The iMac has a nifty new feature (well, for iMac, anyways). It has both a 2.5-inch drive bay and a 3.5-inch drive bay. Now yes, you can use that 2.5-inch drive bay to house that old hard drive from your PlayStation 3 (before you maxed it out). However, the reason that it is there, is […]
This is a great case study in explaining new technology to new users. Apple’s glass trackpad makes a lot of sense to people that have been using trackpads for years. Whenever I hand someone a MacBook with one… they take a look at it and are perplexed… sometimes scared. But then I tell them to […]
Snow Leopard is out (well, it’s in customer’s hands anyways), and that means I’m finally free from the burden of NDAs. I have some gripes about Snow Leopard, I’ll get to my largest in a second. First, overall, it’s a progressive upgrade for Mac OS X. Exchange is nice, and the iPhone OS UI crossovers […]
Looks like Apple made a rare goof-up and is requiring 10.5.7 (Juno)… before it even ships. Try to download and install the latest update to X11. You’ll get a weird surprise.
Scarred and tired, Jack Bauer has been infected by a supervirus and must take on a derelict PMC, hellbent on world domination. Sound familiar? If you’ve played Metal Gear Solid 4, you’ve officially been there and done that. I’ve long talked off-the-blog about 24’s continual ripping off of Metal Gear Solid. People have finally started […]
Over the past 48 to 72 hours, Apple has issued a lot of updates, for everything from AirPort to RAW support. I just ran Repair Disk Permissions on a couple of Macs that have gotten all those updates beamed down… and there were quite a few permissions glitches. So, be sure to run Repair Disk […]
Unfortunately, this suggestion may have to wait for a major upgrade to Mac OS X, I hope though that it doesn’t. To push RSS, developers got together and designed something called a “link rel”, which is a line of code telling the internet where the RSS feed is for a web page. The user typically […]