I’m Jonathan Glassner and I started Apple Villagers as a way to bring together popular writers about all things Apple, specifically those who caught my attention a few years ago.
Mac360 – This great website began in 2004 on a small, gooseneck iMac on Ron McElfresh’s desk. Today, more than 8,000 reviews and opinions later– and now with nine writers– Mac360 continues strong with daily updates on everything Apple. For good and sometimes not so good.
TeraTalks – One of Mac360’s co-founders started her own blog back when blogging was still new. Tera died a few years later only to have Tera Talks renewed by niece Tera Thomas O’Brien.
NoodleMac – David Farrington’s website is all about Mac, Apple, the technology industry, and spiced with a bit of paranoia. NoodleMac explains why, when everyone is out to get you, paranoia is a good attitude to have.
Apple Villagers – That brings me to the latest Villagers website. I live near Portland, OR and keep busy with creative technology writing and creating code (which helps to pay the rent, feed the dogs, and keep the lights on).
As with all the Apple Villagers websites, my site does not allow advertiser trackers, analytics trackers, or even cookies. We’re tracker free. You can subscribe to Apple Villager’s two RSS feeds: RSS and JSON.
How To Use Villagers’ Links – My website uses the time honored Tumblr-like headline link for Linked article excerpts to other websites. Notice the double arrow to the right of the article title?
Click on the title of the Linked article and your browser takes you directly to the quoted article’s website. Click on the double arrows and you get the article’s Permalink (permanent link) on the Apple Villagers’ website.