Nathan Eckenrode

Nathan is a geek living in New York City. His first computer was a TRS 80 Color Computer and he's been hooked on technology ever since. He has recently finished an Interdisciplinary Degree at NYIT with focuses in Computer Science, Mathematics and Business. He has worked in Film & Television Production, on a dot-com company, as a Nuclear Reactor Operator, represented the Ubuntu User Community at the UN and once played guitar for a punk rock band. He keeps a blog dedicated to his creative urges at http://nacreo.us and really likes using his iPhone to pacify his kids.

Manage Your RSS Feed In Mac With NetNewsWire

Manage Your RSS Feed In Mac With NetNewsWire

The Internet has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, so you know you want to read it. Of course, you realize that going to every single website on the internet is a really inefficient way to actually attempt to read the whole thing, that’s why the RSS protocol was invented to make reading the […]

GeekTool: Turn Your Mac’s Desktop Into An Information Center

GeekTool: Turn Your Mac’s Desktop Into An Information Center

Being a geek, you have the urge to modify everything you own. That’s of course applies to your desktop as well. You saw how your Linux friends can modify their desktop and display information with Conky and you are dying to have the same setting in Mac. If that is the case, then GeekTool is […]