Monthly Archives: February 2004

PresentMovie version 1.43

Check out PresentMovie: PresentMovie version 1.43—Display full-screen QuickTime compatible movies (.mov, .mpg or VCDs) quickly and efficiently, without having to go through any of the multiple steps required in QuickTime Pro. Mac OS 8/9 and OS X savvy. Nice, easy to … Continue reading

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Kernel Panics

MacFixit reports: Mac OS X 10.3.x: Kernel panics upon… Mac OS X 10.3.x: Kernel panics upon location change [MacFixIt] I’ve had this occur several times as of late, and it always seems to happen when I switch locations and then … Continue reading

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FOR SALE

Rather than going through ebay, I thought I’d post the equipment I’m currently looking to sell here first. If you are interested in any of the following email me with an offer. I’ll wait a week before resorting to ebay: … Continue reading

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3650 as a Scanner?

Interesting little tidbit over at /. about: new technology developed by NEC and the Nara Institute of Science and Technology, that lets people use their cellular phones with cameras as scanners. It says all you have to do is move … Continue reading

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Security Update 2004-02-23

Security Update 2004-02-23 available via Software Update now: Security Update 2004-02-23 delivers a number of security enhancements and is recommended for all Macintosh users. This update includes the following components: DiskArbitration IPSec Point-to-Point-Protocol tcpdump

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NeoOffice®/J 0.8.1 released…

I’m currently downloading NeoOffice®/J 0.8.1, a bug-fix update to this free software port of OpenOffice.org to Mac OS X platform. Unlike Ooo, NeoOffice®/J does not require X11 to run, working in Java. It is a good free alternative to Micro$oft … Continue reading

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384 MB

I just wanted to note what a difference 128MB of RAM makes on the 1Ghz 12-inch. When Kristin bought me this machine, I decided to leave her with the 512MB chip in my old Powerbook, keeping her maxed at 640MB, … Continue reading

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