Archive for the ‘Macs’ Category

I’ve had the unfortunate experience of having my Powerbook’s power adapter literally going up on smoke on me. What happened was that the wire inside the cable got frazzled because of the repeated winding and unwinding of the cable. One day I started hearing buzzing or cracking noises and a little after that, burnt rubber […]


I’ve had the unfortunate experience of having my Powerbook’s power adapter literally going up on smoke on me. What happened was that the wire inside the cable got frazzled because of the repeated winding and unwinding of the cable. One day I started hearing buzzing or cracking noises and a little after that, burnt rubber […]


In a previous post, I mentioned two freeware apps, Imagewell and Pixen. For more free (or cheap) software, let’s go to InformationWeek. They’ve listed some very useful applications some of which I use daily. A few notable mentions: Quicksilver: for most Windows users, this is something new. Quicksilver allows you to launch applications without using […]


This is on my to-do list. Learn about SSH and how to do tunneling and secure surfing. Double Parity has a how-to on surfing on unsecured networks. This is a must know for us Davao Mac Users because of the free Wi-Fi is ubiquitous here in Davao. Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts […]


14Jul07

If you want a computer that supports OS X, Windows and Linux, the Mac is your only choice, says Rob Griffiths of MacWorld. In his Editor’s Notes post entitled “What computer should I buy?” Griffiths intros a fictional conversation between Jane and Joe. Joe is interested in getting a computer and asks Jane for advice. […]


14Jul07

If you want a computer that supports OS X, Windows and Linux, the Mac is your only choice, says Rob Griffiths of MacWorld. In his Editor’s Notes post entitled “What computer should I buy?” Griffiths intros a fictional conversation between Jane and Joe. Joe is interested in getting a computer and asks Jane for advice. […]


14Jul07

If you want a computer that supports OS X, Windows and Linux, the Mac is your only choice, says Rob Griffiths of MacWorld. In his Editor’s Notes post entitled “What computer should I buy?” Griffiths intros a fictional conversation between Jane and Joe. Joe is interested in getting a computer and asks Jane for advice. […]