I’m No Wardriver …

… but I really should thank whichever one of my neighbors has an open wireless network. Because of them, I don’t have to dig out the 8-port switch or my wireless access point tonight to muck around with the iBook. 😉 Update a few minutes later: Ugh. Too frustrating download speed here. Their net is… Continue reading I’m No Wardriver …

I’m No Wardriver …

… but I really should thank whichever one of my neighbors has an open wireless network. Because of them, I don’t have to dig out the 8-port switch or my wireless access point tonight to muck around with the iBook. 😉 Update a few minutes later: Ugh. Too frustrating download speed here. Their net is… Continue reading I’m No Wardriver …

Mail Act-On

I think the true test of whether software is worth me writing about it is when it reaches the point of ubiquity. For me, that happens in the Mac world when I find myself sub-consciously keying the strokes I’d use on a Mac here at my office PC. Need an example? Let me provide it:… Continue reading Mail Act-On

Onlife

Onlife seems like a badass project. I don’t have a need to know these things, but I certainly have a desire to know them. [Please don’t tell me that I need help. I know.] HT to BlackRimGlasses.

FLAC to AAC on Mac?

All my digging on the Hydrogen Audio forums and on Google has gotten me nowhere, so I ask you, Interweb: how does one convert a FLAC to an AAC on a Mac? If we want to stay in the lossless world, how about FLAC to ALAC?

Exposé

I definitely came along into the OS X world at just the right time: Exposé is just … wonderiffic. Yes, this is me gushing like a 14-year-old gushes over the boy band du jour.

Beginning Keyboarding

I think the hardest part for me, as a Mac newbie, has been adjusting back and forth between the keyboard shortcuts I use in Windows and what I use in OS X. I’m very much one for using the keyboard as the primary input device—I like keeping my hands on the keyboard and using the… Continue reading Beginning Keyboarding