Not much to report on the Mac front today. Some time spent with my wife and two cats, house chores and a couple of errands took up most of the day. I listened to more podcasts from Vision Australia and then tackled setting up e-mail. All I can say is “Wow!” It was an easier process than I could have hoped for. I was reading messages in no time.
I then turned my attention to Twitter. I figured I would look in the app store for Syrinx, the Twitter client recommended to me by Dr. Robert Carter of the Tech Doctor Podcast. I was unable to figure out how to search the app store. I quickly abandoned the store and went to Google where the program was obtained and installed with no problem whatsoever. I learned during my podcast listening that Quick Nav was my friend on the Web. It made the experience more like using my iPod Touch with a Bluetooth keyboard than ever before.
I played with Syrinx a bit and decided to send out a couple test posts. The public post went fine. Another intended as a direct message went public. Fortunately it was not of an extremely sensitive nature, a hasty apology was issued, and no harm was done. I discovered that along with finders and sidebars and tables, I really my want to explore menus a bit more. What a concept!
All in all, not a bad day with the Mac. Tomorrow is church, some paperwork for my job, and possibly a bit more time with the Mac.