Glenn FleishmanSenior Contributor, Macworld Follow me on Google+

Glenn Fleishman is the owner and editor of The Magazine, a fortnightly periodical of stories for curious people with a technical bent. He is a regular contributor to the Economist and a senior contributor to Macworld.

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How to use print-on-demand book services

Looking to make your own books? Glenn Fleishman has some tips on services to use, how to format your book, and how to sell it to the masses.

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Browser engine forking isn't the end of the world

Announcements from browser makers last week may recall the bad old days of browser incompatibility, but this isn't IE6 all over again.

Review: Compact Kanex MySpot extends an Ethernet network to Wi-Fi

Kanex's MySpot lets you extend your Ethernet network to Wi-Fi using a compact, USB-powered accessory. However, it suffers from using older wireless technology and security.

Travel tips: Keeping your gear secure on the road

Traveling with loads of expensive gear? Learn what you can do to protect your technology from thieves and how to track it down if it goes missing.

Keep your data safe when you travel for the holidays

Hitting the road this holiday season? Before you do, follow these steps to make sure you don't find a data disaster if your computer falls prey to nature, theft, or bad luck while you're out and about.

Three-Minute Tech: LTE

What's the deal with LTE, anyway? Glenn Fleishman explains the ins and outs of the Long Term Evolution mobile broadband standard.

Photosynth for iPhone

Entering life as a photographic experiment, Photosynth has evolved into a fabulous panorama maker.

How to control the keys to your cloud storage castle

Take control of your own data on cloud storage services. Here's how.

The fine art of computational photography and iOS

As smart phones and advanced processors give photographers new tools, computational photography—the art of combining images to create a single hyperrealistic one—will become easier and more popular.

What Comcast caps could mean for your surfing and streaming

Comcast is dropping its 250GB monthly limit on broadband for now, with plans to replace it with a higher cap. Glenn Fleishman looks at what no limits will mean for Comcast subscribers now and how they may have to change their behavior when the cap returns.

How Google Drive's terms of service measure up

Glenn Fleishman isn't afraid of the big, bad Google Drive. But he thinks Google erred in not tightening its policies to match those of other cloud-based storage services.

Hands on with Dropbox's new sharing features

Dropbox rolled out some new features this week. Glenn Fleishman shows you what's new with the file-sharing service.

Replace iDisk with your own net disk

The end is near for MobileMe, so what can you do to replace iDisk? One solution is to create your own net disk.

What LTE means for Apple's new iPad

The cellular versions of the next iPad will arrive next week with support for Long Term Evolution, the latest and greatest networking technology. Glenn Fleishman explains what tablet users can expect from LTE. Spoiler alert: It's fast.

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Waze for iPhone and iPad

Waze is a free navigation app for iOS that uses data from users to build its maps.

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