A new Caller ID program for the Mac, with several interesting features, covered in my article: Cidney - Distributed Caller ID for Macintosh
Congrats to Chris Seibold, author of the forthcoming Big Book of Apple Hacks. You can order it now, and enjoy over 600 pages of diverse Apple-related solutions and clever idea (ie: "hacks") when it ships. I contributed some home automation-related goodies, and I can't wait to see what else the book has to offer.
If you're curious about the mind of a home automation enthusiast, you can see inside by reviewing two articles from Smart Home Hacks. See A peek inside an automated home for details.
I've written about the great success, and great irritation, I've had with the Ceiva digital picture frames. Out of the blue, they decided to release an iPhoto plug-in last week. Read more about it in my article at O'Reilly Digital Media.
I've finally had enough with computer file clutter, so I turned to Hazel for help. For details, see my article Meet Hazel
If you want to schedule automated tasks on your Mac, the free application Proxi will help you do that, and a lot more. See my Proxify your home article for details.