Hello My Fellow Space Gazing Gurus,
Want to learn more about some of the greatest mysteries in our universe including time travel?Â
Listen to this approximately 45 minute episode of The Universe, published here as a Candleshore podcast, and learn the answers to some of the most difficult questions ever posed.
Episode:Â Mark In Space, Part 2
Hello My Casual Computer Corner Connoisseurs,
Need some help decoding Intel’s new logo stickers when shopping for a new computer?
Click Here to read a PC Magazine article that describes how descriptions are described.Â
With the purchase of my new MacBook Pro and with tomorrowâ€™s release of Appleâ€™s Snow Leopard 10.6, I thought it only appropriate to post a link to a page that describes the amazing accessibility features now baked into the Apple Pie.
Click Here to Continue â€¦
Hello My Fellow Earthbound Buddies,Â
If youâ€™re anything like me, youâ€™ve find yourself, from time-to-time, wondering what it would be like to travel through outer space.Â
Listen to this approximately 45 minute episode of The Universe, published here as a Candleshore podcast, learn the answers to this timeless question.
Episode:Â Mark In Space, Part 1
Want to track your daily cash expenses on your iPhone 3GS?Â Start Cash Tracking today with this marvelously sleek and easy-to-use, VoiceOver accessible, application.Â I love this app so much, that I have given it its own place in my iPhone 3GSâ€™ coveted Home Row.Â Read the rest of this entry »
I hope you enjoy this approximately 21 minute episode of the Candleshore Podcast in which I demonstrate the basic functions of the iPhone 3GS iPod application using VoiceOver, a software screen reading solution for the blind and low vision.
Episode 39:Â iPod And VoiceOver Itâ€™s The Real Thing
The following is a message I received from a good buddy of mine who is also a Mac user.Â This tickles me so much I had no choice but to post it to Candle Shore.Â
Thank you for making my weekend, Tom!!!!!Â Read the rest of this entry »
This little tidbit comes to us courtesy of CNET.Â
It’s back-to-school season, and that means you may be among the countless students who are setting up shiny new MacBooks, because this is the year you have vowed (again) to focus on studies. But then the doubts start to creep in:Â Read the rest of this entry »
Hello My Fellow Macintosh Owners,
Yes, you read it right.Â As of this date, in the year of our Lord, Thursday, August 20, 2009, at precisely 8:21pm (PST), I became the owner of a brand new MacBook Pro 13-inch LED-Backlit Widescreen Notebook with a Precision Aluminum UniBody Enclosure.
Just as the saying goes, â€œNever say â€œNever.â€â€
Iâ€™ll see you all somewhere along the Apple Brick Road.
With the imminent purchase of a Mac Book close at hand, I decided to order a Braille copy of the VoiceOver Getting Started Manual.Â Read the rest of this entry »