Well, you know you're a geek when it's written all over your blog, but besides that, there are many situations in life that prove you geek. I just had one again.
Boyfriend got an MacBook today and as I'm writing this, he's figuring everything out about this new computer. So I told him:
You know what I'd start with? I'd browse Lifehacker.com, they've got plenty of tips and software suggestions for Macs.
He liked my advice. So did I. A second later, I was browsing http://lifehacker.com/search/mac/ myself. There's a lot of cool stuff there, including:
- Mac security basics
If you're worried about the new Mac-targeting worm, or Mac security in general, Mac Geekery has a nice introduction for you.
- Get things done on your Mac
Journalist Giles Turnbull publishes a plain English primer of methods, tools and resources for Mac users to organize their workflow and get stuff done.
- 10 things for new Mac owners
If you've got a new Mac and are looking for ways to get the most from it, Paul Stamatiou has a great post for you.
- The best twenty Mac apps you've never heard of
- Speed up your Mac While we all wait for Leopard to get released, here are 52 Ways to Speed Up OS X.
Hey, it would be so cool to have a MacBook right know and discover a new OS and its possibilities and the tricks and the software and everything...
You know you're a geek when you feel a sudden desire of acquiring a new computer, not because of its parameters, not because of the marketing, but for the thrill of software discovery.