I’m currently building a site using a local server on my iMac at work and I needed an accurate way to test it on IE. I’m running Windows 8 on a Parallels (v.8) Virtual Machine and wanted to get it to display the test site I’m developing locally via MAMP. There’s a few sites that… Read more »
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Like many photographers, I have an affinity for Polaroids. Prior to the digital takeover of the world, we all used them on a daily basis to proof our shots before going to film, and there was something about their rendition of color and tone that seduced many of us into using them for personal work…. Read more »
One question I don’t get asked very often is, “How do I safely back up my data?” You know you need to do it, but like doing your taxes, you’re putting it off until the last minute. Unfortunately, with a disk failure you don’t exactly know when the last minute is. In this post, I’ll boil it all down so you can quickly understand the issues and tell you how I back up my digital files and why I do it the way I do.
For those of us using Epson printers and interested in upgrading to Leopard, Epson has released a statement regarding when it will be updating drivers for the new Mac OS here. Some of Epson’s past-generation printers (Like the 2200) are already supported under Leopard. If you’d like to check the compatibility of your printer, you… Read more »
[Note: if this is the first time you're reading this post, skip down to the 11/2010 update to get the most recent info.] Recently, while doing some research on producing video depositions, I came across RealLegal’s .ptx files. Those in the legal profession will recognize this format is the method not a few court reporters… Read more »
Know all those odd characters (accents, copyright symbols, em and endashes, degree mark, etc) that are so time consuming to find when you need them? Well the people at liquidcity have put together a handy all in one keyboard shortcut reference in a pdf. You can grab a copy for yourself here.
Macworld recently reported on a security flaw with Adobe’s CS3 installer for Mac OS. It seems the installer automatically disables the firewall in OS X in order to install certain components and then fails to re-enable it, causing a security risk. I was particularly interested in this story since I’ve recently upgraded to the CS3… Read more »
I have a long standing love/hate relationship with Epson printers. These issues started when I purchased an Epson Stylus Photo 2200 four years ago . Most of the issues I have with Epson’s Printers stem from their printer drivers, which in my opinion Epson has always treated as an afterthought, an unwelcome but necessary evil…. Read more »
If you are like me, you like to keep your computer updated, mainly to avoid security threats. On the Mac, there is an automatic mechanism for doing this called Software Update that works very well. So well in fact, that multi-taskers like me often fall victim to the temptation to let it go about it’s… Read more »
While it’s true that Mac OS X is a much more secure operating system than Windows at this point, With time and the increase in popularity of the Mac platfrom there will come a day when some exploit or another will be successful against it. If you use the internet (and you do) and especially… Read more »