Todd Ogasawara is the co-editor of MobileContentToday.com (part of the MediaBistro family of sites) which focuses on mobile technology such as smartphones, portable game consoles, and other mobile devices.
He has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the Mobile Devices category for the past several years. His varied tech interests focus on ultraportable wireless computing devices (primarily the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform), virtualization, Mac OS X applications, and open source/proprietary software interoperability. He wrote the Shortcuts PDF book Windows for Intel Macs. He also contributed a couple of hacks to Derrick Story's book, Digital Photography Hacks and Paul Bausch's book Yahoo! Hacks. You can find his personal websites focusing on Mobile Device Technology at MobileViews.com, Open Source for Windows and Macs at OgasaWalrus.com, Macs at MacsAndStuff.com and Windows 7 and Linux at TO-Tech.com. You can find him on Twitter at: toddogasawara.
Areas of Expertise:
- Windows Mobile smartphones
- Microsoft Virtual PC/Virtual Server
- Proprietary & Open Source software interoperability
- governments and technology
- Mac OS X applications
- green technology
“This is a 45-page downloadable PDF that covers everything a Mac OS X user needs to know to install Windows XP onto their Intel Mac.”— Victoria Maciulski, Conejo Ventura Macintosh Users Group (CVMUG)