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Hey, everybody! I’d like to introduce myself as another blogger to join the talented team at TheAppleBlog. So here’s the quick rundown all about me. I’ll be the first to admit, I’m a bit of a rebel (I left the Twitter bandwagon ages ago, sorry!) but […]

Whoa! It's Chris!

Hey, everybody! I’d like to introduce myself as another blogger to join the talented team at TheAppleBlog. So here’s the quick rundown all about me.

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m a bit of a rebel (I left the Twitter bandwagon ages ago, sorry!) but I love all things Apple. Like some, having had a bit of Apple retail experience, I hope that my articles will provide a unique insight into what makes Apple “think different.” I also enjoy getting my hands dirty when it comes to OS X, so be on the lookout for some specialized, but fun “How To” articles. Other interests of mine include graphic design, video editing, web design, photography, and pop culture. In fact, I might as well confess that I am a bit of a science fiction “enthusiast.”

For those who are curious about my Mac setup, it consists of a MacBook Pro 2.8GHz (the new unibody model) and matching 2.8GHz aluminum and glass iMac, both with 4GB of RAM. You never can have enough, can you? (Or perhaps I’m just really OCD and everything has to match.)

Outside of the tech world, I enjoy kayaking and a nice game of tennis. When I’m not enjoying the sun, I’m running a graphic design business. If you want to find out more about me and “socially network,” feel free to check out my site here. Of course, it looks best if you are in Safari.

I love interacting with people, so please feel free to leave comments on any of my posts and I’ll follow up with additional thoughts and conversation.

  1. Susan Dopyera Wednesday, June 3, 2009

    Hi Chris,
    My question is about I-Photo.
    I have about 20 Events.
    When I open I-Photo, half of my Events are “blank/black.”
    That is, no photos show, even though they are there.
    When I click and open the blank/black Event
    it shows a blank photos with a lines around them.
    My question is, how can I get these photos back.
    Susan

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  2. Chris, welcome to The Apple Blog! Looking forward to reading your thoughts.

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  3. Way to go Chris!

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  4. Hi Chris,
    My question is about I-Photo.

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