Tag Archive: Professional


Full Mac and PC desk setup of a cybersecurity professional

This weeks featured Mac setup is the amazing office configuration of a cybersecurity professional. As you’ll see it’s an absolute whopper full of awesome hardware, with plenty of Macs, iOS devices, and PC’s too. Due to the sensitive nature of their work they have requested their name be withheld, so instead we’ll refer to the owner of this awesome Mac setup by their  [Read More...]

CoM - StudioFrameLet’s face it: print documents are not outdated, as much as the “paperless movement†is gaining steam. But there is no question the method of obtaining print materials by messing with local print publishers is an unnecessary inconvenience. iStudio Publisher allows you to create professional looking documents from the comfort of your home or office. [...]

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If your company or personal brand doesn’t have a demo video, it’s missing out on the most effective way to convert visitors to your website into lifetime customers – by up to 400%. To create a professionally made, high-quality video like this would typically run you at least $ 5000, but now you don’t need to spend all that money to compete with the big boys. This Cult of Mac  [Read More...]

Videographer's Mac workstation

This weeks great Mac workstation comes to us from Corey S., a professional videographer and photographer based out of Dallas, TX who uses a bunch of great Apple gear to get the job done. Studio hardware shown in this setup picture includes the following gear:

iMac 27″ – 3.4GHz Core i7 CPU, 12GB RAM, 1TB HD, 2GB GPU, 2560×1440 resolution Apple Cinema Display 23″ – 1920×1200 resolution MacBook Pro  [Read More...]

It’s almost 2013. High-quality web and blog design are no longer a luxury – they’re a necessity.

Picturesque is an awesome little app – and the latest Cult of Mac Deals offer. This app will improve any web design by adding some serious sizzle to your images. Drag and drop images onto Picturesque & choose from 5 tasteful effects. It’s that easy. And it’s only $ 5 for a limited time!

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Mac Setup: The Desk of a Digital Media Professional

MacBook Pro desk setup of a digital media designer

This weeks Mac setup comes to us from Michael H., the owner of a digital media company that focuses on web and graphic design. As you might have guessed, the hardware is used for every stage of the design process from the creative aspects to the business side of things. Hardware and accessories shown includes:

MacBook Pro 13″ (early 2009) – 8GB RAM, 500GB  [Read More...]

Let’s face it: the more you surf the web, the more sites you’ll see that look similar to others. And t often doesn’t matter how great the content is on those sites – if they don’t stand out then they don’t get the attention they deserve. This is especially so for those sites trying to establish themselves.

Chances are, yours is one of those sites.

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Raise your hand if you’ve needed a background image or texture for a project and been pretty much SOL. Yeah, me too. A few times I’ve wandered about with my camera and found some cool textures I could use, but you know if it’s the middle of the night or you don’t have time to wander around with a camera, what then?

The “what then†is having textures and backgrounds on hand  [Read More...]

I think PDF is one of the best file formats around. I send client files in PDF. Invoices in PDF. Resumes in PDF. Reports in PDF. The problem is when I get PDFs…and I want to do something else with them.

Yeah, that’s where PDF files can fall down. PDF files are awesome if the folks on the receiving end just need to read or review the content, not build on it.  [Read More...]

As a publicly traded company, Apple submits its financial reports every quarter to let their investors know how well the company is doing. However, Apple is under no obligation to share specific financial results about each of the individual products it sells, data that it is still trying to protect via the court in the Apple v Samsung case in Northern California.

However, rabid interest in the specifics continues unabated. In a  [Read More...]