Month: February 2005

  • Blogroll Dive 2/28/05

    I think I’ll make a habit out of these Blogroll dives. Here are the highlights from today’s dive: Michael reminisces about things from Another World. Brian gets a big deal on a little Mac. Jon talks about his hot night with Paris Hilton. Craig devours human heads. Orson tells us why making choices is so […]

  • Backup Your Mac

    It may not be necessary to regularly backup your Mac, but it sure is nice to have a current backup lying around. Remember, a good backup will only take an hour (avg.) to restore, but a computer without a backup will take anywhere from a day to a week to restore from scratch. Don’t assume […]

  • Warning! This Feed may Contain RSS!

    Most of you know that I use Bloglines as my preferred feed reader (or “feed reading service”). I like Bloglines because it’s easy to use and 99% hassle-free. Most of all, I like Bloglines because it’s web-based. That means that I can read my Blogroll from any computer at any time, and that I can […]

  • Favored Freeware: Web Developer Extension

    The Web Developer Extension adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools. It is designed for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla, and will run on any platform that these browsers support including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The extension is highly configurable and contains many powerful features including CSS […]

  • AppleJack Update v1.3.1

    AppleJack has been updated to v1.3.1. This update finally adds a decent installer, improves logging, and includes a few other enhancements. The release notes are available here. If you have a Mac, this is a must-have emergency utility. Read AppleJack’s short spotlight here.