I came across a cache of links I'd saved for follow-up and so, with my new de-cluttering regime, I share them here on the BoiseMacs weblog instead of hoarding them and letting digital dust accumulate.
Some humor (old but still good): the Apple Product Cycle
For if you're in a video/movie-watching mood: How to download YouTube videos with Safari
-- How to connect your laptop to a TV
-- and for possible future Boxee
integration: the best Mac mini deals
A quick segway to a (commercial, meaning $$) resource for nice professional Keynote themes
, for if you've got to do a lot of them.
And closing out, here's a lot of free software to ignore, peruse, or download: Automator actions
(because you're not really taking advantage of it now, are you?) -- free software
and free services
from DevonTechnologies (I just downloaded XMenu myself) -- Shrook, a free RSS newsreader
, which looks horribly geeky ("Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions.")
And we close with a look at what's been hiding in your Services menu item
, waiting to help you out.