlemen: iDennis III

    It was a chilly February day in 2008 when I purchased my last MacBook Pro. I logged onto the online Apple Store, loaded up the customization screen for the model I wanted, and made sure that it was as loaded as my budget would allow. It arrived with the following “amazing” specs, as the late […]