Leopard Review in the Seattle Times
Jeff and I write a biweekly column for The Seattle Times called “Practical Mac,” which means we’re writing to the converted – we don’t have to justify the use of a Mac or explain it. We’re trying to help existing users, who seem to be somewhere around intermediate level, keep getting the most of their computers.
A feature we wrote on Leopard’s most appealing (and unappealing) features for consumers appears in today’s paper. What’s interesting to us is that while we have a lot of local readers, we typically receive email from those far away, reading online, who often think that we’re writing for more of the TidBITS crowd, which tends from intermediate to advanced, and is more interested in Mac intricacies than the top-level rundown.