This website originally served as the home of YourMacDoc Macintosh Help and Consulting Services, based in Milwaukee, WI and operated by Jim Macak. At this point in time, YourMacDoc is no longer conducting business as an independent provider of Macintosh support.
Nevertheless, this website will continue on, offering an occasional computer-related article in “blog-style.” One of Jim’s current interests is computer and Interent privacy and security, so watch for new articles on that subject. Also available here is Jim's macOS X “Custard Flavors” software widget.
The site won’t be updated on a regular basis, but will offer new content from time-to-time. So feel free to stop by on occasion and check things out.
“YourMacDoc” is Jim Macak, a Macintosh user and aficionado since 1984, the year that Apple introduced Macintosh computers. (He really is a doctor, with an M.D. degree.)
Jim has been providing help and support to Macintosh users for more than three decades. He is a founding member of Double Click, Inc., the Macintosh Users Group of Milwaukee, a non-profit organization. He has served on the Double Click Board of Directors and as Vice-President and is currently the President and the webmaster of Double Click.
Jim started and led Double Click’s Telecommunications Special Interest Group, hosting discussions and tutorials about computer bulletin board systems (BBSs) and the then fledgling Internet and World Wide Web, and he was the sysop of the Double Click BBS.
The “YourMacDoc” appellation dates from when, after retiring from medical practice, Jim worked as an independent provider of Macintosh help and consulting services.
Beginning in March of 2007, Jim was employed full-time as an Apple Mac Genius. His nine-plus year Genius tenure at the local Bayshore Apple store ended when he retired in 2016.
The code base of this website is HTML 5, as powered with CSS3, incorporating styling, device access, and semantics. All of the web pages of the Double Click website were manually coded in accordance with current web standards. Hence, these web pages will pass validatation when tested by the on-line markup validation services provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Web browsers that do not comply with these standards may not present these pages to you as they were intended to be displayed. (You may click on the following images to perform the validation.)
This website was entirely designed and coded by Jim using text editors, graphics applications and browsers running on Macintosh computers under macOS X.
The service that hosts this website (like most hosts) logs the IP address from which connections originate, but this information is not used to track or identify any individual user of this website.