Ben BoychukMacworld

Ben Boychuk is associate editor of City Journal, a public-policy magazine, where he oversees the magazine's coverage of California. He's also a columnist for ScrippsHoward News Service and the Sacramento Bee. He lives in Southern California with his wife, two children, their cat, and an albino corn snake named Bart Karateman.

Next Read for IPhone

This iPhone app by Square Wheel Software helps readers remember the name of that recommended novel.

AppSniper for IPhone

Recessions aren't necessarily bad for consumers. If you happen to be lucky enough to have some disposable income, you can take...


Earth Envi for iPhone

Admire our beautiful world on your iPhone with this app.


Tapping of the Dead: Deluxe Edition for IPhone

I arrived at a glum conclusion the other day. Should the Zombie Apocalypse ever come to pass--it's really a question of when...


Pinboard for IPhone

Years ago, a friend of mine and I managed to wangle our way as VIPs for the filming of a network sitcom. We had the run of the...

INewz for IPhone

If you compulsively scroll news headlines, and enjoy browsing RSS feeds, but don't particularly care for managing them, you...

Shazam for IPhone

You know that song? On the radio? By that band? What's it called? You know, the one with the guitars? That really catchy one?

Cannon Challenge for iPhone

Learn about physics with Discovery Channel's entertaining and educational iPhone game.


Earth Envi for IPhone

I can see my neighborhood from space. It's a bit tricky to spot, and you have to know precisely where to look, but it's there...

USA Today for iPhone

Read current USA Today headlines on your iPhone or iPod Touch with this freebie.


Cannon Challenge for IPhone

I'm no geometry teacher, but for my money, there could be no better way of teaching real world applications of angles and...

WiFinder for IPhone

Here's a paradox for you: Wi-Fi is everywhere, yet isn't always easy to find. Here's a possible solution: WiFinder by Lars...

USA Today for IPhone

Ever since USA Today first rolled off the presses nearly 30 years ago, critics have derided the Gannett-owned paper as shallow...

Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader for IPhone

Are you smarter than a 5th grader? What a silly question! Of course you are. Well, probably. I mean, I don't know you very...

Byline for IPhone

Most people are creatures of habit. I know I am. I try to maintain certain routines. I have a way of reading online that has...