It’s May, here’s what is new

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Another month. Time is flying (maybe it’s just me?). Here’s what’s on my desk[top]:

  • I am considering starting a new weekly feature for MacMerc–a review of one product every week. From a new book to new software. Whatever is fresh. I already have a lot of stuff I need to review, I just want it to be a regular feature.
  • 37 Signals’ Defensive Design For the Web is amazing. I haven’t bought a computer book in years (thanks to review copies), but I bought it as soon as I saw it. It’s really going to improve my work.
  • I’m going to have to buy music again.
  • I gave somebody a Gmail account even though they have sold for over $100 on eBay. Well I actually found out they were over $100 after I gave him the account. When I checked they were at $10. Today marks the first month of Gmail (remember, it was on April Fools).
  • I bought a Logitech MX310 to break away from the track pad. 5 of its 6 buttons work in OS X without a driver. That’s good enough for me.
  • I’m still glad I use the “possible exploitable” OS X.
  • Kinja is now a month old. I don’t think I’ve been back in the last month (I’m not alone). It doesn’t look like there is anything new. I’m sure there will be new goodies soon.

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One Response to “It’s May, here’s what is new”

  1. Ryan says:

    Thanks to your tip tip (not a typo!), I got a few free songs. Ben and Jerry’s sprung for one for me too. April was a good month to be a music lover. =)

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