Category Archives: Windows
How to install a CableCARD tuner in your DIY Media Center. An interesting tutorial from Engadget HD…saving for future reference.
How to copy a Windows installation using file copy operations. For future reference.
I might build myself a Hackintosh this summer to replace my long-serving PowerMac G4 QuickSilver. To remind myself of different setup options — and perhaps to help some of you as well — I’ve bookmarked the following links: Extremely Easy … Continue reading
pulpTunes lets you access your iTunes music library over the internet through a web browser — basically, it looks like a purpose-built web server that can parse your iTunes library file(s). Might be worth a look to access my music … Continue reading
beaTunes is a cross-platform tool that helps you clean up and analyze your iTunes library. It can auto-detect BPM, look up metadata, and other interesting things. Might be worth a look.
Every now and then, I get a “licensing has stopped working” error when I launch Adobe Photoshop CS3. So do lots of other people. There are fixes described in this discussion thread on Adobe Forums and also in the Adobe … Continue reading
atvusb-creatorÂ is a new GUI tool to create Apple TV patchsticks — in this case, a USB stick that will allow you to install SSH, some other utilities, XMBC, and boxee on an Apple TV. As of this writing, you’ll need … Continue reading
Check out the “Genres” Pool on flickr; it’s a collection of user-generated images for use in Apple’s iTunes 8 Grid View. Cool.
ripstyles.com provides analog-to-digital conversion services for compact discs, records, tapes, pictures, film, and VHS tape. Pricing seems pretty good, at least for compact disc. Bookmarked for future reference.
Calgoo enables calendar sharing and syncronization across lots of different platforms, including Mac, Windows and various web services. Might be worth a look for doing family calendar sharing, especially given the limitations and problems with MobileMe.