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Jeff Johnson

Eight iPhone apps and services for system admins | Business Center | iPhone Central | M... - 0 views

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    For almost any system administrator, the idea of "off-time" is fictional. Even when I'm on vacation, there's an unwritten expectation that if need be, I'm going to be summoned to solve a problem. (Even on my honeymoon, for example, I found myself spending a half-hour or so dealing with a work issue.)
Jeff Johnson

Install a disk image System Preferences panel | Mac OS X Hints | Macworld - 0 views

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    OS X has a number of options for handling disk images-settings for such things as automatically opening them, moving Internet-enabled images to the trash after opening, verifying checksums, and more. You control all of these options (and a few more) in Disk Utility's preferences panel. If you change these settings often, though, you may tire of launching Disk Utility and opening its preferences panel. As an alternative-and with a side bonus of gaining one additional option-you can install a hidden System Preferences panel to make accessing these options a bit easier. There are two ways to install this panel; one requires Terminal, and the other uses just the Finder. If Apple were to update the panel at some point, the Finder method wouldn't reflect those updates, while the Terminal method always insures you're seeing the latest version of the panel.
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Apple's Next-Gen iPhone Picture Getting Clearer | All Apple News - 0 views

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    Like a stoic chess player, Apple gives nothing away, but the hints are there as to what could be next. And naturally, there's no shortage of speculation.
Jeff Johnson

Favorite iPhone Apps: Top productivity tools (Macworld) - 0 views

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    One of most tantalizing possibilities posed by the arrival of native third-party apps for the iPhone and iPod touch was the promise that some of the App Store's offerings would extend the device's capabilities-thereby making you more productive. A multitude of apps deliver on this promise, and we've selected nine of our favorite productivity tools. The apps listed below will help you manage your to-dos, track your time, move your files, crunch numbers, organize your searches, and even control your Mac. As with our favorite iPhone games and top communication tools, our favorite productivity apps all shipped before November 1, 2008.
Jeff Johnson

Apple Announces Its Last Year at Macworld - 0 views

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    CUPERTINO, California-December 16, 2008-Apple® today announced that this year is the last year the company will exhibit at Macworld Expo. Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, will deliver the opening keynote for this year's Macworld Conference & Expo, and it will be Apple's last keynote at the show. The keynote address will be held at Moscone West on Tuesday, January 6, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. Macworld will be held at San Francisco's Moscone Center January 5-9, 2009.
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The Apple Mac Mini has a Future | All Apple News - 4 views

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    Rumors about the Apple Mac mini go both ways. Some indicate that Apple will actually discontinue the little box others actually say we would see a new one this month.
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September comes and goes with no iPhone push notifications | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    I have a joke for you: how are iPhone applications and rap artists Salt-n-Pepa different? Answer: Salt-n-Pepa may be able to "Push It," but iPhone applications can't, thanks to Apple's decision to leave push notifications out of the iPhone 2.1 release. Originally, senior vice president of iPhone software Scott Forstall said that the feature would be done by September, but now that it's October, publications like Macworld are reminding Apple that it has missed the target date.
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32GB Apple iPhone rumoured for January 2009 | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Never far from the news, the iconic iPhone slinks back beneath the media spotlight this week thanks to emerging Net speculation that suggests an improved version of Apple's latest 3G smartphone will be offered up with a 32GB capacity this coming January.
Jeff Johnson

TubeTV 1.0 (Macworld) - 0 views

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    Sure, the iPhone and the Apple TV provide access to YouTube videos, but this access is not the same as downloading a YouTube video to your hard drive. For that, you can use TubeTV 1.0, a straightforward, basic YouTube video downloader. Just enter the URL of the YouTube video into TubeTV (or use the Search field) and click on the "Download movie" button, and TubeTV saves the video to your Mac.
Jeff Johnson

iPhone 3G: Hands-on reviewer's notebook (Macworld) - 0 views

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    Jason Snell liveblogs his research for his iPhone 3G review, and answers questions from the floor.
Jeff Johnson

Macworld | Mac OS X Hints | Select hidden drop-down menu choices via keyboard - 0 views

  • What you may not have known is that you can do the same thing for certain drop-down menus hiding behind buttons—even when those menus aren’t yet visible. To take best advantage of this trick, you must first make sure you’ve got your machine set up such that the Tab key takes you to each available input. To do that, open the Keyboard & Mouse System Preferences panel, and then click on the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. At the bottom of this panel, make sure Full Keyboard Access is set to All Controls. You can now use the Tab key to select the drop-down menu, which you’ll need to do in order to then use the keyboard to access that drop-down’s menu items.
Jyrki Lilja

Macworld | Seven open-source Mac apps you need right now - 0 views

  • 4. Though Mac OS X ships with a native PDF viewer, it doesn’t do much beyond letting you view a file’s contents. Skim is both a top-notch PDF reader and markup tool designed just for the Mac. Use Skim to preview the internal links of a document, add notes, highlight text and more. You can even use Skim to create presentations and control them-right inside the app-using an Apple Remote. As more corporate documents are transmitted every day as PDF documents, this is one app you can’t do without.
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      *cough cough* Preview can create notes to and mark text in PDFs. Mostly everything you need to do with PDFs. Even merge multiple PDFs.
Jyrki Lilja

Macworld | Editors' Notes | Five Mac maintenance myths - 0 views

  • You know you need to change the oil in your car every 3,000 miles, clean your house’s gutters every fall, and brush your teeth at least twice a day—but do you know what’s necessary to keep your Mac in good shape? For the most part, Macs run smoothly. But as with most machines, a little preventative maintenance goes a long way toward keeping things running smoothly.
  • Disk Utility’s Repair Disk Permissions feature
    • Darkling Sun
       
      I manually changed lots of system files' permissions, so this is useless for me.
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