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Quickly Update Your Mac’s SSH Port To Improve Security With Remote Access

January 04, 2014 | How-To | 25 Comments

Do you use SSH to securely connect to your Mac remotely via command line or a remote desktop app that connects through a secure tunnel? Chances are, you are using the default SSH port of 22, which is very insecure. I wanted to share a great little script I found on Github that will allow […]

How I use Amazon S3

April 03, 2009 | General, Software Reviews | 5 Comments

A couple of months ago, I was reading about Amazon S3 a developer geared online storage solution at Paul Stamatiou’s blog. Amazon S3 is a very cheap internet based storage facility that can be used in a wide variety of ways. While I have not tapped into all that the S3 service has to offer, […]

Review: TextMate & The Pragmatic Programmers Guide

February 16, 2009 | General, Software Reviews | 1 Comment

I recently switched over from Panic’s Coda to TextMate as my main development/script editing tool and I am very happy I did. Don’t get me wrong, Coda is Great, but TextMate is better! On the surface TextMate seems like a very basic text editor, but don’t let the UI fool you, this application is loaded […]

Macworld 09, Rumor Wrap Up

January 06, 2009 | General | 0 Comments

With the Macworld 2009 keynote just a few hours away, I wanted to give my 2 cents on what we should expect at this event. There are many rumors circulating around the net, some include new devices, software updates, and current product line updates. New Mac Mini – It has been rumored for over a […]

OS X 10.5.6 I Hate YOU!

December 18, 2008 | General | 2 Comments

OS X Leopard is by far the best OS I have ever used. It has been flawless to me with no problems, until now. Apple recently released Mac OS X (10.5.6) update to all Leopard users. Being the Apple fan boy that I am, I ran the upgrade as soon as it showed up on […]

Possible Apple TV Upgrade this Week?

September 27, 2008 | General | 1 Comment

Christina Warren of The Unofficial Apple Web log is reporting that she received an anonymous email from an Apple reseller who says they received a request from Apple to remove all Apple TV displays. We just got an e-mail from an anonymous Apple reseller, stating that they received an e-mail from Apple with instructions to […]

What App’s I Have Spent Money On (OS X & iPhone)

September 03, 2008 | Software Reviews | 0 Comments

So I have received a couple of emails and comments from people asking what apps I have actually purchased for my Macbook Pro and my iPhone, so I decided to write a post letting everyone know what apps I think are just so totally awesome that I have actually spent money on them. I will […]

Logitech Harmony One Review

June 28, 2008 | Hardware Reviews | 3 Comments

I purchased a Logitech Harmony One remote about 5 months ago, and I am finally ready to give my review of it. The retail on this bad boy is $249.00. Amazon currently has the Harmony One for $179.99. I really wanted to give myself plenty of time with the remote before I reviewed it so […]

Awaken, an Alarm Clock for your Mac

June 24, 2008 | Software Reviews | 1 Comment

A few days ago, I reviewed my first ever purchased program, Media Link, for my new Macbook Pro. Well today I am going to review another product I decided to purchase; it is called Awaken from Embraceware. Ultimately it is an alarm clock and sleep timer for any Mac and iTunes. It is very customizable […]

Evernote, How Did I Ever Live Without It?

May 08, 2008 | Software Reviews | 5 Comments

I first heard about this program on the TWiT Podcast. It sounded pretty interesting so I decided to check it out. It is currently in private beta mode; this means you have to get invited to use it. After my invite came I installed the Windows XP version of the program which also installed a […]

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