Monthly Archives: January 2004

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ecto 1.01.0 release of ecto is here and I am testing it out. Advertisements

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iSkin ProTouch PB in the Flesh: First Impressions

I just received my iSkin ProTouch PB in the mail today (Thanks, Andrew!), and so far so good. If you’ll notice the picture to the right, you’ll see my fat right hand holding up one of the corners of the … Continue reading

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Apple Quality Control: An Editorial Rant

The discovery yesterday that the G5 I received at work had a malfunctioning logic board, had to be declared DOA, and is boxed up awaiting FedEx to come pick it up drove a very important point home for me: Apple’s … Continue reading

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Nudge

Check this out: Nudge Rainer Brockerhoff’s new contextual menu for the Finder, Nudge. [Daring Fireball] Direct link to Nudge is here. Here’s info from its site: This Contextual Menu “nudges” the Finder to update the information it displays about a … Continue reading

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Note to Other Bloggers: I Don’t Do Link-Exchanges

Hello, all. I’ve been receiving a slew of emails recently requesting link exchanges between this blog and other blogs, and I just wanted to state publicly for the record that I do not do link exchanges. If you’ll notice, the … Continue reading

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NeoOffice/J Locked and Loaded on the 12-inch…

I finally managed to get NeoOffice/J downloaded via the command line. Installed it without a hitch and although it was slow to load on initial launch, it looks to be a quite capable java-based port of Ooo and without the … Continue reading

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G5 Too Noisy… UPDATED…

So, on Apple’s site it states: Designed for whisper-quiet operation The Power Mac G5’s enclosure houses four discrete thermal zones to compartmentalize the primary heat-producing components. Fans in the zones spin at very low speeds resulting in a system three … Continue reading

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