Author Archives: Neil
ScreenSleevesÂ uses album art from the tracks you are playing from iTunes or Spotify to provide your screensaver. Mac only.
Easily find your website’s broken linksÂ withÂ Integrity for Mac OSÂ X. This app will check every link in your website to make sure they still work!
Network Rockstar has some tips, and scripts, that should help speed up CrashPlan BackupsÂ by changing a configuration parameter. Seems to work fairly well…
This DreamHost PHP.INI installerÂ makes it very easy to set custom memory and filesize upload limits on a DreamHost shared hosting configuration. Very useful for WordPress installs.
I’ve slowly added back in some of the additional hardware I got for this machine, ensuring that everything works smoothly across the way. I also set up the machine to use my machine’s iTunes library in order to test fullscreen … Continue reading
My final parts for xMac arrived today, so it’s time to get serious on getting the machine up and running in a stable configuration. I’ve got the EVGA 650 Ti graphics card installed, and disconnected pretty much any extra hardware … Continue reading
I’m finally taking the leap and building a Hackintosh – the old Mac mini I’ve been running at home is just way too slow anymore to keep up with our iTunes and iPhoto libraries, not to mention the web and … Continue reading
This is a pretty cool approach to using extra space above a garage door for storage.
On Taking PicturesÂ has a cool series of blog posts about planning and constructing an Ivy Bridge Hackintosh desktop machine. May be a good pattern to follow…
Hackintosh Under the Hood: Post-Installation System Overview is exactly what it sounds like – a 14-minute video that describes the various files necessary to run a Hackintosh and their functions.