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Looking for a keyboard shorcut? October 1, 2007

Posted by brandon in linux, mac, productivity, Windows.
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KeyXL Keyboard Shortcuts Keyxl.com is the largest online database of keyboard shortcuts in the world.
Our keyboard shortcut database is searchable by software program and covers all the major operating environments including Windows, Macintosh, Linux and browser-based applications.

KeyXL Keyboard Shortcuts


logmein for mac! June 5, 2007

Posted by brandon in freeware, mac, productivity.
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anyone have a mac handy that wants to give this a spin? the pc products are terrific!


Use Picasa with your Mac May 17, 2007

Posted by brandon in freeware, google, mac, Tips and Tricks.
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Now there’s a free download that comes with two ways for Mac users to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums — from directly within iPhoto or using drag-and-drop from a standalone application

For iPhoto™
The Picasa Web Albums Exporter is a plug-in that lives right inside iPhoto™. Select photos, choose Export in the File or Share menu, and upload them directly to your web album.

For a standalone application
The Picasa Web Albums Uploader is a small application just for uploading your photos to your web album  — simply drag photos from the Finder and click the Upload button. Use this method if you want to upload photos or folders of photos that aren’t in iPhoto™, add captions to your photos before you upload them, and search your Mac for recently added photos.


boot camp! April 10, 2006

Posted by brandon in hardware, mac, microsoft, Tips and Tricks.
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Dual boot OS X and Windows – Lifehacker



free backup tool for macs February 26, 2006

Posted by brandon in mac.
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i know i keep nagging you all to back up your computers… here’s a free tool for you mac-heads

Download of the Day, part II: SilverKeeper Mac backup – Lifehacker

basic mac security February 17, 2006

Posted by brandon in mac, Tips and Tricks.
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in light of the recent mac trojan, this article gives some basic security tips for you mac users.

basic mac os x security

it’s not just for windows anymore… February 17, 2006

Posted by brandon in mac, malware, virus.
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The day of reckoning has arrived for Mac users. Internet security firms have discovered the first Mac OS X worm. Called OSX/Leap-A, the worm spreads through Apple’s (Nasdaq: AAPL) iChat instant messaging system.

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