iPhone guided tour from Apple

Posted on June 22, 2007 in Uncategorized

Watch a 20 min video guided tour of the iPhone from Apple

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10 Linux Shell Tricks You Don't Already Know. Really, we swear.

Posted on June 17, 2007 in Uncategorized

Here’s a bunch of damn useful commands you haven’t heard before.
1. A Simple way to Send Output and Errors
2. Parallelize Your Loops
3. Catch Memory Leaks By Using Top via Cron
4. Standard in directly from the command line
5. Set a Random Initial Password, That …

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Rolling Your Own Online Office

Posted on June 13, 2007 in Uncategorized

I've done a lot of telecommuting in my life. My first real writing gig came when I was 16 as a freelancer for a computer magazine whose offices were 3,000 miles from my house, and since then I've worked for a number of blogs, web startups, and computer game …

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15 Coolest Firefox Tricks Ever - lifehack.org

Posted on May 11, 2007 in Uncategorized

Everybody’s favorite open-source browser, Firefox, is great right out of the box. And by adding some of the awesome extensions available out there, the browser just gets better and better.

But look under the hood, and there are a bunch of hidden …

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Hi, I'm a Mac, and I'm Your Enterprise Computer

Posted on April 26, 2007 in General News

This isn't another "why big companies should adopt Macs" article. Rather, it assumes the firm is bringing in Macs for its own reasons. This CIO article offers advice to IT managers about how to integrate Apple systems into the existing IT infrastructure, and offers hints from leading Mac OS X …

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Apple Introduces Final Cut Server

Posted on April 15, 2007 in General News

Apple Introduces Final Cut Server

Apple today introduced Final Cut Server, a powerful new server application that works seamlessly with Final Cut Studio 2 to provide media asset management and workflow automation for post production and broadcast professionals.

Linux HOWTO: NetMasks Explained

Posted on April 12, 2007 in How-to

If youre not familiar with the /-notation used for network addresses, it works like this.

Every machine needs an individual address. To keep things simple, we assign them in clumps; each network of machines generally gets a range of addresses.

A single …

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MacDevCenter.com -- A mini Mac Solution

Posted on April 09, 2007 in Hack

by Rich Morin, Vicki Brown

Apple promotes Mac OS X Server as its solution for data centers. However, "vanilla" Mac OS X performs quite adequately for small e.g., SOHO servers. This article discusses the server transition we made at cfcl …

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Hackers Dissect Apple TV to Create the Cheapest Mac Ever

Posted on April 06, 2007 in Hack

Inside the Apple TV

Apple TV is dead, long live the Mac Nano. Sort of.

Just two weeks after Apple released its streaming media box to the public, hackers successfully installed OS X, Apple's desktop operating system, on the $300 device, making it the cheapest PC …

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Intel Mac Mini Beats the XServe G5

Posted on March 31, 2007 in General News

Apple's latest Mac mini system with an Intel Core Duo processor and gigabit Ethernet outperformed an older Xserve G5 server system, according to one user who offers colocation services.

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