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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 […]

Tile Windows in OS X with 2Up

October 13, 2009 | Software Reviews | 2 Comments

2Up by Irradiated Software is a very basic tool that I use every day. 2Up allows you to simply tile windows across the screen. This is a feature that is built into Windows 7, but has been left out of OS X for some reason. For those of you that don’t know what I mean […]

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, […]

Thoughts on the iPhone 3.0 OS

March 18, 2009 | Software Reviews | 4 Comments

Yesterday, March 17th, Apple premiered the iPhone 3.0 OS software. They have really stepped it up in this release, with over 100 new features for consumers. While no exact release date is set, Apple noted that it will be released sometime this summer. A beta version is available to developers immediately. Cut, Copy, and Paste […]

10.5.6 OS X Update (Mail) Fix

December 19, 2008 | How-To | 10 Comments

Yesterday I wrote a long post venting about the issues that 10.5.6 has brought to me and to my Macbook Pro. I was having a problem with mail crashing every time I loaded a message with an attachment. Well, I am delighted to report that the issue has been fixed thanks to a user by […]

Boxee Reviewed and Invites

December 18, 2008 | Software Reviews | 11 Comments

What is Boxee? Well, Boxee is a must have application for anyone who loves television, movies, music, and pictures. In a nut shell, Boxee is a beautifully designed application that was created bring your digital media content from your computer to your TV. Whether you download movies illegally, stream them from Netflix, or even pull […]

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 […]

What is 1Password?

October 25, 2008 | Software Reviews | 33 Comments

To me, 1Password is the single greatest application on OS X. 1Password is an application that allows you to securely use one master password to access all your web accounts, credit card data, and online identities from your Mac and iPhone. It is as easy as command + |. What It Does 1Password has 3 […]

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 […]

Macbook Pro Review!

June 14, 2008 | Hardware Reviews | 15 Comments

So of you might have heard from my tweets, or my status updates on various sites, that I recently bought a Macbook Pro. Below is a list of the specs in the model I purchased: 15.4 inch Matte Screen 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 2GB Memory 200GB Hard Drive Double-layer SuperDrive NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT […]

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