Tag Archive: Remembering

Remembering Gary Allen, Apple store’s most devoted overnight camper (CoM classic)

It’s with great sadness that I heard about he passing of Gary Allen this morning. I met Gary several times over the years and called and corresponded with him many times. He ran by far the best website about Apple’s incredible chain of retail stores, a topic that proved a rich hunting ground, given the […]

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ICYMI: Remembering Steve, new iPads are coming, and more

It’s that time of the week again — all of Cult of Mac’s best news stories and features, compiled in one place to peruse easily on your iPad or iPhone. This week we’ve got heartfelt remembrances of Steve Jobs, some…Read more ›

Remembering Macworld, a young Steve Jobs and the birth of the Macintosh

The closing of Macworld is the end of an era. Thirty years ago, the publication was the midwife to the launch of the Macintosh. Cult of Mac has a series of exclusive recollections by the magazine’s founder Dave Bunnell, which…Read more ›

How Siri’s ultimate killer feature could be remembering

Siri does many things, not all of them as well as others. But one thing she’s really great at is reminders: Tell Siri to remind you to call your Mom on her birthday every year, and you’ll never have to…Read more ›

Remembering 30 Years Of Mac, This Week On The CultCast

128K of RAM? Who could use it all?! We celebrate 30 years of Mac and remember some vintage models of yore on our newest CultCast. Plus, Google Contacts will make you a cuter nerd; Beats music has a feature others…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Remembering Steve Jobs, In His Own Words, This Week On The CultCast

new-cultcast-site-promo-pic-heath.jpgIt’s been two years now, since Steve Jobs passed, so on our newest CultCast, we remember Mr. Jobs, examine how he pushed those around him to their creative bests, and ponder how his absence impacts the company he left behind. And stick around until the end where we’re rebroadcasting, in full, one of Steve’s most […]

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Remembering The Life And Works Of Steve Jobs On Our Newest CultCast

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Hey, you know what’s getting a bad rap these days? Apple Maps! Sure, the app’s got issues, but it’s not all bee stings and bug bites, and on this episode of The CultCast, we’ll tell you exactly why some of us actually love the new Google usurper.

And then, with the anniversary of his death on Oct. 5th, we remember the life and works of Steve Jobs; ponder why  [Read More…]

Mac Apps Not Remembering Passwords? Fix Quickly By Repairing Keychain Access

Repair Keychain Access to resolve apps forgetting passwords and login data Is Safari no longer remembering logins and passwords? Is Mail.app asking for a password every time you launch the app and try to check or send mail, despite the fact that youve entered login credentials over and over? When a Mac app no longer remembers password and login data, its often the result of corrupted keychain files. This is easy  [Read More…]

Fix for Mac OS X Not Remembering Wireless Networks

Mac OS X Forgets Wireless Network I recently encountered a strange issue where Mac OS X Lion stopped remembering a specific wireless network, forcing me to manually select the connection and then enter the password each time I wish to connect to that wireless router. This appears to be a common enough issue with wireless connectivity in OS X Lion and it usually occurs when waking from sleep or rebooting a  [Read More…]

Remembering Steve: Apple Shares Fan Tributes Through Its Website

Apple has updated its website this morning introduce a Remembering Steve page which shares a selection of tributes left by Apple fans from all over the world since Steve passed away on October 5. The page automatically refreshes every so often with new tributes from fans who have shared their memories, thoughts, and feelings on Steves passing. Over a million people have already shared their tributes, according to Apple, and fans are  [Read More…]