Harry McCracken

Harry McCracken is an editor at large at TIME, where he writes about personal technology for the magazine and TIME.com. He’s been a gadget nerd since the late 1970s and is the founder of Technologizer and the former editor in chief at PC World magazine. He's talked tech on everything from the History Channel to Dateline NBC to NPR's Science Friday. Contact him at harry_mccracken@timemagazine.com.

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With OS X Lion, Apple’s Macs Enter the iPad Era

Apple may be the most consistently inventive company in tech, but in its own way, it’s a remarkably single-minded outfit. For all of their profound differences, a Macintosh computer from 1984 and a new iPad 2 are soul mates. Each is the coolest, most elegant expression of Steve Jobs’ vision of the ideal computing device that Apple could …

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Tell Me About Your Favorite Websites

Every year, TIME.com publishes a list of the fifty best websites (here’s the 2010 edition). I’m fortunate enough to be working on this year’s installment—and I could use your help.

Here’s what I need: nominations of cool Web sites. Lots of them. Sites of all sorts—both practical and entertaining—but especially ones which aren’t …

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