Archive for February, 2006

I continue to stare at the continuing reviews and developments on issues surrounding the Macbook Pro. Apple has issued some possible fixes for the whine emitted from some Macbook Pros. The whine might be fixed by resetting either the Power Management Unit or the PRAM and NVRAM. Jason O’Grady says that the Macbook Pro’s Airport […]


Today, Steve Jobs turns 51. Happy birthday, Mr. Jobs. Thanks for the great ride so far.


With every new gadget or device, the first few days or weeks are bound to be really busy. This entry will be for this week’s Macbook Pro buzz. The Macbook Pro comethMacBook Pro pr0n are now being shown on the Internet. One from Jason O’Grady, one from UneasySilence and another from some guy who I […]


The Inquirer sets the record straight and tells you what the differences are between a virus and a trojan. Ars Technica downplays the fears surrounding the new malware threat the Mac universe was exposed to last week. It was neither the first malware discovered for the Mac OS X nor was it seriously destructive. The […]


Early this week, reports started appearing about the emergence of a Mac OS X worm/trojan/virus. Nobody at that time realy knew what to call it. They just had a name for it: Oompa Loompa or Leap-A. However, Sophos would really like to call it as the “first Mac OS X virus.” Symantec refers to it […]


Early this week, reports started appearing about the emergence of a Mac OS X worm/trojan/virus. Nobody at that time realy knew what to call it. They just had a name for it: Oompa Loompa or Leap-A. However, Sophos would really like to call it as the “first Mac OS X virus.” Symantec refers to it […]


I am bothered by people who uses short-cuts when typing in an SMS. “N” for “and.” “U” for “you.” The list goes on. In my short stint as a Radioogy resident in training, I was appalled at an entry made by a radiology technician. Instead of putting in “forearm” she actually wrote “4arm.” If that’s […]