Making the switch to Mac has required me to learn how to navigate in a completely different universe than the one found for the PC platform.
As one of the major differencies, it appears that the os-confusion relating to the Mac platform is much less diasporate than the one for Mac which in comparison seems more organized and less in conflict about how to do things... pretty obvious considering the homogenous nature of the Mac ecosystem.
One of the thoughts that keep appearing during mt crusade to climb up of the Windows hole I fell into 10 years ago, is that the Mac people are much more goal-oriented in comparison to the process oriented PC people. The basis for this thought appears to be the difference in the amount of time one has to allocate on tasks relating to merely support ones primary task: productivity in ones field. http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifSo far it appears that the distance one has to cover in terms of the number of tasks and their respective duration is larger on PC than on Mac everntually making Mac a productive environment as I sooner get to the point of productivity on this platform than on Mac - however I am still not blind for the fact that I might still just be under strong inlfuence by the "hype" one has when switching from a classically skinned Win XP which had one had been forced to downgrade into as a result of a failed attempt to upgrade to Win Vista.
Anyways... I will use the opportunity of this blog entry to share to links to cool utils for the Mac OSX.
An overview of status bar plugins:
The Growl application which allows application developers to post events to a global (in respect to either the local machine of the LAN on which it resides):
Gooaaaaalllllll! via Instagram http://bitly.com/2em7nOe - No content.
1 year ago