I know, its sad. I too am a die hard mac user. Today alone I have received 4 copies of an email with the subject line “2 Populaar Myths About Female Orgasms – How to Become an Irresistible Lover” containing an attachment named “Preview.app Document”. I haven’t had a chance to analyse the .app yet, […]
I got my IPhone the day after the last post I made. I must admit it was worth the wait and by the far the coolest device ever created by humans. Now all I need is SSH and RDesktop clients for. They have VNC and mainframe/midrange term-emulation, so it can’t be far off.
My wife and I waited in line early morning the day of the IPhone 3G launch. By the time we got in the AT&T store they had sold out of all 16gig models so they put them on order for “direct fulfillment”. She got the white model and received hers two days ago. I got […]
Missy and I hopped in the line at our local AT&T store this morning at 7am to try and get ourselves two iPhone 3Gs (16gig). At this point the line already wrapped around the side of the building. We finally got into the store at about 11am to find that they had sold out of […]
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Thats right! On Dec 12th it was released to manufacturers and the 15th it will launched during MacWorld. Details are available on the MS Mac Biz Unit blog.
I started using time machine with the network drive hack… defaults write com.apple.systempreferences TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes 1 This turned out to be a life saver. Last Monday at work things started slowing down, big time. Eventually everything locked up. I could move my mouse but the OS would not accept keyboard input and none of the open […]
There are reports of an in-the-wild Trojan horse program that targets Mac OS X systems. Users are encouraged to visit malware-serving sites through spam messages in Mac forums. The Trojan, which pretends to be a QuickTime plug-in, can hijack users’ search results, sending them to websites the attackers want them to visit. http://isc.sans.org/diary.html?storyid=3595 http://www.scmagazineus.com/Trojan-targets-Mac-users/article/58290/ This […]
I just picked up a copy of Leopard and am LOVING it so far. Spaces, stacks, cover flow and the new finder — alone — make it worth the upgrade. Although I have found one minor issue. When mounting a hidden share (active directory smb://servername/share$) it mounts it as you would expect… but then when […]
I am a firm believer in David Allen’s GTD (or Getting Things Done) and have been searching for a nice and easy to use task tracking system. I am also a huge fan of all things gui-less so naturally I started coding series of scripts for the purpose and GeekTool to display todo’s on my […]