Major window layering problem when iTunes is in the background and mounting an audio CD.
Articles posted in November, 2005
Three goals of beauty.
Despite its numerous flaws, Word’s word count feature has become an accepted standard.
More lame default behaviours in the tools for creating and editing hyperlinks in Pages documents.
There might be hope for e-mail encryption for the rest of us after all.
When you want to reply to a message with an attachment and your Internet connection is saturated, Mail 2.0 takes a long time to open the reply window.
More nonsense in table cells in Word.
Wigan prove that their current position is no accident, and the Gunners score enough goals to make up for defensive frailties.
A criminally useless new design for the centre piece in CD jewel cases.
Yeah, I know. It stinks. But it’s so good…
What to do when faced with haunted Word tables.
An idea for Mac OS X 10.5?
Rob Griffiths responds to Betalogue criticism with scathing article about Spotlight. (Just kidding.)
Text colouring can be used for a variety of purposes in word processors.
Spotlight might be a great technology, but its current implementation is an insult to Mac users.