Author Archives: Neil
A $350 Mac Killer? describes the parts required to build a low-end Hackintosh. Might make an interesting computer for the kids…
Brandwares has some Office Best Practices that seem pretty helpful. Lots of XML approaches to tweaking Office app behaviors, for instance…
This site was pretty useful to me in figuring out how to replace the stereo and speakers in my 2005 Toyota Highlander. Ultimately the stereo was replaced by a shop, but I might do a future speaker upgrade myself…
Want to get yourself off of a lot of Internet-based personal info search services? Check this out: Thwart my OSINT Efforts while Binging TV! | tisiphone.net
You can use a USB-C cable and a Apple developer account to take screenshots from a fourth-generation Apple TV. Here’s how.
Auto-play videos suck. Here’s how you can turn them off. Source: Stop Auto-Play Videos from Annoying You in Your Browser on macOS
This is a nice tool I just learned about to check your domain name’s current IP address and DNS record information against multiple name servers located in different parts of the world. Source: Global DNS Propagation Checker – What’s My … Continue reading
Ben Dodson built a cool iTunes Artwork Finder to download high-resolution cover art for music, movies, TV shows, and other media straight from Apple.
Wookieepedia has a great list of Star Wars novels by release date, including a link to a list of upcoming novels.
A complete guide to stopping video autoplay on Chrome and Firefox, both in Flash and HTML 5. Source: Stop Video Autoplay on Chrome and Firefox