No it’s not because the fans aren’t calibrated (everyone’s guess). The noise is because your MBP is running way too hot. Don’t use TM.
When you rip Dropbox out, one must be careful to undo the special setups you might have put in along the way.
Trying to manage legal and binding releases with paper and pen is a real nuisance. Releases is a great alternative.
Most screenshot utilities can’t shoot really long pages. We’ll let you know which ones can.
Detailed illustrated step by step instructions with test routines and real world test results including Apple TV 3 and Netflix info.
Crons or LaunchD? Detailed review of the best helper applications for OS X scheduling: Lingon, Cronnix, Launched and Scheduler.
IT is a minefiled. The big vendors are not on our side. KISS is the golden IT rule.
Samsung smartly shows iPhones are for pretentious wannabes who are behind the times.
So for non-programmers, here’s how to get Textile editing working on BBEdit. Review of other OS X textile solutions.
Trouble with your IMAP after a server move? Here are the setting you need to change in Apple Mail to save messages properly.
Apple stay focused and are the second largest company in the world, leaving long time rivals at Microsoft and new rivals at Google in their dust.
As mobile devices get better, more visitors are using smart phones to surf. Here’s a step by step guide to quickly create a great mobile site.
Google wins our Microsoft embrace, extend, extinguish award of the month for their attack on Safari and other webkit browsers.
Having trouble with draft messages proliferating like rabbits in IMAP in Apple Mail? Here’s the solution.
How to protect your privacy when using an Apple computer. The distance between Steve Jobs’s talk about privacy and Apple’s walk. Baked-in privacy invasion.
If you work a lot on the web, you are bound to lose work now and again. Not having a good key logger is costing you at least $500 year.
How to make your Dual DVI Mini DisplayPort adapter almost work. It’s not easy, but here are the ways.
We’ve just bought a total of six Mac Minis and Macbooks to switch Foliovision over to being primarily an Apple company. Here’s why.
I just found a great little utility to test backup systems. It’s called Backup Bouncer and like the bouncer in a bar Backup Bouncer is there to keep the patrons honest. It will let you know ahead of time if your backup system is letting you down in complex ways, like not copying metadata or […]