Takin’ Care of Business: Business Apps That Come with Mac OS X


I know what you’re thinking: Does Address Book really count as a business application? I mean, if you’re using it for storing personal contacts (like your bookie, your pharmacist, your bail bondsman, etc.), then it’s really not a business application, true. But, if you gave your bookie some Darvocet you got from your pharmacist to pay off a bad debt, but then he got busted and looked to you to bail him out (which is a surprisingly common turn of events), then it’s all business, baby. Yeah, what about TextEdit? It’s total business. Unless you wind up using TextEdit to methodically detail ...

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