Category Archives: Mac

Lifehacker provides the Always Up-to-Date Guide to Building a Hackintosh. A handy starting point for the future!

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The Apple Blog provides some tips on how to use (rip and view) Blu-ray discs on a Mac.

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Ever wonder how to Triple Boot Your Hackintosh with Windows and Linux? Now you know.

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Sidestep will channel unsecure wireless network connections on a Mac through a secure network proxy that you specify — a great option for surfing from a public access point. Definitely need to look at this.

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iHub provides contact and calendar sync between Macs on a network. Might be worth a try to keep different user accounts in sync.

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Grappler –  lets you download music and videos from anywhere on the web. Might have to give this one a try!

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MixTape is a Mac OS X tool for making mixtapes and mashups. Lite and Pro versions…could be really fun!

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CloudApp provides easy file sharing over the web with a menu bar applet. Mac OS X only.

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You can patch the Mac OS X DVD Player to disable user operation prohibitions that prevent you from skipping ads and other things.

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This thread on Apple’s support forums suggests ways to show deprecated iPhoto book themes in order to work with books you made in older versions that you’re running now. Might be useful.

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