How was your OS X Mavericks upgrade?
October 25, 2013
OS X 10.9 Mavericks came out this week, for free. Big draw for me was better support for multiple monitors, which has so far solved a lockup issue when screens are added/removed that I was having. So far this week I’ve been contacted by a PowerCAD user who tells me that his software doesn’t work […]
Subversion and Git Missing in OSX Mountain Lion
August 12, 2013
Apple decided to decrease some bloat in OSX and have removed some useful tools, maybe because most of the world doesn’t do development on their macs? I find that hard to believe. To install Apple’s SVN or Git you can either install Xcode and find the installer there or you can create a free developer […]
New iPod Touch includes Nike+
September 9, 2008
Interesting news out of the Apple Let’s Rock event and that’s that the new iPod Touch will have the Nike+ receiver built into it. Now I don’t know about you, but I’ve started running big time this summer, training for the Scotiabank Waterfront Toronto Marathon and I can tell you that running with extra gear […]
Safari for Windows? Why would I want that?
March 28, 2008
Apparently having iTunes installed with the Apple updater enabled makes it perfectly legal for Apple to try to dupe me into installing their browser which I have no interest in whatsoever. Even when I used a Mac, I still used Firefox due to its superiority. Bad Apple… bad!