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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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!