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Jeff Johnson

Using Multiple iPhones and iPods with One Mac - 25 views

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    With many households now using more iOS devices than computers, it is important to be able to sync multiple devices to one Mac. This can be done using one of three main methods.
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Mac Gizmo Guy

Better Apple MacBook Audio : Computer Speakers for Mac Laptops - 4 views

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    Review specially chosen speaker systems to compliment your MacBook laptop
Jochen Burkhard

The Evolution of Apple Ads | Webdesigner Depot - 1 views

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    Apple first started advertising its products in the late 1970s. The 80s showed a wide variety of ads, some of which served to convince consumers that they should purchase a computer, and specifically an Apple. These ads were text-heavy and light on images, as were many computer and technology ads from that era. Apple ads really came into their heyday during the 1990s, with the "Think Different" campaign, which became very popular as they featured a number of famous people. Here's a stunning compilation of some of Apple's most notable advertisements from the 70s until the present day, including a few videos ads.
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    A great collection of Ads from Apple since the 70s... Enjoy.
Mac Gizmo Guy

Replace MacBook or Mac Book Pro Hard Drive With A Solid-State SSD - 0 views

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    Intel MacBooks - especially the consumer MacBook or more recent MacBook Pro models offer easy do it yourself SSD hard drive upgrade options.
Mac Gizmo Guy

Mac mini SSD Upgrade : Solid State Replacement of mini Hard Drive - 0 views

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    Apple's lowliest computer - the Mac Mini - benefits tremendously from a solid-state internal disk drive upgrade. Relieve the performance bottle-neck with a super-fast flash memory based drive storage
Jeff Johnson

30 essential Mac time-saving shortcuts | News | TechRadar UK - 0 views

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    We all want our Macs to be labour-saving rather than labour-causing devices. Yet, even if you've been using a Mac for a long time, the thought, "There has to be a better of way of doing this," will probably come to mind on a daily basis.
Jeff Johnson

Autodesk - Autodesk Expands Support for Mac Users - 0 views

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    Autodesk is expanding assistance for Macintosh users by adding support for Boot Camp for select products in addition to offering native Mac OS products.
Mac Gizmo Guy

Mac VOIP Phones + Video Call Gear For Apple Computers - 0 views

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    Save $ with Free & Low-Cost Mac VOIP internet phone, voice & video chat calling. Apple compatible webcam, IP phones, headset & microphones for OSX
Graham Perrin

clamdrib :: Add-ons for Thunderbird - 0 views

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    This is marked as "experimental". Is it any good? On a mac, is it better to use it with Macports clamav, or ClamXav?
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    @dcorking I'd say, better use ClamXav Sentry. 
Jeff Johnson

Zero-Config Remote Access, Screen Sharing, and Diagnostics for Mac OS X and Windows - Home - 0 views

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    Mac HelpMate and Auto HelpMate Zero - Configuration Screen Sharing.
Jeff Johnson

Spanning Tree Protocol: AppleTalk and NetInfo Issues - 0 views

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    When the Spanning Tree Protocol is enabled on an Ethernet bridge or switch port to which a Macintosh computer is directly connected the computer may be unable to use AppleTalk or NetInfo services. Appletalk issues observed range from no AppleTalk services, local (to this specific network) AppleTalk services, degraded performance, and intermittent network services. If the Spanning Tree protocol is enabled on the port to which a Macintosh computer is connected packets necessary for AppleTalk address assignment and network discovery can be dropped by the switch. This causes the Macintosh to acquire invalid or incomplete network information resulting in the behavior discussed above.
David Corking

25 Terminal Tips Every Mac User Should Know | Maclife |2008 | Jonathan Williams - 0 views

  • free up some system memory by terminating the Dashboard with two quick Terminal commands. First, set its default to Off by executing defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean YES. Second, kill and restart the Dashboard and Dock with this command: killall Dock.
  • Textutil can convert between Word, rich-text, and plain-text formats--and it can combine multiple documents, change fonts, and adjust font size while doing it
  • screencapture -x -t jpg capture.jpg.
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    If there's a more neglected or misunderstood Mac utility than the Terminal, OS X's built-in command-line app, we've yet to find it. In an age where Apple's $200 smart phone offers the most intuitive graphical user interface the world has ever seen, turning to a text-only command-line window can seem stubbornly retro, reminding us of audiophiles who vociferously insist that vinyl records sound better than music CDs. But there are plenty of reasons for using the command line beyond mere nostalgia: speed, flexibility, and familiarity with OS fundamentals, to name a few. We've collected 25 Terminal-based solutions for common desktop issues, because knowing these tricks is an invaluable addition to any Mac user's toolbox. And while there is no reason to abandon the Finder, think of mastering the Terminal as learning to drive a car with a manual transmission-once you can drive a stick, you can drive anything.
Jeff Johnson

How Do I Burn a DVD / CD with My Mac? (My First Mac - Help Buying and Getting Started ... - 0 views

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    A place where new Mac users can find comprehensive, unbiased information about using a Mac, and Mac Pros can share the years of wisdom they have acquired
Jeff Johnson

Burning Data CDs and DVDs in Leopard and Tiger - 0 views

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    Using the Finder in Tiger to burn data to CDs and DVDs has never been easier.
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