- X Vs. XP compares OS X to Windows XP in a reasonably unbiased and undoubtedly thorough way. There are lots of useful tidbits here if you read carefully, though I wouldn't read too much into any final conclusions.
- CodeTek's VirtualDesktop Pro looks like it may be an interesting and helpful way to improve the usability of the OS X desktop. I've not tried it yet, so definitely don't consider this a strong endorsement.
- MacWorld is a good online resource; it's MondoMouse article was my greatest hope of being able to resize a window by its other corners (i.e., without having to use the bottom-right corner). Unfortunately, that dream didn't play out the way I'd hoped -- MondoMouse still only resizes that corner, but simply enables you to do the resizing without aiming for that corner so precisely.
- Google's Mac Software page is a good list of the software we make available for the Mac. Be sure to notice the Custom Search Engine box at the top of the page that does a search over only Mac-related sites. And yes, I too look forward to more of Google's great client-side software being available for OS X.
- An imagination-inspiring article on booting an Intel-based Mac into Ubuntu Linux using an iPod. Cool!
- And, of course, there's Parallels (or BootCamp) in case I can't get over my Mac Annoyances and decide to run Ubuntu or even Vista :-)
Maybe if more Mac wizards wrote blogs.... :-)