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Posts Tagged ‘Mac OS X

Discovering Quicksilver

September 27, 2008

Quicksilver Tutorial Mac OS X If you run Mac OS X, and you aren’t already using Quicksilver, you should be. I’ve been using this little app since shortly after I got my first iMac thanks to a friend who uses it religiously on her Macbook. At first I thought it was cool, good for getting […]

The Best Twitter Apps

July 28, 2008

So like me you are addicted to Twitter, oh you’re not, well aren’t you special. For those of you who do enjoy the Twitterverse but aren’t sure what the best method of tracking Twitter or Tweeting is, look no further. Here are my two favourite Twitter applications. The first is is TweetDeck, a desktop application […]

Mac OS X Tip of the Day

July 12, 2008

If you’re like me you suck at creating new passwords, which is why I’ve now come to rely on password generators. There are several websites and apps that will create strong random passwords for you, but if you don’t want to install an app just for password creation open up a Terminal window (go to […]

The Best Firefox Add-ons

June 20, 2008

So I’ve been testing out Firefox 3 ever since it came out a couple of days ago and have started playing around with some of the add-ons available for it. Firefox as most people know is highly customizable, which is one of the reasons it’s so popular. But after wadeing through many of the add-ons […]