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About Dave Caolo

medaveI 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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  • Home Work. Aaron Mahnke and I produce Home Work, a weekly podcast for people who work from home, for the 5by5 network. The show is now in its fourth year.

You don’t post every day.

That’s right. Here’s why.

Go Sox.

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.


  1. Re: iPhone Slide Lock Thing.

    You can accidentally tap the camera button as much as you like – wont open the camera app unless you slide it up.

    I love the new screen. I had my 4s for about 3 minutes before I predicted they would do it this way with the next update.

    And I’m left handed.

    Why doesn’t it do the same on iPad with 5.1 ?

    Great site, enjoying it.

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