Photo Storage Solutions for Mac and Beyond

LockerGnome reader Alexander Ashe writes: What is the best way to store images? Should I let an application such as iPhoto or Aperture take care of the storing of my images, or should I use a simple folder-naming convention — or possibly something else, entirely? Please consider that ease of backup, accessibility, quality maintenance, and…

MacBook Pro Vs. MacBook Air

Anson Tam writes: I am heading into university next year and I am going to purchase a new MacBook for school. I am having trouble deciding between the MacBook Pro models or the MacBook Air models. The MacBook Air is really light and transportable from class to class, but doesn’t perform as well as the…

iPen 2

iPen 2 Brings a Stylus to the iMac, iPad, and More

Using a stylus with an iMac, Apple Cinema Display, or any other flat glass panel display has long been a dream of artists and other creative individuals hoping to gain some added functionality out of their favorite computer. Unfortunately, Apple has yet to make a touch sensitive iMac or Cinema display. Enter the iPen 2,…

AppleCare

Should You Buy AppleCare?

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive at LockerGnome is whether or not AppleCare is worth buying. Should you buy it for a MacBook? How about an iPhone or iPod touch? What makes AppleCare worth the asking price? AppleCare is one of the few manufacturer-offered extended support policies you can purchase on electronics…

ScreenFlow 4 Review

Use the coupon Gnomies10 — good for 10% off Telestream products (ScreenFlow, Wirecast, Flip4Mac, Episode): http://go.tagjag.com/telestream Pointing your camera at your computer is so old school when you’re trying to screencast. These days there’s software to take care of that, and if you have a Mac, the standard is ScreenFlow. Used by the best all…