Last Month at Apple Matters
by Devanshu Mehta
In my second month at “Apple Matters”:http://www.applematters.com it has been much tougher coming up with things to write on a weekly basis- but such is life as a part-time freelance writer (I use that phrase when I can- it evokes more mystique than it should).
Here is what I put out in March/April:
- “AppZapper”:http://www.applematters.com/index.php/section/comments/appzapper/ (Review: Mar 16, 2006)
Macintosh has one of the easiest application installs in the industry. Usually, it is a simple mount-drag-drop and you are ready to go. The uninstall process, on the other hand, is deceptively simple.
- “Apple in 2006”:http://www.applematters.com/index.php/section/comments/apple_in_2006/ (Opinion: Mar 23, 2006)
Like most Apple years, 2006 is shaping up to be an eventful one. The Intel transition is working out, people are watching videos on their iPods and the anti-climax of the February event is but a distant memory.
- “Google Ready to Challenge the iTunes Music Store”:http://www.applematters.com/index.php/section/comments/google_ready_to_challenge_the_itunes_music_store/ (News: Mar 30, 2006)
Sooner or later, the question was bound to come up- is Google preparing to launch an onslaught on the Apple iTunes Music Store? A few recent developments seem to suggest that this could be the case.
- “Inside Boot Camp”:http://www.applematters.com/index.php/section/comments/inside-boot-camp/ (News: Apr 05, 2006)
In one of the biggest announcements coming out of Apple in its 30 year history, Apple has released a public beta of Boot Camp, a software that allows you to install and run Windows XP on your Mac. It provides a GUI for the entire process and will be integrated into the next major release of OS X, Leopard.
I write one article every Thursday for Apple Matters. So if everything goes as planned, I will have my next article up on the 16th of March. Of course, I have no clue what I will write about… yet!