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PsiMac and the team of people there are a gift. I'm so glad I've found them. They are a joy to work with, patient, patient, and patient. The best.
- B.R., Norwalk
 September 2014

Thank you so very much. Tim was amazing and so easy to understand. Most helpful...
- S.G., Stamford
 January 2014

I wanted to let you know that Tim did a great job with my computer! He was professional and easy to work with. My experience with PsiMac has been outstanding. Thank you very much!
- B.G., Westport
 September 2013

Thanks for your help. It adds to the quality of my life. It's a pleasure to know you.
- B.L., Darien
 May 2011

Thanks again for your help, Joe! You have become indispensable to me in such a short time!
- J.B., Darien
 March 2011

Thanks Joe for all your help. Having you to consult with makes me think of how those who go to shrinks feel comforted in knowing that if the going gets rough they can always call their 'therapist'.
- J.S., Paris
 October 2009


It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough. That it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our hearts sing.
- Steve Jobs
 March 2011


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Welcome Ashleigh, Office Manager

I'm pleased to announce that my fiancée, Ashleigh, is now the Office Manager of PsiMac.

Our working relationship is inspired by other couples whose livelihoods are integrated. As we grow into the next phase of PsiMac, we are empowered by those around us and by our joined strength and love.


iCloud rolls in

iCloud is now available to new members as well as existing MobileMe members who decide to upgrade.  iCloud is not a requirement for existing MobileMe members – you have until next summer to upgrade.

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People don't do it.

Digital life means living with omnipresent technology. To benefit from your relationship with technology, you need to have backups.

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Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was a hero of mine.  He set about to change the world, and I believe he did, for the better.  One of my favorite Steve Jobs quotes is:

"I want to put a ding in the universe."

With his characteristic audacity, Jobs had the courage to believe that the very reins of the universe could be held by a mere mortal.

Long time Apple people may recall the Knowledge Navigator concept video from 1987.  In this rather audacious yet provocative thought exercise, Apple envisioned a future scenario that would have been hard to imagine for anyone other than science fiction authors.  They demonstrated, with the clarity and style of Apple, a "Personal Digital Assistant" able to organize and enhance your life by interacting with you in normal conversation.  The scenario imagined by Apple over two decades ago was predicted to occur in the lifetimes of those watching: September 2011, to be exact.

Yesterday, they finally made it real.

The announcement of Siri, a feature unique to the iPhone 4S, happened within days of when the demonstration video imagined it.

How poetic that the passing of Steve Jobs came on the cusp of the culmination of his life's work.

Steve, may you rest in peace, and may you get that chance to put a ding in the universe.


PsiMac featured in local newspapers

PsiMac was featured this month in Home, a special section to local Hersam Acorn Newspapers including The Valley Gazette, The Stratford Star, The Milford Mirror, The Amity Observer, The Trumbull Times, Fairfield Sun, The Huntington Herald, The Monroe Courier, and The Easton Courier.

Click the image above to view the article as a PDF file, or view the online edition of the full August 2011 edition of Home.


How to properly restart and shut down

It is important to properly restart and shut down your Mac.

How often this should be done depends upon the pattern of usage.

Macs that operate as servers – for example, sharing files, sharing music, sharing other media, or sharing printers – should be shut down rarely; whereas most Macs should be restarted regularly. Many Macs are only restarted when software updates require it, or when improperly forced due to freezes or other failures. But restarting your Mac regularly is good maintenance.

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"Jailbroken" iPhones

We do not recommend or support jailbroken iPhones. This is the policy of Apple.

By jailbreaking, you take security, stability and support into your own hands.