MacNotables #1113: Ted Landau Sticks His Head in the Lion’s Mouth

Ted Landau reports in after some serious evaluation time with OS X Lion, and discusses his likes, his dislikes, and the hints it provides to future OS releases. Ted shares the few issues he had with upgrading, reveals his new choice of financial software, and why he’s giving time to almost all of the new features Apple introduced. Some can be turned on, some turned off; Ted talks about which he’s done what to, what new feature is dead on arrival and which are his favorites, and how it all comes together in the newest version of the Mac operating system.

This edition of MacNotables is sponsored by…
Smile Software


Links

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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Ted Landau on Twitter

Ted Landau’s Slanted Viewpoint

The Best (and Other) Features of Lion by Ted Landau on The Mac Observer

Reclaiming the Finder in Lion by Ted Landau on The Mac Observer

Quicken and Lion: Intuit Strikes (Out) Again by Ted Landau on The Mac Observer


Quicken Essentials


Air Display

1Password

Default Folder X by St. Clair Software

DropBox

Evernote

Moneydance

iBank

18 ways to view the ~/Library folder in Lion by Dan Frakes on Macworld

LaunchBar by Objective Development

Apple Magic Trackpad
Apple Magic Trackpad

Apple Magic Mouse


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