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Ghost Browser – the Productivity Browser for Tech Pros

Ghost Browser allows you to have multiple authenticated sessions open to the same site simultaneously, with each session having its own cookie jar, isolated from other sessions. This allows users such as web developers, testers, social media managers to easily work with multiple identities or use case perspectives without the need for multiple browsers, bookmarks, saved passwords etc.

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My favourite audio utility gets a major update

Every single episode of This Week in Lotus (my goodness, I miss that show) that we recorded over Skype was captured using Rogue Amoeba’s Audio Hijack Pro. This Mac OS X app has always been phenomenally good at managing the audio inputs and outputs available to a Mac system, applying filters and effects, and then writing high-quality recordings […]

Want a review of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion?

There is only one… 19 pages long, this is the mother of all Lion reviews.  As John Gruber puts it: Lion is the eighth landmark new-big-cat-name release of Mac OS X in a little over ten years. There’s a pattern to these releases. Rumors, anticipation, release. Many things have changed in the interim. Apple’s industry […]

Good news for Mac users with SSDs

Many Lotus community folks have been Mac users for a few years, and many have been moving to SSDs (Solid State Disks) as the price has come down and performance has risen.  The difference they can make to a heavily used system is significant, and the Notes client seems to benefit more than most applications. […]

IBM drops a bombshell!

Well, this certainly came from left-field: SOURCE: IBM   Jan 16, 2008 15:31 ET IBM Informix Dynamic Server to Deliver Support for Mac OS X SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – January 16, 2008) – IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced plans to deliver Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) support for Mac OS X Leopard. Through this collaboration, the […]

At last – web-based BBC iPlayer

Finally the BBC’s much trumpeted (and very expensively developed) iPlayer service is available as a streaming YouTube-like service, and therefore is available to those on Linux and Mac computers as well as Windows.  Nigella has never looked so good!