OS X and Powerbooks make life easier on the eyes

Anyone who knows me will know I started my life with computers with a 128k Mac in 1984. My work, revolving around Windows boxes has dragged me away from my first-love, and as work just sprung for another new Box, it’s not likely they’ll spring for a Mac as well. So unless I get aContinue reading “OS X and Powerbooks make life easier on the eyes”

The perfect productivity tools

The Lifehacker was reporting on what tools she uses everyday. In addition to using Yahoo! Calendar as detailed previously, I carry around a 70 sheet spiral notebook with a cardboard cover which cost about a buck at the local drugstore. In it I write down my daily to-do’s and project lists. I manually transfer itemsContinue reading “The perfect productivity tools”

Colourfull keyboard

These coloured keyboards are aimed at the childrens market. I wonder though if they could be useful for anyone with colour perception issues or who might require some added visual clues to assist with typing. The culours offer great contrast and the grouping of similar function keys by colour could help with association and usability.Continue reading “Colourfull keyboard”