With UTM run x86 VM on Apple M1
With UTM run x86 VM on Apple M1

Interesting find. I didn’t know I cared about this emulator called UTM. The UTM macOS edition has my attention now. I decided to trade my MacBook Pro 16-inch (MBP) for a new MacBook Pro M1 system. All in all, the new system is fine. When I made the Apple leap from an Intel-MBP to an... » read more

Moved to iA Writer away from Ulysses
Moved to iA Writer away from Ulysses

I’ve made the move to iA Writer 1 this weekend. I have been using Ulysses 2 for the past year. I evaluated iA Writer and evaluated Ulysses some time ago and ended up selecting Ulysses at the time. Since then, two things have happened. Ulysses moved to a rental software pricing model (subscription model) iA... » read more

Brave Web Browser
Brave Web Browser

Over the past few days I’ve been checking out the Brave web browser. I’ve downloaded it onto my mobile devices, desktop and notebook computers. After a day of use, I quickly found myself wanting to make it my default browser of choice. So I did. What caught my attention about Brave is their messaging that... » read more

News Explorer
News Explorer

Recently I’ve been enjoying News Explorer’s presentation and management of the RSS feeds I like to keep up with. News Explorer is offered for macOS and iOS with iCloud syncing. Regularly I use both Apple operating systems multiple times a day. The iCloud syncing is terrific for this reason, and so far has been reliable.... » read more

Feedly
Feedly

Ever since Google Reader went by the wayside, I’ve been using Feedly.  I like it so much I purchased the pro plan and have no regrets.  Lots of features and functions.  I did spend time demoing other RSS readers including Digg, but ultimately chose to keep using Feedly.

RSS Reader that finally appeals to me
RSS Reader that finally appeals to me

Oh wow …I think there is finally an application RSS reader that I like. A few days ago I thought I would checkout the Apple App Store [1] since Mac OS X Mountain Lion was due to be released. While looking around the App Store I noticed an app titled “Reeder” [2]. I checked the... » read more