About Dave Caolo
I was the managing editor at The Unofficial Apple Weblog for eight years. In that time, I covered major Apple releases, reviewed countless pieces of software and hardware, interviewed developers, produced podcasts and video, oversaw the site’s day-to-day editorial and edited more articles than I can remember. It was a great experience that I’ll remember fondly.
Today I’m involved in several projects, and 52 Tiger is a personal site for reflections and articles that don’t fit elsewhere. You can subscribe to the RSS feed below. Take your pick.
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Some of my favorite and most popular articles include:
- Windows 7 tablet vs. iPad
- Ditch Starbucks and work at the library
- OmniFocus and the Printable CEO
- Mail Rules
- How I learned to stop worrying and love tags
- History of the iPad part one and part two
Interviews with Dave:
- My home rig on Shawn Blanc.net
- I appeared on the Maccast podcast to discuss the intersection of board games and the iPad
- My iPhone home screen on 1st & 20
- Interview on Royal Thoughts with Ryan Cash
- My “iPad life” on the Brooks Review
- My interview with Fox 35 in Orlando regarding AT&T’s iPad security breach
- MacStories interviewed me regarding my book.
- I appeared on The iPad Possibilities Podcast to discuss my book.
- My iPad homescreen on Mac Sparky
- My appearance on the Macgasm Podcast
- Unclutterer. I contribute a weekly article about staying productive and organized. You can find an archive of my articles here.
You don’t post every day.
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Disclosure: I am an affiliate of Amazon. This means I receive a commission if you follow an Amazon link on this site and then make a purchase. My credibility is extremely important to me, therefore I only endorse products I have personally purchased and used. This site is independently owned and the opinions expressed here are my own.