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Improving the OSX interface

I saw a netcast on Democracy with Leo Laporte and Merlin Mann, where Merlin showed how uses Quicksilver, SpiritedAway, OSX dock hiding, and Menushade to simplify his interface. I gave those things a try and I really like it. It’s nice and simple like a mac is supposed to be, but when you add Quicksilver to the mix, it is the most powerful and efficient (non-distracting) computer I’ve ever used. A 4 year old Powermac no less. Actually I did the same to my old iBook and it’s now a close second.

Merlin also details a lot of it on his web site, 43folders.com, which is one of my favorites.

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