Since the invention of mobile phones and text messages, people have been using these for convenience and speed. You probably send and receive a number of messages every day now. With so many messages that have accumulated in your inbox, it’ll be hard to look for a specific one manually. Have you been looking for […]
macOS’ Spotlight has an image problem. The much-overlooked universal search bar never really got its due. When it was released, it was underpowered compared to third-party tools. Updates have dramatically improved Spotlight’s functionality, but it seems like the news never got out. It’s not Spotlight’s fault anymore: it’s a fast and flexible application launcher and […]
Need a job? Always wanted to work for Apple? Got experience as a project manager? You might just be in luck. Apple has posted a job listing on its website titled “Engineering Project Manager – Apple Search”. The job summary is: Apple seeks a technical, driven and creative program manager to manage backend operations projects […]
Spotlight is one of the most under-used features in OS X. It’s ability to not only find folders and files but to act as an application launcher makes it an invaluable addition to OS X. If you’ve ever changed a large number of files on your Mac you may have noticed Spotlight reindexing itself to […]
Lion is finally here. Yay! There are more than 250 new features, but most of the media noise is devoted to the biggies like Launchpad, Mission Control, Auto Save, and Versions. Here are 6 goodies you may not have discovered yet.
One of my favorite sites to check out is The Finer Things in Mac, which has a pretty simple mission: show the behind-the-scenes secrets of OS X, and expose them to the world. Today, I found a new one, so I tried it out myself, and ta-da! It worked. Here’s what you do: Go up […]