My name is Todd Ogasawara and I consider myself an experienced Mac newbie. Although I’ve used Macs for several years now, I still don’t consider myself a Mac expert. However, I have many years of computer experience using various versions of Microsoft Windows, UNIX, and Linux. So, I look at the Mac based on those years of experience.
I wrote the O’Reilly Shortcuts book (available as a PDF download) named Windows for Intel Macs which provides information for Mac OS X users figure out how to use Windows on a Mac. The book mainly assumes the Mac user is using a virtualization hypervisor like Parallels, VMware Fusion, or VirtualBox. But, it is also helpful to people using Apple’s Bootcamp. The book is available from O’Reilly for $7.99. I will use this site to update information in that book. So, if you bought the book, come back here now and then for information about topics like running Windows 7 on a Mac.
I’m a long-time writer/blogger for O’Reilly Media on topics ranging from mobile device technology, the relationship of Microsoft and Open Source, and Mac applications. You can find my work there on the O’Reilly author page:
My day job is as the Editor for both MobileAppsToday and MobileDevicesToday. You’ll find a lot of iPhone information in those blogs. But, I also discuss using other phone platforms with the Mac there from time to time. For example, I sync a Nokia N96 with my Mac as well as an iPhone 3G.
If you are interesting in me evaluating and commenting on your Mac related hardware, accessories, or software, you can reach me at:
toddogasawara (on Twitter)