Monthly Archives: November 2003

We’ll Closed…

We’ll Closed On Thanksgiving Day November 27th, 2003 You’ve got to love Chinese Take Out Restaurants’ announcements… Advertisements

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All Roads Lead to Korn…

The iTunes Music Store is on the fritz. Every link I click on takes me to the clean only version of a Korn album, except for links on that page, that take me to Brittany Spears (but all of her … Continue reading

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Hallo, Deutschland!

Willkommen zu meinem blog! Macnews.de has reported on my Share2Blue2th scripts. I received an email from Ben Schwan, editor for macnews.de, this morning, asking if I knew how to get the scripts working with a P900/800. I’m not sure how, … Continue reading

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Number Portability…

For those of you who have been wanting a 3650, but your current cellular carrier doesn’t carry it: Rejoice! Number portability is here and Gizmodo has a nice group of links for you to look at as you look into … Continue reading

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Printing to a Bluetooth Printer from your 12-inch…

For those of you who are frustrated with Apple’s lack of any support for bluetooth printing, you might want to look at this discussion. There you will find a link to the most daftly pointless Knowledge Base Article I have … Continue reading

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‘Nother Security Update

Available via Software Update now…

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CPUfrequency flaw: sysctl command does not work properly (confirmed)

According to this comment on VersionTracker, the sysctl command does not work properly. Here’s what it says: Just run sysctl -a and you’ll see what I am talking about… You’ll get the same results for hw.cpufrequency, hw.cpufrequency_min & hw.cpufrequency_max This … Continue reading

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