Halloween, originally a Celtic harvest festival celebrated at the time
when the boundaries between the dead and the living were thought to
dissolve, is upon us once again. So is the time for stirring the
caldron, lighting the candles, and seeking wisdom from the metaphysical
The iPhone makes voice calls, receives email, and accesses the Internet, but your 21st century tech toy can also usher in relaxation and tranquility. Several applications help find your bliss on the same device that plays YouTube.
They’re the cardinals of creativity. The trailblazers of transformation. The messiahs of messaging. They’re key agents of influence in the ever-growing Applesphere, and they’re 10 people to watch, next year and beyond.
Geocaching is part hiking, part treasure hunting, and part technology. Using a handheld global positioning system (GPS) receiver, cachers track down hidden containers containing logbooks, little treasures, and even traveling “bugs.” In the geocaching realm, like the broader digital mapping world, Mac support had been an afterthought.