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Jason Snell

Jason Snell

Jason Snell was lead editor at Macworld for more than a decade and has written about Apple and other tech companies for two decades. Now he writes at Six Colors. He's also the guy who runs The Incomparable podcast network, which is all about geeky pop culture, and hosts the Upgrade and Clockwise tech podcasts.

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Initial Impressions of Photos for OS X Beta

Will Appleā€™s new Photos app, which just saw the light of day in beta form, replace iPhoto and Aperture? Jason Snell shares his first impressions of the beta.

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Retro Software: Everything Old Is New Again

Although I own several compact discs by Journey and have been known to watch re-runs of Family Ties, I never thought I'd be nostalgic for the bad graphics and jerky animation of those Atari 2600 video games which appeared under the Christmas tree when I was a pre-teen

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Making a List: Mac List Servers Arrive

At the beginning of the year, if you wanted to subscribe to an Internet mailing list, you'd have to send a message to a mainframe or Unix-based workstation running a program like LISTSERV, Listproc, or Majordomo